Jun/20

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Johan Kriek Blasts LeBron James

Hey LeBron! You asked the wrong question! It’s a ridiculous suggestion that “Why does America hate “us” … I assume you mean black America… what utter nonsense man….If America hated you you won’t have the life you have which very few people in this world will ever come close to experience! And I am a […] Continue to read full article...

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Jun/20

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Biofile: Corentin Moutet Interview

Status: ATP no. 75. HT: 5-9 WT: 156 DOB: April 19, 1999 IN: Paris, France First Tennis Memory: For me it’s…I remember that I watch Nadal-Soderling Roland Garros (2009). I was playing in a tournament close to my hometown. I won the first set (age 10). I remember exactly the day because it was terrible, […] Continue to read full article...

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May/20

29

Wertheim Thinks He’s Judge and Jury Of Djokovic

Tennis Channel’s Jon Wertheim must think he’s in a position of authority to cast judgements on Novak Djokovic. In a recent mailbag, the tennis commentator took some cheap shots at the ATP world no. 1. “For such an intelligent guy, does Djokovic so often fail to get it? It strikes me there is a glaring […] Continue to read full article...

May/20

28

Biofile: Guillermo Coria Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: 2004 Roland Garros finalist. Reached no. 3 in the world rankings. Won nine career ATP singles titles, eight on clay. Retired in 2009. Ht: 5-9  Wt: 143 Born On: January 13, 1982  In: Rufino, Argentina Childhood Heroes: Agassi. Nicknames: El Mago – Magic. Chino – Chinese. Pre-Match Feeling: Before the match, […] Continue to read full article...

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May/20

23

Osaka asks Tsitsipas what inspires him

About ten years ago I refined my Biofile list of questions to tennis pros, changing the childhood heroes question to who or what inspires you, what is your tennis inspiration? Today I saw Naomi Osaka ask Stefanos Tsitsipas this same question, What inspires you? (Yes, I think she has read my Biofiles.) Tsitsipas paused for […] Continue to read full article...

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May/20

20

They only played once but tennis magic was created

Tennis rivalries are talked and discussed by fans and media to the point of beating a dead horse. What’s never talked about though are the one-match wonders where two notable players strangely played just once in their careers, but their one single match turned out to be an epic encounter. The first that comes to […] Continue to read full article...

May/20

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Biofile: Maxime Cressy Interview

Status: ATP no. 164. Ht: 6-7 Wt: 194 DOB: May 8, 1997 In: Paris, France Residence: Los Angeles, CA First Tennis Memory: When I played my first competition at my tennis club in Paris. I played my first round there, I played a fellow friend Maxime Janvier. That’s one of my first memories of tennis […] Continue to read full article...

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May/20

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Biofile: Kamil Majchrzak Interview

Status: ATP no. 108. Ht: 6-0 Wt: 160 DOB: January 13, 1996 In: Piotrkow Trybulanski, Poland Tennis Inspirations: I like the sport. It’s completely alone. It’s up to you. You decide what you do. You create your own path. I really like it. First Famous Player You Met Or Encountered: I think it was one […] Continue to read full article...

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May/20

14

Mizuno Wave Exceed Tour 3 Review

The best tennis shoe I ever wore in terms of comfort, movement, court grip, and appearance. Mizuno describes it’s shoe: “Power, speed and stability. All you need in a Men’s tennis court shoe, balanced perfectly to bring the advantage to your side of the court, permanently. Featuring Mizuno Wave technology for the ultimate in ankle […] Continue to read full article...

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May/20

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Q&A: Michael Zheng New York Open Hitting Partner

New Jersey’s nationally ranked junior and USTA 16s indoors champion Michael Zheng served as a New York Open hitting partner for several ATP players in February and shared memories and insights about his on court encounters during his week as part of the professional circuit… Question: How did you get the chance to hit with […] Continue to read full article...

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