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Aug/21

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Nick Kyrgios: The People’s Champion

He may not hold any major titles or won any major championships to earn the honor to be called a “world champion” but Nick Kyrgios isn’t losing any sleep over his ATP status. His ambitions and aspirations are more personal and unique. Nick may be the most approachable, engaging professional tennis player in the sport […] Continue to read full article...

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Jul/21

3

Emma Raducanu Breaks Out

Emma Raducanu had a good not sensational ITF junior career. Her results were okay… in her last junior slam she lost first round at Wimbedon in 2019 to Martyna Kubka 60 16 57. At 2019 AO she lost first round to Himari Sato 26 57. At 2018 US Open Emma lost in QF to Clara […] Continue to read full article...

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May/21

17

“The God Of Clay”?

King of Clay almost doesn’t seem to do Rafael Nadal sufficient justice anymore. He’s one fortnight away of conquering Roland Garros for the fourteenth time, that’s as many majors as Pete Sampras won in total. Maybe it’s about time to change Nadal’s official and world renowned moniker from The King of Clay to a more […] Continue to read full article...

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Apr/21

27

The Pressure On Nadal Is Enormous

Rafael Nadal has thrived on pressure… throughout his career he has overcome every obstacle imaginable – Mariano Puerta, Lleyton Hewitt, hard courts, grass courts, Wimbledon, Robin Soderling, Olympics, knee issues, clay court sustained dominance, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic. Now at age 34 and about to turn 35 on June 3, Nadal will face perhaps the […] Continue to read full article...

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Apr/21

20

#NextGen Focus: Zane Khan

American 19-year old Zane Khan has made a significant move up the rankings this year, including a hot streak of winning 14 out of 15 ITF matches, two ITF titles and his best career win at Orlando Challenger. One of his coaches, Christopher Begg, shares insights about the former top ten ITF junior’s progression… By […] Continue to read full article...

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Apr/21

11

Biofile Daniela Hantuchova Interview

By Scoop Malinowski (I did this Biofile with the former world no. 5 and winner of seven WTA singles and nine WTA doubles titles, in the early 2000s at US Open.) Status: Currently ranked No. 22 on the WTA Tour, Hantuchova has won two Grand Slam mixed doubles titles — 2001 Wimbledon (with Leos Friedl) and […] Continue to read full article...

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Apr/21

7

Taylor Fritz Now Highest Ranked American

Taylor Fritz won his match today in Sardegna, Italy vs Andrej Martin 62 76 in the round of 16 and the win propelled the 23 year old American to become the highest ranked American tennis player, surpassing John Isner. Fritz has won one career singles title and since turning pro in 2015 and has accomplished […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/21

30

Bibi Is Back!

One of the elite WTA champions is back on the scene and she is healthy and in near top form. Bianca Andreescu, the 2019 US Open champion, missed over a year with injuries, but the Canadian 20 year old is making up for lost time with some vintage stunning Bibi tennis in the Miami Open. […] Continue to read full article...

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For the first time in around two decades, we can say with some conviction that Serena Williams is not the best female tennis player on the planet. Some might still disagree, of course, and you could argue that the American would be considered the best if she gave the game her full attention. But, as […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

23

Marcelo Rios Amazon Documentary In The Works

Amazon has teamed up with a Chilean production company to produce a documentary about former ATP world no. 1 player Marcelo Rios. The usually media-shy winner of eighteen ATP singles titles is fully supporting the project and has an interest to have the story of his spectacular and controversial career and life told at last. […] Continue to read full article...

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