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Feb/21

3

Chardy Now In Control of Simon Rivalry

Gilles Simon won the first four matches he played vs his French countryman Jeremy Chardy from 2011 to 2015, but the tables have been turned. Evidently, Chardy has figured out how to offset Simon’s steady baseline prowess, as evidenced by his winning the last four matches between the pair. Chardy won again yesterday in Melbourne, […] Continue to read full article...

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Jun/20

15

Biofile: Ugo Humbert Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: ATP No. 44.  First Tennis Memory: When I started to play at five with my older sister Lea. And when I watch the TV. Ht: 6-2 Wt: 162 DOB: June 26, 1998 In: Metz, France Tennis Hero: It was Federer. Tennis Inspiration: Federer. First Famous Player You Met Or Encountered: I’m from Metz. I was there for the matches of Moselle Open. […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/18

5

Corentin Moutet wins first ATP match in Quito

  By Scoop Malinowski Corentin Moutet won his first ATP main tour match today by defeating veteran Adrian Menendez Maceiras 64 67 63 at the Quito Open. The 18-year-old French wildcard, ranked 150 in the world, dazzled with his unique style of play which features a booming forehand, variety on the backhand, frequent serve and […] Continue to read full article...

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Nov/17

26

Davis Cup Final France vs Belgium

davis cup David Goffin might be the greatest player in tennis history, pound for pound, inch for inch. Somehow this five-foot, eleven inch, 150 pounder, who could pass for a ballboy or an ITF 16s junior at Hollywood casting, is really a gargantuan tennis terror in disguise. A week ago Goffin swept through the ATP World Tour Finals all the way to the finals in London where he lost by a nose to Grigor Dimitrov 64 in the third. Continue to read full article...

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