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ATP world no. 15 Diego Schwartaman suffered one of the most shocking defeats in tennis history as he lost to a virtual unknown junior in the Davis Cup tie in Buenos Aires last week. 29 year old Schwartzman, who has beaten Rafael Nadal in Rome and reached the semis of Roland Garros in 2020 and quarterfinals […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/21

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Davis Cup Returns To Newport

By Ryan Balon Because of the pandemic, South Korea and New Zealand agreed to play their Davis Cup World Group 1 tie at a neutral site in Newport, Rhode Island. Soonwoo Kwon (South Korea) defeated Finn Ryenolds (NZ) 76 63. Ji Sung Nam (NK) Defeated Ruben Statham (NZ) 62 62. Very few people here – […] Continue to read full article...

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New Zealand vs Korea, Republic Davis Cup Tie To Be Held in USA at International Tennis Hall of Fame This will be the third time the Hall of Fame campus has hosted a tie of the international team tennis competition. One of the cornerstones of the tennis calendar, Davis Cup by Rakuten provides players with […] Continue to read full article...

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May/21

29

How Will Leander Paes Retire?

On June 17, ATP great Leander Paes will turn 48 years old. The legendary Indian is still active in pro tennis but he’s having difficulty getting matches in the ATP because his doubles ranking has fallen outside the top 100 and apparently there isn’t a long line of players ranked high enough willing to team […] Continue to read full article...

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Apr/21

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Biofile: Andrei Cherkasov Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former ATP no. 13. Winner of two ATP singles titles, the first two editions of the Kremlin Cup in Moscow. Reached QF of US Open, AO and Roland Garros. Currently a coach at IMG in Bradenton, FL. DOB: July 4, 1970 In: Ufa, Soviet Union First Tennis Memory: “Probably when I […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/21

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Biofile Jim Courier Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former ATP world no. 1 and winner of two Australian Open and Roland Garros titles. Also member of US Davis Cup winning team. Former Davis Cup captain. DOB: August 17, 1970 In: Sanford, FL Childhood Heroes: “Pete Rose. Roger Staubach. Borg, Mac, Connors.” Nicknames: “That I can tell you…for a family […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/21

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Biofile Anand Amritraj Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former ATP pro won 12 doubles titles. His best singles ranking was 74. Best major result was 3R in Wimbledon singles in 1974 and semis in Wimbledon doubles in 1976 (with brother Vijay). DOB: March 20, 1951 In: Madras, India First Tennis Memory: “When I was eight years old a racquet […] Continue to read full article...

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Dec/20

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Biofile: Dmitry Tursunov Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Career best ATP ranking no. 20. Winner of seven ATP singles titles. Helped Russian win Davis Cup in 2006. DOB: December 12, 1982 In: Moscow, Russia First Tennis Memory: I don’t remember [laughs]. I was very, very young when I started. Since I played tennis, I don’t remember like one particular, vivid memory. I […] Continue to read full article...

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Mardy Fish is now the Davis Cup captain for the United States, a job role he probably would not have gotten offered were it not for a remarkable press room incident that occurred at the US Open twelve years ago. What happened was unprecedented. Fish had just lost a five setter to Tommy Robredo at […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/19

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Warriors Have No Time For Clowns

By Scoop Malinowski Nick Kyrgios crashed out of the Australian Open last night in three sets to Milos Raonic, it's the first time the Aussie entertainer has ever lost in the first round of the Melbourne major and now his ranking could fall all the way to the 75 region. Continue to read full article...

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