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Apr/22

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2021: The Rise Of Cameron Norrie

Looking back on it, 2021 was quite the year for Great Britain’s Cameron Norrie. The 26-year-old recorded his best-ever finish in three of tennis’ four major Grand Slams, won both his first ATP singles title, as well as a maiden Masters 1000 victory – and ended the year by making a first appearance in the […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/22

16

Brooksby Impressing The Masters

By Scoop Malinowski Jenson Brooksby almost knocked out Novak Djokovic from the US Open last year and this week in Indian Wells he slayed world no. 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas after losing the first set 6-1. The 21-year-old is proving very early in his pro tennis career that he has the arsenal and the mental measure […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/22

14

Indian Wells Halfway Observations

Tommy Paul scores his career best win by beating Alexander Zverev in three sets 62 46 76. When I first did a Biofile with Tommy at US Open about five or six years ago, we were talking in the player’s lounge and during the interview I saw Paul’s eyes divert to fist pump someone who […] Continue to read full article...

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Oct/21

12

Locker Room Deals

The Bryan Brothers made their Tennis Channel debut this week as television commentators/analysts. The dynamic duo have been a pleasant surprise, sharing many colorful insights and anecdotes from their pro tennis careers (which began in 1998), including one about a locker room deal before a final in Indian Wells. The Bryan Brothers reached their first […] Continue to read full article...

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Oct/21

6

Dr. Ivo Refuses To Retire, Wins in Indian Wells

It was widely expected the 42 year old Ivo Karlovic was going to pack it in at the US Open. But Karlovic won three qualifying rounds at the US Open and reached the main draw where he lost to Andrey Rublev in three sets. It was the first time in two years Karlovic won more […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/20

10

Indian Wells Make Up Plan Idea

The powers that be of tennis squashed the world’s fifth major tennis tournament because of one known virus case. The tennis players, fans and media are not entirely supportive of this decision. Alternative plans must now be considered to replace the 2020 Indian Wells BNP Paribas Open for later in the year. November or December […] Continue to read full article...

Mar/18

6

Indian Wells: Dudi Sela Still Slaying

IWaerial Dudi Sela is 32 years old now, ranked 97 in the world. But the 5-foot-9-inch Israeli can still get the job done in the ATP. The little maestro trounced Noah Rubin in the Indian Wells qualifying round one 62 61. Sela is one of those marvels of the ATP Tour. He has a career record of 139-188 and has earned close to $3.7 million. Sela's highest rankings was 29 in 2009. Continue to read full article...

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