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Off-Season Tennis News

Plenty of pro tennis exhibitions being played around the world this month, here’s a look at a few… December 8: Kuwait practice set Rafael Nadal vs. Arthur Fils 76. December 9: “Time Tennis” doubleheader: Stefan Kozlov vs Gastao Elias and Genie Bouchard vs Peyton Stearns at Royal Palm Tennis Club (no scores reported). Former ATP […] Continue to read full article...

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Inspiration Academy In Bradenton Is Special

By Scoop Malinowski To see a tennis academy in operation is in some ways more impressive than watching a match at an ATP or WTA tournament. I went to Inspiration Academy for a couple of days this month and the combination of talent, energy, hard work is an unforgettable experience to witness. I arrived in […] Continue to read full article...

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Orange Bowl Injustice?

I have a friend who coached a 14s girl in the Orange Bowl. He just informed me about a shocking default of a girl after play was canceled due to rain… “Just heard a good story – the girl Victoria beat in Eddie Herr second round 6-1 6-1 was in the fourth round of Orange […] Continue to read full article...

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One Point Can Alter A Career

At the Orange Bowl in December, Arthur Fils, a sixteen year old from France, was down match point in the first round but managed to turn the tables on the American player and eventually won 36 75 62. Fils proceeded to win the prestigious Orange Bowl. After his big triumph, Fils played one more ITF […] Continue to read full article...

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Orange Bowl 2020

The Eddie Herr Championships were cancelled but the Orange Bowl proceeded last week, though restricting players to only one support person. The boys winner was 16 year old French player Arthur Fils, who overcame a match point in the first round to American wildcard Michael Zheng of New Jersey, 36 75 62. Fils was a […] Continue to read full article...

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