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Jun/24

23

Historic Day For Paul At Queens

By Scoop Malinowski Tommy Paul beat Lorenzo Musetti 61 76 to win the biggest title of his career at Queens Club. The 27 year old American’s first grass title is his third overall and it will ascend his ranking to no. 12 in the world next week, surpassing Taylor Fritz as the highest ranked American […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/24

16

Experts Analyze If Coco Is Overrated

I asked several former professional players if they think Coco Gauff, if you strip away all the excessive hype and promotion, is overrated and basically on the same level as Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys, Sofia Kenin and Danielle Collins? The query elicited some interesting responses in favor of the 20 year old 2023 US Open […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/24

16

Is Coco Overrated and Overhyped?

If you strip away all the excessive hype and promotion of Coco Gauff, is she really much better than Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys, Sofia Kenin or Danielle Collins? Yes, Coco Gauff is a very exciting, flamboyant player who wins a lot of matches in singles and doubles. She’s in the top five of the rankings […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/24

10

Looks Like Bouchard Has Quit Tennis

After over a half decade of mediocre results, it looks like former Wimbledon finalist and WTA top 5 player has decided to give up on tennis. Bouchard has not played a professional tennis tournament since WTA Guadalajara in Mexico in September 2023, where she beat Renata Zarazua in the first round 61 76 but then […] Continue to read full article...

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Dec/23

8

Cocomania Hits The Jackpot

Coco Gauff is officially the world’s highest-paid female athlete after earning $23 million in 2023, according to Sportico. An estimated $16m of her $22.7m earnings came from endorsement deals alone. The 19 year old 2022 US Open champion has won six overall WTA singles titles and eight more in doubles. She beat WTA world no. […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/23

9

Coco Wins US Open

Defense wins championships and offense makes highlight reels. Coco Gauff used her supreme defensive skills to overcome Aryna Sabalenka from a set down 26 63 62 to become the 2023 US Open champion. The 19 year old capped off her dream summer with the three biggest titles of her life – Washington, Cincinnati and today […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/23

2

Kid In Crowd Contributes To Tommy Paul’s US Open Success

By Scoop Malinowski American star Tommy Paul got some additional coaching and motivational assistance the other night from an unlikely, unexpected source – a kid sitting in the front row on court 17. The ATP world no 14 was down two sets to love to Roman Safiullin in the second round but eventually prevailed 36 […] Continue to read full article...

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Jul/23

31

Team Coco Makes Coaching Change

Coco Gauff’s stagnated singles career may get a spark from a familiar coaching figure. Gauff, who has underperformed with mediocre results in singles this summer, is now being coached by Brad Gilbert this week at the Mubadala Citi Open in Washington DC. Gauff minimized the situation by saying Gilbert is just “helping” and he’s “not […] Continue to read full article...

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May/23

25

Analyzing Coco Gauff Coach Options

By Scoop Malinowski It’s been over a month since Coco Gauff and her former coach Diego Moyana decided to part ways and still the American standout has not found a replacement coach, though the WTA web site says she is being coached by her father. Gauff, the world no. 6, has reunited with former coach […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/23

27

Cirstea Career Revived By Johansson

Sorana Cirstea is 32 now and at an age when most WTA players are in the home stretch of their careers, ready to fade away into the sunset. But Cirstea is not your typical, regular player. After ending her 2022 season after US Open with a bad shoulder, Cirstea wasn’t ready to pack it in. […] Continue to read full article...

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