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Introducing Yoxoi Brand

Astute tennis observers surely noticed the unique attire worn the last couple of years by Alexander Bublik and Daniel Evans. The logo is eye catching but difficult to read. The attire is sharp, clean and most white based. The brand is called Yoxoi, which is based in Japan. The tennis attire is so specialized and […] Continue to read full article...

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World Team Tennis Ready To Roll

Mardy Fish of the New York Empire will not play this season (injured). Milos Raonic of the Orange County Breakers has decided not to play this season (personal).   Tommy Paul has been added to the Washington Kastles replacing Frances Tiafoe, who tested positive for Covid-19 and is ineligible to play. Note: Fish and Raonic […] Continue to read full article...

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Sandgren Reigns Supreme In Miami

Tennys Sandgren showed again he’s one of the top America tennis players, with an impressive performance yesterday in Miami Beach at the Altec Styslinger Tennis Exhibition. The ATP world no. 55 crushed Sam Querrey in the final 41 41 after surviving teenager Brandon Nakashima (ATP 220) in the semi the day before in three sets. […] Continue to read full article...

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2020 Off To A Roaring Start

We have another first time Grand Slam major winner, a girl who was losing to Zidansek at Eddie Herr four years ago. Sonic Sofia Kenin outshined the biggest stars in the WTA with her sensational AO win. Novak Djokovic took another step to all time greatness with his 17th major and one of his hardest-earned, […] Continue to read full article...

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Sandgren’s Heartbreak Loss at AO

By Jayita A Belcourt On Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday night in front of a packed house, all eyes were watching Tenny Sandgren at 5-4 in the fourth set, with 3 match points up his sleeve receiving serve. Everyone thought the unseeded contender was about to make history over the great Roger Federer and blitz […] Continue to read full article...

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AO Observations

Qball By Scoop Malinowski Johan Kriek, two time winner in Australia, has been watching Sebi Korda rip through the junior boys draw and likes what he sees. Kriek said 1998 Australian Open champ Petr Korda's son is a future top ten ATP player. Continue to read full article...

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