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Oct/23

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Biofile Franklin Biboussi

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Davis Cup player for Republic of Congo. Ht: 5-10 Wt: 160 Age: 36. Current Residence: Hackensack, NJ First Tennis Memory: I started to hold the racquet until I started playing. That’s what motivated me to play tennis. Why Do You Love Tennis: I liked it because I saw people playing and it […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/23

21

Biofile of Myself

First memory of tennis: Parents telling me and my brother to ask Chris Evert for her autograph as she was sitting in our Boston hotel lobby on a couch. She was so nice she became an early crush and years later began watching her play on TV which inspired me to want to play. In […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/23

12

QA David Shaftel of Racquet Mag

Before the US Open I was invited by Miguel Seabra to a Racquet Magazine event with Maurice De Mauriac watches on Rockefeller Center rooftop. The latest issue of Racquet, on display at the party, featured an unexpected cover story – Anand Amritraj, a former Indian tennis great from the 1970s. I thought to myself what […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/23

10

“The Best 11 Days Of My Career,” Jimmy Connors

The Arthur Ashe Stadium roof stopped the rain delay tributes for Jimmy Connors 1991 US Open magical but we won’t… Here are the highlights of Jimmy Connors greatest 11 days of his career… Continue to read full article...

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Apr/23

29

Hsieh Returns With Win In Madrid

Su-Wei Hsieh hadn’t played a pro match since the WTA Finals in doubles in Guadalajara in November 2021 but the long hiatus had little effect as she and partner Barbora Strycova beat the Chan sisters Laticia and Angel, 16 62 10-3 in their first match encounter at Mutua Madrid Open. Match point was Strycova serving […] Continue to read full article...

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Apr/23

5

Stagnated Sock Still Stuck In Fourth Year Of Comeback

Jack Sock came to Houston this week as a wildcard, desperate for a win or two or three to salvage his stagnated singles career and he seemingly had a good draw with qualifier Tomas Machac as his first round opponent But in the first night match on stadium court Sock was not up for the […] Continue to read full article...

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Apr/23

4

Biofile Jimmy Connors Interview

This interview is presented by www.onlinecasinosnoop.com By Scoop Malinowski Status:¬† Former ATP world no. 1 for 160 consecutive weeks¬† and 268 weeks overall. Won eight Grand Slams. Hold three ATP records – 109 titles, 1557 matches and 1274 match wins. Also won 16 doubles titles, two doubles majors and Davis Cup 1981. Retired in 1996. […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/23

13

Big Foe Now An ATP Elite

Frances Tiafoe is a bonafide ATP star now, a consistent elite performer. The 25 year old who turned pro in 2015 is now ranked 16 in the world (his best was 14 last month). After a few years of stagnation Tiafoe has clearly improved under coach Wayne Ferreira, a former top ten ATP player himself. […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/23

8

Tsitsipas Artistic Vibes Remind Of Vilas

Guillermo Vilas was once called “the reluctant tennis champion” by an Esquire magazine 1978 cover story in part because of his inherent artistic inclinations, which included dabbling in music, writing and poetry. Now another new Vilas type personality has emerged on the ATP World Tour because of his diverse interests outside the tennis universe – […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/23

12

Grand Slam Win Percentage Stats

Another marker that trumpets Novak Djokovic as the greatest champion of tennis history… Top three best winning percentage at each of the four Grand Slams… Australian Open91.8% Djokovic90.6% Agassi88.5% Vilas Roland Garros97.4% Nadal96.1% Borg84.2% Djokovic Wimbledon92.7% Borg90.0% Sampras89.6% Djokovic US Open88.8% Sampras86.4% Federer86.2% Djokovic Continue to read full article...

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