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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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Kenin Collapse Continues in Indian Wells

Just a couple of years ago, Sofia Kenin looked poised to become the next big American superstar. She won the 2020 Australian Open (beat Muguruza) and reached the final of Roland Garros (lost to Swiatek). But the career of Kenin has crashed since then. She’s gone from the brink of superstardom to irrelevance. Fila dropped […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile Tommy Paul Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: ATP no. 60. 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, Iā€™m […] Continue to read full article...

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The Players Sandgren Lost To in 2017

Kozlov Finals 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. Continue to read full article...

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