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TAG: Dominic Thiem

Jan/21

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Can Dominic Thiem Conquer Australia?

It is fair to say that it took Dominic Thiem a few years to find his feet in tennis’ big four tournaments. Early exits and disappointing results from the Grand Slams were a regular occurrence for the diligent Austrian before he first made his breakthrough. In fact, even when he was making progress at Roland […] Continue to read full article...

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Nov/20

23

Weekend Results

Brandon Nakashima wins Orlando Challenger by defeating Prajnesh Gunneswaran 63 64. This is the first ATP Challenger title for the 19 year old American. Daniil Medvedev defeats Dominic Thiem to win the 2020 ATP Nitto Finals 46 76 64. The Russian called it “the toughest victory in my life.” Thiem leads the head to head […] Continue to read full article...

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Oct/19

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Biofile Nicolas Massu Interview

Status: Winner of six ATP singles titles and Olympic gold medals in singles and doubles for Chile at 2004 Olympics (the only two gold medals in Chile’s Olympic history. Career high ranking was no. 9. Retired in 2013, now coaches Dominic Thiem. Ht/Wt: 6-feet, 177 pounds. Born On: October 10, 1979  in Vina del Mar, Chile. Childhood Hero: “Rocky the […] Continue to read full article...

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Back in 2008, Rafael Nadal was dubbed the “King of Clay” – he wasn’t by any means the first player to be awarded this title, but there’s little doubt that he’s the most successful and the undisputed “King of Clay,” with eleven French Open titles to his name.

One such player, aiming to emulate and strip Rafa of his French Open title later this month is Austrian, Dominic Thiem. At 25-years-old, the ATP world number 4 is seven years younger than his rival and has upset him before, as we will go on to mention.

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