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Feb/23

4

Ten Americans Now In ATP Top 50

American tennis continues to progress upward to superpower status in the ATP. Three players reached the quarterfinal stage of the year’s first Grand Slam – Sebi Korda, Tommy Paul and Ben Shelton. The last time USA tennis performed so well at a Grand Slam was the 2005 US Open where Agassi, Blake and Ginepri were […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/23

19

Americans Thriving At AO

By Scoop Malinowski A balance of power shift appears to be occurring at the 2023 Australian Open with American tennis declaring itself as the future superpower of the sport. Mackenize McDonald shockingly slayed defending champion Rafael Nadal with startling impunity 64 64 75. Then Jenson Brooksby dismissed the second seed Casper Ruud in four sensational […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/23

9

USA Announces Davis Cup Team

Team USA has announced the Davis Cup team for 2023. The new team will consist of Tommy Paul, Mackenzie McDonald, Rajeev Ram, Austin Krajicek and Jenson Brooksby. The squad will face Uzbekistan on Feb. 3 and 4 at the qualifiers round. The American Davis Cup team has been altered considerably, and will absent of the […] Continue to read full article...

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Jul/22

26

Paul Pummels Sock In Atlanta

Tommy Paul, one of the rising forces of American tennis along with Taylor Fritz, Jenson Brooksby, Brandon Nakashima, Reilly Opelka and Sebi Korda, annihilated former American star Jack Sock in a 61 61 blowout. It was one of the worst losses of Sock’s career. In their first ATP meeting today in hot humid conditions, Paul […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/22

27

American Tennis Near Powerhouse Status

By Scoop Malinowski If the United States of America has lost international admiration due to political mishandling and ineptitude, the state of American tennis has earned a worldside status of far greater respect. Most all of the American prospects are still alive in the 2022 Miami Open draw… Taylor Fritz is now ranked 13 in […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/22

10

Tommy Paul: The Quiet American

By Scoop Malinowski Isner, Fritz, Opelka, Querrey, Tiafoe may be more high profile but American Tommy Paul is certainly on the radar of the ATP. He won his first title last year and has climbed up the rankings to no. 41 after several years of marginal results. In 2021 Paul established himself as a force, […] Continue to read full article...

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Oct/21

7

Biofile Tommy Paul Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: ATP no. 35. DOB: May 17, 1997 In: Voorhees, New Jersey Tennis Inspirations: Andy Roddick – favorite tennis player. First Tennis Memory: Probably at the Athletic Club Courtside in Greensboro, North Carolina, where I grew up. I saw all the old people out there playing doubles. I was like, ‘All right, I’m […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/19

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Biofile Tommy Paul Interview

Status: ATP no. 92. Ht: 6-1 Wt: 170 DOB: May 17, 1997 In: Voorhees, NJ Tennis Inspirations: Andy Roddick – straight up, favorite player. First Tennis Memory: Probably at the Athletic Club Courtside in Greenshoro, NC where I grew up, I saw all the old people out there playing doubles. I was like, all right, I’m gonna get […] Continue to read full article...

Paul WMQ16 (9) (27595935983).jpg   By Scoop Malinowski Tommy Paul has surged back into ATP relevance by winning the Sarasota Challenger and reaching the finals in Tallahasse. Those two results will catapult the 21-year-old Paul into the French Open via the USTA Pro Circuit wildcard he wrapped up because of his multiple match wins in those two Challengers. Continue to read full article...

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By Scoop Malinowski Tommy Paul continues his remarkable sudden resurgence in Tallahassee by reaching the final, one week after raising the championship trophy in Sarasota which was his second Challenger title, the first being in late 2018 in Charlottesville. Paul defeated Tennys Sandgren again today 63 64 in the semi, the same man he beat […] Continue to read full article...

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