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Could Korda Be The One?

In the summer of 2000 Pete Sampras was asked: Who among the younger generation – such as Hewitt, Haas, Federer, Ferrero and Vinciguerra – impresses you the most as a potential champion and why? Sampras answered: “All those guys you mentioned have something about them that makes them capable of winning a Grand Slam. But […] Continue to read full article...

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Weekend Results

Daniil Medvedev beat Alexander Zverev in three sets to win Paris Indoors 57 64 61. Medvedev lost their first four meetings but has won two of the last three, both in finals (Shanghai, Paris). Felix Auger-Aliassime and Hubert Hurkarz won the Paris doubles vs Soares and Pavic 67 76 10-2. The champions won their last […] Continue to read full article...

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The NEXT GEN Dam Has Finally Broken

For years the tennis world wondered and waited, waited and wondered…why aren’t any new young players stepping up to threaten and push out Djokovic, Nadal and Federer? The NEXTGEN young star players were clogged and stagnated behind a sort of psychological fence which prohibited them from interfering with or interrupting the ATP royal elites. Well […] Continue to read full article...

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My Day At US Open Qualies

Arrived after 1, Djokovic was supposed to be in the new Armstrong but he didn't show up. The new Louie is terrific, sunken low, no wind, well shaded, enclosed so it will get loud. It's a very sufficient replacement for the old grandstand which everyone loved. The only thing left for the US Open to do to the grounds which are perfect is to recreate the old grandstand. I recommend the USTA dig up the old blueprints of the old grandstand and rebuild a new one, complete with Aces restaurant with hamburgers on the menu, so the smell wafts through the arena. If there is one way the US Open can be better - it's rebuilding the exact old grandstand which was according to SI, the greatest seat in tennis. Continue to read full article...

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Biofile: Sebastian Korda Interview

  By Scoop Malinowski Status: 2018 Australian Open junior boys champion. ATP ranking is 842. Ht: 6-4 Wt: 183 DOB: July 5, 2000 In: Bradenton, FL First Tennis Memory: "I actually hit my first tennis ball on these courts when I was three or four. With my dad. (Note: Interview was conducted at El Conquistador Tennis Club in Bradenton, FL site of the 2017 Sarasota Open ATP Challenger.) Tennis Inspirations: "My dad (Petr) always inspired me. I always loved watching Nadal. He always inspires me." Continue to read full article...

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