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Agony And Ecstacy At St Pete Senior Tournament

The Agony… The level of players at the Level 2: 2024 Raymond James West Coast Super Senior Grand Prix at St Petersburg Tennis Center is astounding. No matter how good you are or think you are, you could face an opponent that can wipe you off the court, fast. I lost in the first round of […] Continue to read full article...

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What a difference a year makes

Last April Arthur Fils lost in qualies at the Sarasota Open and Daniel Elahi Galan won the title vs. Steve Johnson in the final. But the two players have taken different courses over the last year. About a year later Fils and Galan met in the first round of Hamburg and it was Fils who […] Continue to read full article...

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The absence of Gael Monfils, a prominent figure in the world of tennis, from the 2023 Wimbledon Championships has left fans and tennis enthusiasts wondering about the reasons behind his non-participation. With him out of the picture, some were left wondering what are the best Iowa sports betting promos to make the most of that […] Continue to read full article...

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Gasquet Smashes Racquet!

Richard Gasquet turned pro in 2002 and I have watched probably well over 50, maybe nearly 100 of his ATP matches on TV and live at Miami Open, US Open and Washington DC. Today the veteran Frenchman did something I have never seen him do before – he smashed his Head racquet at Internazionali d’Italia […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile Lucas Pouille Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: ATP no. 454. Winner of five ATP singles titles. Best ranking was no. 10 in 2018. In 2017 he won three titles on three different surfaces – Budapest clay, Stuttgart grass and Vienna indoor hard court. Ht: 6-1 Wt: 179 DOB: February 23, 1994 In: Grand-Synthe, France First Tennis Memory: The […] Continue to read full article...

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Champion Gasquet Reigns Supreme Again

By Scoop Malinowski Richard Gasquet has won sixteen ATP singles titles in his pro tennis career but today’s title in Auckland surprised even himself. Gasquet somehow found a way to dig out of a 0-3, love-40 deficit to defeat Cam Norrie 46 64 64. Gasquet had last won an ATP title in 2018. The 36 […] Continue to read full article...

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Hopman Cup Resurrected

The Harry Hopman Cup was a successful international eight-nation invitational combined exhibition event staged in Western Australia from 1989-2019. But it was replaced on the pro tennis calendar in 2019 by ATP Cup, which was subsequently cancelled in August 2022 and replaced by a new January mixed gender team event called United Cup which will […] Continue to read full article...

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Paire Begins Comeback In Rennes

Benoit Paire has fallen to an ATP ranking of 176 on account of his 4-22 ATP match record this year, with two of those wins coming in January at the Australian Open. Now the 33 year old former world no. 18 is attempting to resurrect his career from ruin at this week’s Rennes Challenger, where […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile Benjamin Bonzi Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: ATP no. 50. DOB: June 9, 1996 In: Nimes, France Ht: 6-0 Wt: 180 First Tennis Memory: My cousin Alexander was playing before me. He was a bit older. The club was near my house, like maybe 500 meters. So I was always seeing him playing, so I wanted to play […] Continue to read full article...

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Paire Ends 7 Match Losing Streak at Citi Open

Benoit Paire has suffered through two dreadful ATP seasons in a row. This year before Citi Open, the 33 year old Paire owned a 3-19 record and lost first round in seven straight tournaments. His last win was in Geneva vs. Emil Ruusuvuori 64 46 75. That was in late May. Today, Paire played another […] Continue to read full article...

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