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Apr/21

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#NextGen Focus: Zane Khan

American 19-year old Zane Khan has made a significant move up the rankings this year, including a hot streak of winning 14 out of 15 ITF matches, two ITF titles and his best career win at Orlando Challenger. One of his coaches, Christopher Begg, shares insights about the former top ten ITF junior’s progression… By […] Continue to read full article...

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Apr/21

14

Hire Stefan Kozlov To Coach For $250 an Hour

ATP pro Stefan Kozlov is offering tennis coaching lessons for $250 an our in the South Florida Delray Beach area. The former standout American junior, who is currently ranked 361 in the ATP, is still competitive as a pro – he qualified for the main draw in Acapulco last month before losing in the first […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/21

6

Kozlov vs Young High Stakes Clash In Delray Beach

Stefan Kozlov and Donald Young have a unique rivalry and it resumes today in the final round of qualifying in Delray Beach, as each is desperate to win and make the main draw to try to collect much needed ATP points. Kozlov and Young are both former highly touted young Americans but they are irrelevant […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/21

5

So Much Intrigue In Delray Beach

The first ATP tournament of the year begins in Delray Beach as qualifying rounds start today and will feature Stefan Kozlov and Donald Young trying to revive their careers and plummeted rankings. Ryan Harrison and Noah Rubin were gifted wildcards into the main draw. Harrison will face Gianluca Mager for the chance to play the […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/18

23

Raonic Practice Delivers Surprise Scoops

  By Scoop Malinowski I had an appointment to meet Jonas Bjorkman this morning after the practice of his man Milos Raonic on one of the outer practice courts. Raonic is still in Delray Beach, working on his game with his team which now consists of the former top ATP player Bjorkman, Djokovic's ex physio and another man I did not recognize. Continue to read full article...

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Feb/18

18

Did Del Potro Play The Greatest Tennis We Ever Saw?

dbo-del-potro-mini By Scoop Malinowski Roger Federer is generally considered the greatest tennis player of all time and his record breaking achievements certainly support that notion. Twenty major titles, regaining the ATP World No. ranking again at age 36 are accomplishments that may never be equaled. Yes Roger Federer has to be consider the greatest of all time. But did he play the greatest tennis we ever saw? Continue to read full article...

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Feb/18

17

Delray Draw A Ten On A Ten Scale

delrayb Right out of the starting gate in the first round of the 2018 Delray Beach Open we have the 2017 final which was never played, Jack Sock the top seed vs Milos Raonic, who defaulted the final last year because of a groin injury he said he suffered in the semis vs Del Potro. Another prime time first rounder is Reilly Opelka vs Ryan Harrison, the winner to face the Sock-Milos winner. Continue to read full article...

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delrayb 2016 CHAMP QUERREY, YOUNG GUNS KYRGIOS & SHAPOVALOV INTO DELRAY They Join Sock, Del Potro & Raonic To Form Blockbuster Singles Lineup For 2018 DELRAY BEACH, FL: World No. 13 Sam Querrey is playing the best tennis of his career, and the 30-year-old American's commitment to play in Delray Beach Open's 2018 ATP World Tour event returns another former champ to an already blockbuster lineup. The good news doesn't stop there: 2014 Wimbledon quarterfinalist Nick Kyrgios of Australia and Top 50 Canadian teenager Denis Shapovalov, two of the most colorful and top young stars on the ATP World Tour, will be making Delray Beach debuts. Continue to read full article...

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