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Next Tennis Book Is About Sarasota Open

Having attended the Sarasota Open ATP Challenger every year since 2013 I suddenly got an idea to do a book about it and all the stories and memories I and others have collected about the popular tennis tournament. There are countless stories about players, matches, odd occurrences and so much more associated with the tournament […] Continue to read full article...

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Opelka Returns With Win

Former ATP world no. 17 and winner of four ATP singles titles Reilly Opelka returned to professional tennis competition after being sidelined for 15 months. With a wildcard entry into the Charlottesville ATP Challenger, the 26 year old Opelka defeated old rival Tennys Sandgren 64 75. The big serving America endured wrist and hip problems […] Continue to read full article...

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Sandgren Calls For Court Speed Variety

By Scoop Malinowski There is no doubt or argument against the belief that pro tennis today is too monotonous with the vast majority of players all using baseline grinding styles where almost every point is essentially a repitition over and over of the same kind of rallies, generally cross court. Doubles actually showcases more variety […] Continue to read full article...




Sandgren Miracle Win At Roland Garros

Tennys Sandgren looked as finished as any player ever did this afternoon in Paris. Ranked 186 in the world, loser of six straight matches, down 63 51 and match point to Thiago Monteiro in the first round of Roland Garros qualies, you would think Sandgren would have packed it in and flew back home to […] Continue to read full article...

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Sandgren Plays Kazakstan

American former AO quarterfinalist Tennys Sandgren has changed his 2022 strategy to only play pro tennis tournaments in the United States due to the pandemic travel restrictions. Now ranked 180 in the world, and coming off first round losses at Sarasota, Tallhassee and Savannah Challengers, Sandgren decided to play the Kazakstan Challenger this week and […] Continue to read full article...

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Sarasota Open Day Two

Christian Harrison held off a good fight from 31 year old Colombian Cristian Rodriguez, ranked 418, 62 76 (9-7). Former Roland Garros finalist Brian Gottfried was watching the match on Elizabeth Moore Stadium court and praised Harrison as an inspiring example for younger players because of how he overcame the ten or eleven surgeries he’s […] Continue to read full article...

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Sarasota Open Begins

By Scoop Malinowski The Sarasota Open ATP Challenger has new owners, a new venue in downtown Sarasota at Payne Park, and a woman reportedly worth hundreds of millions to fund it, so there is a totally new different energy at this year’s tournament sponsored by Elizabeth Moore. Prize money has been doubled from $100,000 to […] Continue to read full article...

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