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Huge Potential and Intrigue For WTA in 2024

By Scoop Malinowski The WTA is under heavy criticism from fans, media and even it’s star players for not properly promoting the player’s personalities and stories. But that could all change in 2024 because there are so many intriguing and fascinating players and stories to cover. Naomi Osaka will make her long-awaited return to competition […] Continue to read full article...

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Venus Salutes Leylah In Montreal

Leylah Fernandez may be struggling since playing in the US Open final two years ago, but her energy and attitude have made a very positive impression on Venus Williams. The 43 year old former WTA world no. 1 likes what she sees in the 20 year old currently ranked 81 in the world. “She has […] Continue to read full article...

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Gimelstob Returns To TV Tennis Analysis Work

By Scoop Malinowski Former two-time mixed doubles Grand Slam champion and Tennis Channel analyst Justin Gimelstob returned to TV tennis analysis work yesterday as a commentator for the Jim Courier Champions Tour event in Orlando. Actually the exhibition was pre-recorded in early Decemeber by Bally Sports Florida and was broadcast last night. The three matches […] Continue to read full article...

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Federer’s ON Shoes Making Impact In Tennis

Roger Federer may not be playing pro tennis anymore but his presence is being felt indirectly on the professional tennis circuit. This week in Washington DC at the Citi Open one prominent player has been wearing the new tennis shoes Federer created. The Switzerland-based athletic shoe manufacturer ON has received some very positive exposure because […] Continue to read full article...

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Canada Did Not Become A Tennis Superpower

By Scoop Malinowski A couple of years ago Canada looked in position to become the premier tennis superpower. With the dynamic, explosive and fast-rising Felix Auger-Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov and the accomplished veteran Milos Raonic leading the way, the North American nation could have taken over the ATP. But the balance of power never shifted. Felix […] Continue to read full article...

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By Scoop Malinowski Leylah Fernandez was electrifying and magnificent in her masterpiece three set, 75 36 75 third round win vs Belinda Bencic, performing Grand Slam champion calibre tennis with a fierce and focused demeanor and roaring disposition that suggests she wants (or needs) this Roland Garros title more than anyone else. As expected Leylah […] Continue to read full article...

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Looking At The Future Of Tennis

Looking at the future of tennis At the time of the US Open most people were focusing on the players who were not going to be present rather than the ones who were actually competing at the final Grand Slam of the year. ┬áBefore the tournament took place the absence of such players as Serena […] Continue to read full article...

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Emma Edges Leylah To Win US Open

Maybe the most unlikely US Open final in history did not disappoint and in fact it delivered an unforgettable classic duel between two previously undistinguished teenagers, one ranked in the 70s, the other around 150. Emma Raducanu was a little better in all aspects and prevailed with a hard fought 64 63 triumph, her first […] Continue to read full article...

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The buzz and hype around the two teen phenoms Leylah Fernandez and Emma Raducanu reaching the finals has been a perfect storm of excitement and hysteria for the US Open and the WTA. The sport now has two new electric stars to sell and promote, two teenagers with good looks, charisma, impressive styles, magnetic presences […] Continue to read full article...

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