TAG: ” Tennys Sandgren

Apr/19

20

Sandgren vs Paul in Sarasota Open Final

 

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AMERICANS ADVANCE TO SINGLES FINAL AT THE ELIZABETH MOORE SARASOTA OPEN

Laurel Oak Country Club Hosts $108,320 USTA Pro Circuit Event thru April 21
SARASOTA, Fla., April 20, 2019 – Easter Sunday will feature an All-American Final on the soft Har-Tru clay courts at the Sarasota Open.  Both Tennys Sandgren and Tommy Paul triumphed in their semifinal singles matches – albeit in diversely different degrees of difficulty – and will meet at 10:30 am tomorrow at the Laurel Oak Country Club.

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Apr/19

17

Sandgren Charms At Sarasota Open

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By Scoop Malinowski

Tennys Sandgren won – or survived – his first round encounter with Ryan Shane 36 76 76 last night at the Sarasota Open but the most poignant moment of the evening happened not in the heat of competition.

Sandgren barely edged out the second set against the extremely powerful, hard hitting Virginia professional and then just before the start of the third set, as Sandgren walked out to the baseline to resume the duel, he noticed one of the red-hatted ballboys, about ten years old was leaving the match with his mom.

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Jan/18

24

Sandgren’s Statement to Media

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By Scoop Malinowski

Following his spectacular loss to Hyeon Chung in three close, exciting sets last night in the Australian open quarterfinal, American Tennys Sandgren addressed the media with a wonderful opening statement.

Effectively setting the narrative on the issue by intelligently expressing his platform and his viewpoint on his terms and not allowing it to be clouded and slandered by an angry wolfpack media eager to besmirch this brave, talented young man who has the courage to go against the grain and political correctness to express some of his unique (and controversial) opinions and views. Sandgren put his candidly direct statement out there and the media had to swallow it. The media could not throw their spears of loaded questions and false, misinterpreted judgment labels or fake fabricated charges of racism and bigotry. We do not always have to say politically correct nice things about everyone, we can praise, honor and love and we criticize and denounce anybody who we feel deserves it based on their behavior and actions.

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Jan/18

23

The Players Sandgren Lost To in 2017

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By Scoop Malinowski

Tennys Sandgren has set ablaze the tennis world with his astounding heroics in the Australian Open, reaching the quarterfinal round with his sensational victories against Chardy, Wawrinka, Marterer, Thiem.

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Jan/18

20

Sensational Sandgren

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By Scoop Malinowski

If you haven’t seen the highlights or the actual Tennys Sandgren vs Max Marterer match yet, go to the Australian Open site and see the highlights. What you are going to see is going to impress you. Or blow you out of the water.

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Jan/18

17

Biofile: Tennys Sandgren Interview

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By Scoop Malinowski

Status: ATP ranked 96.

Ht: 6-2 Wt: 185

DOB: July 22, 1991 In: Gallatin, TN

First Tennis Memory: “Playing with my family. I have a court at home. Playing with my mom and brother and my dad. On the court we have in the backyard. I was young, about five or six. Barely getting balls over the net.”

Tennis Inspirations: “My father (David), he was a player. He played some Satellite tournaments. He just loved the game. And he enjoyed playing and he never liked how frustrated I got on the court. He thought it was about enjoyment, finding enjoyment on the court. My younger years I wasn’t necessarily my biggest fan on the court.

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Mar/12

8

Tennis Has Been Berry Berry Good To Me

 

Just going through my notebook from last year’s USO as I get ready to go out to Indian Wells–yes, staying in the Motel 6 in Indio for $49.95 a night, hope they have a pool. Probably be as big as the bed–and I came across notes I took on a Tennys Sandgren-Bradley Klahn qualifier match. I thought I’d just look Sandgren and Klahn up to see how they’re faring. Maybe their big showdown at the USO qualis had spurred them on. But no such luck.

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