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What Happened To Carlos?

All the sudden the heir apparent to the GOAT throne looks like a second rater. Right now he’s down 61 64 54 to Alexander Zverev in the AO quarterfinals, an opponent he’s handled easily in the past. The world no. 2 has strangely declined a fraction or two since his Wimbledon 2023 triumph and not […] Continue to read full article...

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Alcaraz Stumped By Courier In Laver Arena

After Carlos Alcaraz defeated Miomir Kecmanovic 64 64 60 he was asked by on court interviewer Jim Courier, one of my Biofile questions, which players he likes to watch. The Spanish dynamo answered: “I’m a huge fan of tennis. Love to watch every match. But love to play Daniil, Novak, Sinner as well. Those guys. […] Continue to read full article...

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Is Carlos Dismissing Ferrero?

Carlos Alcaraz will be without his longtime coach Juan Carlos Ferrero at the Australian Open, supposedly due to a recent surgery on Ferrero’s knee. “The truth is never told, it has to be learned.” Considering how Carlos floundered after the US Open 2023 with a disappointing 7-5 match record after reaching the semifinals at Flushing […] Continue to read full article...

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Becker Says Carlos Puzzle Has Been Figured Out

Former world no. 1 and coach of ATP no. 8 Holger Rune, Boris Becker told Eurosport he believes the puzzle of how to play ATP no. 2 Carlos Alcaraz has been solved by several players… “Dueling with Djokovic, becoming No. 1 in the world and winning Wimbledon for the first time – maintaining this level […] Continue to read full article...




Carlos on Facing Sinner

Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner squared off again in the Beijing semifinals for the seventh time and their 3-3 head to head rivalry was tipped in favor to the Italian who prevailed 76 61. Sinner is now the first ATP player to score four wins against Alcaraz. Sinner will reach his career high best ranking […] Continue to read full article...

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With the finale of the US Open 2023 drawing nearer, we are closing in on who could be the Men’s winner for the 143rd edition of the men’s singles. Counting as the last tennis grand slam encounter for this year, there is plenty at stake for the infamous players that will be taking up the […] Continue to read full article...

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US Open Weds Notebook Quotebook

Elena Rybakina reveals that she didn’t train to become a pro tennis player until age 17: “All my injuries are a result of becoming a professional tennis player at a relatively late stage of my career. Not many people know I started practicing professionally around age 17. Before that, I only practiced in groups.. I […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile Juan Manuel Cerundolo

By Scoop Malinowski Status: ATP 93. DOB: Nov. 15, 2001 In: Buenos Aires, Argentina Ht: 6-0 Wt: 167 First Memory Of Tennis: With my family on holiday. They give me a racquet with my brother (Francisco). Three years old. Tennis Inspirations: Well, from the beginning, Rafael Nadal. I’m lefty like him. Really motivated by him. […] Continue to read full article...

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Recovering From Grand Slam Final Defeats: When The Dream Doesn’t Come True

By Scoop Malinowski As the fourth Grand Slam tournaments of 2023 begins today, let’s delve into an area that is rarely talked about in the world of professional tennis: the dark side of losing a major tournament final and the pain and suffering of the epic failure to make the lifelong dream come true. It’s […] Continue to read full article...

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US Open Quotebook Notebook

By Scoop Malinowski Daniil Medvedev on a Carlos Alcaraz vs. Novak Djokovic US Open final: “I think it’s great for tennis that we have these two guys playing against each other right now.. It doesn’t irritate me at all.. Now they’re 1, 2 by the margin. I think they are maybe 1000, 500 points ahead […] Continue to read full article...

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