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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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Anderson, Karlovic Granted Newport Wildcards

Kevin Anderson, Ivo Karlovic Accept Wild Cards to 2021 Hall of Fame Open Main Draw Two-time Grand Slam finalist Kevin Anderson returns to Newport for the first time since 2008. 2016 Hall of Fame Open champion Ivo Karlovic will make his tenth Newport appearance. The Hall of Fame Open returns to the historic grass courts […] Continue to read full article...

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Facing Greatness: Michael Joyce

Continuing our new series “Facing Greatness”, former ATP no. 64 and former coach of Maria Sharapova, Jessica Pegular and Eugenie Bouchard, Michael Joyce, contemplates the question: What were the two best performances anyone ever played against you on a tennis court? Michael Joyce: “Wow. I have to think about that one… Felt like there were […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile: Ivo Karlovic Q&A

ivoHt: 6-10 Wt: 230 pounds. DOB: February 28, 1979 in Zagreb, Croatia. Hobbies/Interests: “You know, it is difficult to have like a real hobby because like every week we are on the road and professional tennis takes a lot of time. But I like basketball, movies and music. (How about boxing?) Oh yeah, actually, because when I was younger, when I was 16, I was a little bit practicing it. So yeah, I also like it. (How did you do?) It was only amateur, I was never actually in the ring but I liked it. And because of my long arms, the trainer who had this local club was really, really interested in me changing sports [smiles], to change from tennis to boxing. But it didn’t happen.” Continue to read full article...

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