Tennis Prose



What to expect from this year’s tennis season

The tennis season is just getting underway, and there are already some clear front-runners. Novak Djokovic won the Australian Open, and he’s looking like the man to beat this year. However, with the Dallas Open coming up, anyone could take the title. Then it’s on to Indian Wells, Miami, clay season, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, and finally, the U.S Open. So who will come out on top? It’s anyone’s guess, but one thing is for sure- it’s going to be an exciting and possibly historic year for pro tennis!

Djokovic Won The Australian Grand Slam Open

The 2023 tennis season already has fans on the edge of their seats due to Novak Djokovic’s persevering victory with an injury at the Australian Grand Slam Open. This victory marks his 10th Australian Open title, enabling him to return to the number 1 seed.

There are still several major events left in the season, such as Dallas Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, and U.S Open, that could potentially see an unexpected winner come home with the trophy. This shows just how unpredictable this year’s ATP World Tour in 2023 could be and hints towards some hard-fought clashes ahead – so keep your eyes wide open for all Tennis updates as the year unfolds!

The Next Major Tournament Is The Dallas Open

Set to begin in just a couple of days, The Dallas Open is a microcosm of a thrilling resemblance of what to expect further in this ATP season. With so much talent on the courts, we can expect some passionate rallies and unrivaled power shots throughout the tournament.  Top professional players from around the world will be entering the tournament – including Taylor Fritz, John Isner, Frances Tiafoe, Reilly Opelka, Denis Shapovalov, Jenson Brooksby, Miomir Kecmanovic, JJ Wolf, Brandon Nakashima, Jiri Lehecka, Jack Sock and Mackenzie McDonald – it’s sure to be an intriguing event for spectators everywhere. 

Roland Garros Is The Next Grand Slam

Roland Garros, the second tennis grand slam of the year, is barreling ahead toward its opening in late May. The clay courts at Roland Garros mean that the biggest story to look out for is whether Rafael Nadal can continue to dominate the tournament. Even after dropping out of the top 5, he still has an impressive 14 French Open titles to his name.

It’s always a thrill to watch players battle it out during a grand slam tournament, and this season promises to be no different, with potential surprise wins from some of the young stars making their debut, like we saw last year with Carlos Alcaraz. One thing is for sure, with so many incredible players competing and capable of winning – Casper Ruud, Nick Kyrgios, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Tommy Paul, Sebi Korda, Roland Garros will be an event that should not be missed.

Wimbledon, The Most Esteemed Grand Slam

Wimbledon has been taking place annually since 1877 and is the oldest grand slam tournament of all four grand slams. Its prestige and tradition make it one of the most beloved tournaments in the world and a favorite for many players, both veterans and newcomers alike.

With its spectacular grass courts at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, thousands of people flock to Wimbledon to watch some of the best tennis games unfold. The atmosphere during Wimbledon is electric, with fans from around the world cheering on their favorite players competing for one of the highest honors in tennis: winning a Wimbledon title.

The U.S Open Is The Last Grand Slam Of The Year

The U.S Open is always an exciting event, but this year it will be even more special. It will mark the conclusion of a season sure to be full of displays of skill and hard work from the players on the ATP tour. The tournament will most likely draw out extraordinary performances from some of the brightest stars in tennis, with the off-season looming.

With Djokovic starting the year off strong by winning the Australian Grand Slam Open, it remains to be seen who will take home the title for Dallas Open. Roland Garros will be a hard-fought tournament, and Wimbledon always is the pinnacle highlight of the year. Last but not least is the U.S. Open, which is sure to be an exciting event. Be sure to keep up with all the action this ATP season, as well as the latest tennis odds!

· · · · ·


  • catherine · February 5, 2023 at 5:59 am

    Once again – no WTA ? I’m sure one or two tennis followers might be interested. Not to mention the placing of bets.

    In Thailand I noticed Andreescu playing well until, guess what, she retired with a shoulder injury. Two steps forward and one step back seems the pattern for Bianca.

  • Scoop Malinowski · February 5, 2023 at 8:24 am

    Catherine, there will be another article focusing on wta season – equality. Was Bibi really hurt? Or was she losing and played the fake injury card? Alycia Parks is breaking out.

  • catherine · February 5, 2023 at 11:56 am

    Alycia en route to beating Garcia in Lyons but even if she misses she’s done well. The WTA must be ecstatic – exit Naomi and enter Alycia. Has Coco missed the bus ?

    Bianca’s injury probably genuine. Not sure if she’s fully fit. She could lose a little weight. I can’t see her as a GS challenger now sorry to say.

    Word is that as things are, Russia/Belarus players will not be at W’don.

  • catherine · February 5, 2023 at 12:02 pm

    Yup. Alycia does it, 7-6 7-5.

    Swiatek must be feeling like veteran 🙂

  • Scoop Malinowski · February 5, 2023 at 2:28 pm

    Catherine, Bibi looks SUPER FIT, she can’t lose anymore pounds, that’s her body type. I doubt the injury, bet she plays the next tournament. Parks has come up the hard way quietly without fanfare, her future looks bright. She caught our eyes at US Open qualies last year, won the first set big then lost a close second set. But she showed the flash of brilliance. She’s gained experience and got comfortable at the top level. ALso what I remember is seeing her after the tough loss, being nice and signing and taking pictures with all fans black and white. Nice girl, champion material.

  • Scoop Malinowski · February 5, 2023 at 3:04 pm

    As expected, Bibi says she will be ready to play Abu Dhabi in a few days. Looks like a fake injury to protect her ego/image.

  • Cory · February 6, 2023 at 12:00 am

    Alycia Parks is the real deal. Been following her since 2020 when she was playing shit tournaments during covid restrictions. She’s gonna be inside the top 20 i think. Her backhand very nice. Strong service

  • catherine · February 6, 2023 at 3:35 am

    I’d just call it a strategic withdrawal, Scoop. They all do that. Bianca’s had so many things wrong I’m surprised she can locate them in her body.

    Parks’ serve is outrageous. Cue lots of women on the practice court working on their returns. Her height at 6’1″ doesn’t hurt either.

  • Scoop Malinowski · February 6, 2023 at 8:23 am

    Cory, I will one up you, Parks can win a major. If Emma could do it, why can’t Alycia? Emma changed the game. Anybody can come out of the woodwork and win a grand slam.

  • Scoop Malinowski · February 6, 2023 at 8:24 am

    Catherine, maybe half the things Bibi said were wrong with her body really weren’t, she just concocted them to protect her ego and image. If one injury was faked, they all are suspect. I’m sure she had some aches and pains and what not, but some surely were faked.



Find it!

Copyright 2010
To top