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You can agree or disagree, that doesn’t matter, but the superhuman tennis performed today in the Western & Southern Cincinnati Open final by Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz was the highest level I’ve ever witnessed. The final score was 57 76(7) 76 (4) for Djokovic, a task that needed three hours and 50 minutes to […] Continue to read full article...

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It has been said recently that Carlos Alcaraz is a blend of the best attributes of Roger Federer’s attacking style, Rafael Nadal’s fighting spirit and will to win, and Novak Djokovic’s overall movement, consistency, intelligence and diverse arsenal. But Carlos Alcaraz disagrees with that notion which has most notably been suggested by Djokovic among others […] Continue to read full article...

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Everybody remembers the 2021 Australian Open war between Novak Djokovic vs. Taylor Fritz that saw Fritz comeback from a two set deficit of 76 64. The rising American seemed to solve the Serbian superstar by winning the third and fourth sets 63 64. But then Djokovic summoned his beast mode with some ferocious roars and […] Continue to read full article...

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Djokovic Now 19-0 Vs Monfils

Novak Djokovic was almost merciless in performing his 19th slaying of Gael Monfils in the Western and Southern Open Round of 16 in Cincinnati 63 62, seemingly sacrificing two games from a 63 50 lead. Djokovic now has beaten the Frenchman all 19 times they’ve played. After the match Djokovic shared some details about the […] Continue to read full article...

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Carlos vs. Tommy IV in Cincy

Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz IV in Cincinnati round of 16 is the main event showdown. Paul won the last match in Toronto 63 46 63 and now leads the head to head vs the ATP world no. 1, 2-1. Here is what both combatants are saying on the eve of their big Thursday clash […] Continue to read full article...

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Cincy Notebook

Venus Williams trailed Veronika Kudermetova 14 in both sets but managed to prevail 64 75, for her first big win in quite some time. The wildcard, now 43, doesn’t seem to have any plans for retiring soon. John Isner, on the otherhand, lost another heartbreaker 76 76 to Jordan Thompson. After a semi run in […] Continue to read full article...

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How Djokovic And Alcaraz Can Both Be No. 1 After Cincy

There is an outside chance that both Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz could both have the same amount of total ATP rankings points after the Western & Southern Cincinnati Open. If Alcaraz loses at the Cincy Open quarterfinal round and Djokovic in the final of Cincy, they’ll both have a total of 9,395 points on […] Continue to read full article...

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