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Apr/20

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First & Last Pro Matches: Andrei Cherkasov

We resume the First and Last Pro Match series with former ATP no. 13 Andrei Cherkasov… First Match: “Never forget. I was in US. I was fifteen years old and I played. I went to watch how my older friends play like (Andrei) Chesnokov, Zverev Sr, (Alexander) Volkov. The tournament was in Chicago, ATP. Somehow […] Continue to read full article...

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Pete Sampras is considered one of the greatest champions in tennis history, having won seven Wimbledon titles, five US Opens and two Australians. Besides Roland Garros, where Sampras reached the semifinal in 1996 and three quarterfinals in thirteen overall attempts to snatch the elusive major title, there was one other special tournament where the Hall […] Continue to read full article...

Apr/20

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Hitting Next To An ATP Champion in Bradenton

Our “ghetto courts” are still open in Bradenton and each day I’m there an array of quality players of all ages come to these courts which are the only unlocked public courts in Bradenton. Today I saw a former ATP Champion who won two singles titles, both in Moscow at the Kremlin Cup. You may […] Continue to read full article...

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