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Aug/22

18

Nadal vs Coric: Perfect Symmetry Rivalry

By Scoop Malinowski When you look for the perfect, symmetrical rivalry, the key element is that the two players alternate victories. It’s a rare occurrence that two players are so evenly matched that neither can win two in a row against the other. That’s the special way of Nadal vs Coric, the other guy wins […] Continue to read full article...

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Aug/22

16

Cincy Open 2022

The tournament that was bought this year by investor/philanthropist Ben Navarro, the Cincy Open never fails to deliver super high quality tennis and stunning drama. Already there have been some interesting results. Naomi Osaka’s career continues to tailspin into mediocrity as she lost to Shuai Zhang in straight sets. Andy Murray beats his rival Stan […] Continue to read full article...

Aug/21

15

Gasquet vs Verdasco: An Interesting Rivaly

Tennis rivalries can evolve in the most unpredictable and odd directions. And one that caught my eye is the unique head to head series of Richard Gasquet and Fernando Verdasco. Their first match was in 2004 In Buenos Aires, won by the 18 year old Gasquet over the 20 year old lefty from Spain 26 […] Continue to read full article...

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Aug/20

23

Shapovalov Is Ready To Win A Major

At some point, someout outside the Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Wawrinka realm is going to emerge and win a major. Denis Shapovalov made a strong statement last night at the Cincy Open as he devoured former 2014 US Open champ Marin Cilic 63 63. Shapovalov showed a complete arsenal, even Jim Courier analyzing for Tennis Channel […] Continue to read full article...

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Jul/20

17

Cincy Open Plans Revealed

PLANS PROGRESSING FOR 2020 WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN CINCINNATI (JULY 16, 2020) – Further details regarding the staging of the 2020 Western & Southern Open at the USTA’s Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City have been revealed in advance of the joint ATP Tour and WTA event that is scheduled to […] Continue to read full article...

Aug/18

10

The New King Is Here, His Name is Stefanos

By Scoop Malinowski This is the week the new king has emerged. First it was the slaying of the reigning Wimbledon champion two days ago and today he conquered the defending Cincy Open titlist and world no. 3 36 76 64. That's enough evidence for me. Stefanos Tsitsipas is the prince who will soon be wearing the king's crown. Continue to read full article...

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