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Jul/22

15

Murray Falls In Newport

By Scoop Malinowski The struggles of Andy Murray continued in Newport as he lost in the quarterfinals today to Alexander Bublik 75 64. After a Wimbledon second round failure in four tight sets to John Isner, where Murray stated to the media he felt he was in the form to contend for the title, he […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/22

9

Yoxoi Wins First ATP Title With Bublik

The Italian luxury sports attire company won it’s first ATP singles title when Alexander Bublik defeated Alexander Zverev in Montpellier, France 64 63. It was also the first ATP singles title for the 24 year old from Gatchina, Russia who now lives in Monte Carlo. Yoxoi describes their only sponsored player Bublik (Tennys Sandgren has […] Continue to read full article...

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May/21

28

Biofile Alexander Bublik Interview

  By Scoop Malinowski Status:  ATP ranking 37. DOB: June 17, 1997 In: Gatchina, Russia Ht: 6-5   Wt:  180 First memory of tennis: It is probably the first tournament that I played when I was seven years old. I don’t remember if I win any match, but I got the trophy. My mum and my dad bought a trophy […] Continue to read full article...

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Apr/21

15

Playing In Yoxoi Performance Attire

By Scoop Malinowski A couple of years ago the clean, classy white attire of Daniel Evans caught my eye. The logo was hard to read on TV, so I gave up trying to figure out what exactly the talented British player was wearing. Evans kept achieving winning results and at the Delray Beach Open a […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/21

5

Introducing Yoxoi Brand

Astute tennis observers surely noticed the unique attire worn the last couple of years by Alexander Bublik and Daniel Evans. The logo is eye catching but difficult to read. The attire is sharp, clean and most white based. The brand is called Yoxoi, which is based in Japan. The tennis attire is so specialized and […] Continue to read full article...

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