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Feb/21

20

Osaka Scores Fourth Major, Bests Brady in AO Final

Naomi Osaka has established herself as the dominant force in women’s tennis, with another masterpiece major final conquest last night, a 64 63 triumph over American Jennifer Brady. The 23 year old Osaka is now 4-0 in her four Grand Slam finals (Serena Williams was 6-1 in her first seven major finals). She will regain […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

19

Big Three Dominance In Grand Slam Finals

By Glen Andersen Medvedev is in his second grand slam final,  In his fist slam final(the 2019 U.S. Open), he lost to Nadal in 5 sets.  On Sunday he willface another “Big 3” guy when he faces Novak Djokovic in the Aussiefinal. . I was curious as to how many times any of the big […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

18

All the sudden Jenn Brady is a superstar

In late 2019 Jennifer Brady was a decent WTA pro, nobody projected her to be anything special. Then it all changed. A colleague from Germany named Jannik Schneider did a German language podcast with Brady’s coach Michael Geserer, a German who connected with Brady in late 2019. Geserer was once ranked 189 in ATP singles […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

17

Is Osaka Afraid To Beat Serena?

Remember the days when Naomi Osaka had no fear of playing Serena Williams, in fact, in younger days she eagerly anticipated the chance to play and beat Serena and even trash talked her. Before their first court encounter Osaka said with a mischevious smile how she was looking forward to “to make her yell CMON.” […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

16

Rage and Joy at AO

Novak Djokovic was in peril of being ousted from the Australian Open by Alexander Zverev. The top seed lost the first set 76, won the second but found himself down 4-1 in the third. His instinctive reaction was to smash his Head Speed Pro racquet into the court three times to destroy the faulty equipment. […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

12

Djokovic Career Is At Stake

By Scoop Malinowski By all evidence it appears to my senses Novak Djokovic is playing as if his tennis life is on the line. He survived Taylor Fritz 76 64 36 46 62 to advance to the fourth round and Milos Raonic. I assert Djokovic is a wounded, bloodied champion, still suffering the trauma of […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

11

Iron Man Lopez Wins Five Setter at AO

Feliciano Lopez is 39 now but it doesn’t matter at all, he can still play and win five setters in a Grand Slam. Yesterday he beat Lorenzo Sonego in five sets to advance to the third round of his 75th consecutive Grand Slam main draw, an ATP record that will likely never be broken or […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

10

Hsieh is the most impressive tennis player I ever saw

By Scoop Malinowski Su-Wei Hsieh performed another tennis masterpiece last night in the second round of the Australian Open, dominating and destroying Bianca Andreescu 63 62. The 35 year old from Chinese Taipei, was in full control throughout the match, like a matador artfully outsmarting and taming a wild bull. Hsieh established her superiority early […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

10

Australian Open News & Updates

The Australian Open is one of the most anticipated ATP tours for sports betting sites around the globe and already there have been upsets. In the early going, No. 10 seeded Gael Monfils lost in five sets to Finland’s Emil Ruusuvuori in the first round of the Aussie Open. The 34-year-old French native has endured […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

8

Djokovic Needs To Make Statement

Novak Djokovic is the no. 1 ranked player in the world, he’s on the verge of breaking the record for all time most weeks at no. 1, he’s finished as no. 1 six times (tied with Sampras), he’s won 17 Grand Slams, he holds head to head edges on Federer and Nadal. But underneath the […] Continue to read full article...

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