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By Johan Kriek Waiting to watch the Dimitrov versus Sinner final at the Miami Open…. Just thinking back to the times I played at Key Biscayne etc. and listening to the “Fanduel” ad even spouted by the commentator on TV. Amazing…. How far we have come.. or fallen. The betting companies never came close to […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile Venus Williams Interview 1997

(Note: This Biofile was done at the WTA Finals at Madison Square Garden where Venus was invited to attend for publicity reasons but was not ranked high enough to compete yet.) By Scoop Malinowski Status: Currently ranked 467. Has won Wimbledon five times and US Open twice. Also won fourteen Grand Slam doubles titles and […] Continue to read full article...

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Zane Khan Progress Report

The latest news and info about American Zane Khan, the 19 year old ATP world no. 405, who won two rounds at US Open qualies and barely lost the third to Donskoy in a three set marathon, from coach Christopher Begg… By Christopher Begg New York and Injury It has been almost four months now […] Continue to read full article...

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Hire Stefan Kozlov To Coach For $250 an Hour

ATP pro Stefan Kozlov is offering tennis coaching lessons for $250 an our in the South Florida Delray Beach area. The former standout American junior, who is currently ranked 361 in the ATP, is still competitive as a pro – he qualified for the main draw in Acapulco last month before losing in the first […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile: Ernesto Escobedo Interview

Status: ATP no. 181. Ht: 6-1 Wt: 175 DOB: July 4, 1996 In: Los Angeles, CA First Tennis Memory: Probably have to be playing tennis across the street from my house when I was four or five years old. Me and my mom would go out every day and hit on the wall for like […] Continue to read full article...

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Kenin Dominates at AO 2020

By Jayita A. Belcourt Sofia Kenin is not your average tennis player. And in tonight’s Australian Open Final against two-time major champion Garbine Muguruza, the world was able to see just why. Yes sure, this talented 21-year old has always been feisty and determined to win like most other rising stars – but what sets […] Continue to read full article...

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By Dominic Mahboubi On August 30, 2012, a 30 year-old Andy Roddick dealt American tennis a major and unexpected blow when he announced his sudden retirement at a U.S. Open press conference. Since then, it has become commonplace to hear commentators and broadcasters alike, promoting many up-and-coming American juniors and sharing their stories while they are still adolescents in obscurity. “Not for long!,” they say, “soon he will be among the greats, and you will only be able to catch him on Ashe!” Continue to read full article...

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