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Anisimova Returns To The Court

Former world no. 21 and two time WTA tournament winner Amanda Anisimova has returned to tennis training this week in South Florida. The just turned 22 year old announced in May that she was taking an indefinite break from professional tennis. Anisimova, a former Roland Garros semifinalist in 2019, was spotted training at the Barry […] Continue to read full article...

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Dino Prizmic Is Emerging

As all the hype and spotlights are on Carlos, Rune, Sinner, there is a young gun emerging in the shadows. Unless you are a hardcore tennis observer you likely haven’t heard of him. Yet. He’s from Croatia and he just won his first ATP Challenger title at age eighteen (birthday is August 5), beating Kimmer […] Continue to read full article...

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Fritz Flops Again In Grand Slam

World no. 9 Taylor Fritz once again has bombed out early at a Grand Slam for the fourth time in a row, losing to another journeyman underdog. Today, Fritz blew a two sets to love lead and lost in five sets 62 in the fifth to world no. 59 Mikael Ymer. At Roland Garros he […] Continue to read full article...

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Carlos Wins Queens, Regains No. 1 Ranking

Carlos Alcaraz defeated Alex de Minaur 64 64 in the final of Queens Club to win his first grass court title. The Spaniard will regain the world no. 1 ranking tomorrow from Novak Djokovic, who will drop to no. 2. The decision by the ATP Player Council to not award Wimbledon points the last two […] Continue to read full article...

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Raducanu Considers Forfeiting US Open Title

By Scoop Malinowski 2021 US Open champion Emma Raducanu said this week, “Sometimes I wish I’d never won the US Open.” It may be the only time in tennis history, a Grand Slam champion has revealed their dream come true moment also was in some aspects also a nightmare. Raducanu added that the presence of […] Continue to read full article...

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Frances Tiafoe was in a horrid slump in early 2020. He started the year off ranked 47 but lost first round three tournaments in a row, to Marton Fucsovics, Michael Ymer and Daniil Medvedev at AO. Foe won a round at Newport Beach Challenger vs Alejandro Tabilo but lost to Denis Istomin. Then in Dallas […] Continue to read full article...

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Has Rune Solves The Djokovic Puzzle?

By Scoop Malinowski Everybody remembers when Holger Rune first emerged in the tennis universe as a force to be reckoned with. The Danish teenager’s astounding debut on the world stage happened at the US Open on Ashe Stadium, the night match showdown vs Novak Djokovic. The teenager Rune, 18 at the time, lost the first […] Continue to read full article...

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By Scoop Malinowski One of the biggest upsets in tennis history happened today when in Rome, the unknown world no. 135 playing in his first ATP World Tour event, managed to defeat the top player in the world Carlos Alcaraz 63 76. So such a shocking upset is provoking lots of chatter and speculation about […] Continue to read full article...

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Perhaps the strongest rebuke yet by a tennis player, or any pro sports figure, was said this week at Mutua Madrid by Spanish player Paula Badosa-Gibert. The 25 year old winner of three WTA singles titles stated this opinion on the messy combination of sports and politics: “They absolutely should not mix. Unfortunately, they’ve been […] Continue to read full article...

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Emma Cancels Tennis Media In Madrid

By Scoop Malinowski Emma Raducanu has had enough of the same stale, redundant questions from the tennis media and she took effective action at the Mutua Madrid Open. Media day for players was yesterday and in the mixed zone Raducanu sent a blunt message to tennis reporters about how she feels about their unoriginal questions […] Continue to read full article...

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