Tennis Prose




TAG: Russia

Mar/21

21

Dubai Champ Karatsev is the tennis “Rocky Balboa”

The miraculous story of Aslan Karatsev continued in Dubai today as the Russian won the ATP 500 title 63 62 vs. Lloyd Harris of South Africa. Karatsev is now 11-2 in 2021, after his astounding semifinal run at the Australian Open. So far this year, Karatsev has only lost to world no. 1 Novak Djokovic […] Continue to read full article...

·

Feb/21

14

Karatsev Knew This Would Happen

The name Aslan Karatsev has gone from total obscurity in one week to on the step of superstardom. Karatsev crushed Felix Auger-Aliassime yesterday at AO, coming back from two sets down to shock the Canadian in five 36 16 63 63 64. The previously unknown Russian, best known maybe for beating Tennys Sandgren late last […] Continue to read full article...

·

Dec/20

16

Biofile: Dmitry Tursunov Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Career best ATP ranking no. 20. Winner of seven ATP singles titles. Helped Russian win Davis Cup in 2006. DOB: December 12, 1982 In: Moscow, Russia First Tennis Memory: I don’t remember [laughs]. I was very, very young when I started. Since I played tennis, I don’t remember like one particular, vivid memory. I […] Continue to read full article...

· · · ·

Apr/20

27

Two Sets Vs A WTA Pro

With one public park open in Bradenton and Sarasota and two main hitting partners both afraid to play because of fear of virus and fear of being arrested, I am starving to play some real tennis instead of hitting on a wall or driving over an hour to Tampa where a friend plays at open […] Continue to read full article...

· · · ·

Apr/20

24

First & Last Pro Matches: Andrei Cherkasov

We resume the First and Last Pro Match series with former ATP no. 13 Andrei Cherkasov… First Match: “Never forget. I was in US. I was fifteen years old and I played. I went to watch how my older friends play like (Andrei) Chesnokov, Zverev Sr, (Alexander) Volkov. The tournament was in Chicago, ATP. Somehow […] Continue to read full article...

·

Apr/20

13

Hitting Next To An ATP Champion in Bradenton

Our “ghetto courts” are still open in Bradenton and each day I’m there an array of quality players of all ages come to these courts which are the only unlocked public courts in Bradenton. Today I saw a former ATP Champion who won two singles titles, both in Moscow at the Kremlin Cup. You may […] Continue to read full article...

· ·

Nov/18

5

Biofile Karen Khachanov

By Scoop Malinowski
Status: ATP no. 11. Has won titles this year in Paris, Marseille and Moscow. HT: 6-6 WT: 194 DOB: May 21, 1996 In: Moscow, Russia First Tennis Memory: I remember how I first start to play tennis with my first coach in Moscow. When I was a kid I was doing a lot of exercises. Then we went to summer camp. Those are my young age memories. Tennis Inspirations: As in favorite player? Yes my favorite players were Marat Safin and Juan Martin Del Potro while I was growing up. Continue to read full article...

· · ·

Aug/18

12

Facing Marat Safin: Press Release

A wide range of forty professional tennis players discuss memories of playing Marat Safin, one of the most intriguing champions and characters in the history of tennis. Also various tennis world figures share additional insights and anecdotes about the Russian tennis superpower who reached the ATP world no. 1 ranking in 2000 and won the 2000 US Open and 2005 Australian Open, as well as two Davis Cups, the first two in Russian tennis history. Continue to read full article...

· ·

May/18

3

Biofile: Karen Khachanov

karenkhachanov's profile picture   By Scoop Malinowski Status: ATP no. 38. HT: 6-6 WT: 194 DOB: May 21, 1996 In: Moscow, Russia First Tennis Memory: I remember how I first start to play tennis with my first coach in Moscow. When I was a kid I was doing a lot of exercises. Then we went to summer camp. Those are my young age memories. Continue to read full article...

·

Find it!

Copyright 2010
Tennis-Prose.com
To top