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Biofile Mackenzie McDonald Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: ATP no. 64. Career best ranking was 57 in April 2019. Ht: 5-10 Wt: 155 DOB: April 16, 1995 In: Piedmont, CA First Tennis Memory: At the Harbor Bay Club (in Alameda, CA), five years old, just swinging at tennis balls on court 5. Tennis Inspirations: Growing up I watched a […] Continue to read full article...

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Memories of Jeff Borowiak

Jeff Borowiak was a top 20 player in the ATP Golden Era of the 1970’s and 80’s. He turned pro in 1968, won the NCAA title as the first singles player for UCLA in 1970 (Jimmy Connors played the third slot) and later the six-foot, four inch native of Berkeley, CA would win five ATP […] Continue to read full article...

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All the sudden Jenn Brady is a superstar

In late 2019 Jennifer Brady was a decent WTA pro, nobody projected her to be anything special. Then it all changed. A colleague from Germany named Jannik Schneider did a German language podcast with Brady’s coach Michael Geserer, a German who connected with Brady in late 2019. Geserer was once ranked 189 in ATP singles […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile: Maxime Cressy Interview

Status: ATP no. 164. Ht: 6-7 Wt: 194 DOB: May 8, 1997 In: Paris, France Residence: Los Angeles, CA First Tennis Memory: When I played my first competition at my tennis club in Paris. I played my first round there, I played a fellow friend Maxime Janvier. That’s one of my first memories of tennis […] Continue to read full article...




Controversial Maxime Cressy Is Breaking Out

I never even heard of Maxime Cressy until last month. The 6-foot-six, Californian born in Paris, plays at UCLA and gained a wildcard into Newport Beach Challenger qualies where he edged Stefan Kozlov from 2-4 down in the first, 76 61. Continue to read full article...

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