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Querrey Recalls Beating Djokovic At Wimbledon

The last man to beat Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon is Sam Querrey who accomplished the feat in 2016 (Note: Djokovic lost to Tomas Berdych in 2017 QF but retired with an elbow injury at 67 02). Querrey shared memories of his second win of nine clashes with Djokovic… Book Excerpt “Facing Novak Djokovic.” Sam Querrey:  […] Continue to read full article...

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Querrey To Challenge Pickleball Titans

Sam Querrey has announced he is going to challenge the best of the pickleball world in 2023. The former Wimbledon semifinalist and winner of ten ATP singles titles is training three times a week for his pickleball debut next year. He also says he’s already been playing the fast-growing sport for six years. The 35 […] Continue to read full article...




Sam Querrey Challenges Pickleball Top Guns

Recently retired Sam Querrey has targeted his first new challenge after retiring from pro tennis at the US Open. “I know some tennis players have made the transition from tennis to pickleball, but you haven’t seen any guys who were top 50 in the world tennis players go over (to compete in Pickleball). And I […] Continue to read full article...

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First Round Rivalries Featured In Newport

By Scoop Malinowski Andy Murray will make his first appearance at the Infosys Newport Hall of Fame Championships since 2006 against an old rival in Sam Querrey. Murray leads the overall career head to head vs Querrey 7-2 and their first ever ATP match happened at Newport in 2006, won by world no. 52 Murray […] Continue to read full article...

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Querrey Solves The Tomic Puzzle In ‘s-Hertogenbosch

By Scoop Malinowski Sam Querrey is facing a career crisis as he has a load of ATP rankings points to defend over the next month on the grass court circuit and this weekend he managed a crucial victory over a tricky adversary he had never beaten before. In the first round of ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands qualies, […] Continue to read full article...

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Newport Begins

Day one of 2021 Newport is off to an electrifying start. Ryan Harrison returned to action on the ATP World Tour in Newport qualifying with a marathon 76 67 76 win vs Chris Eubanks, who he defeated in 2017 in Atlanta 61 62. The second set featured an McEnroe Borgesque 18-16 tiebreaker. The third set […] Continue to read full article...

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Why I Just Adore The Miami Open

miamiopen My first Miami Open was four years ago in 2012. And this year will be my fourth in a row. Key Biscayne, the site of the tournament, is a paradise island key, just a causeway and bridge away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Miami, South Beach and Brickell. To bike or drive over the Rickenbacker Causeway the first time is not unlike climbing Mount Everest or seeing the Grand Canyon. The beauty of the scenery is the best of America. Continue to read full article...

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