Monthly Archives: May 2015

French Open 2015 Men Who Could Be Champion Murray Nishikori Ferrer Berdych

French Open

TweetThe French Open has three favorites but the second tier of potential champions has a bigger field. The Tennis Review looks at five players who could be King of Clay at Roland Garros and assesses their chances of winning the French Open 2015.  Andy Murray Semi-finalist 2014, 2011 Quarter-finalist 2012, 2009 Murray leads the pack […]

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Grigor Dimitrov and the Curse of Baby Fed

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TweetGrigor Dimitrov’s first round loss to Jack Sock at the French Open is another in a string of disappointing defeats for the man nicknamed Baby Fed. The Tennis Review comments on how what was meant to be flattery has turned out to be a curse once more.  It was always intended as a compliment. The […]

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French Open 2015 The Favorites Novak Djokovic Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal

French Open 2015

TweetThere are only three real favorites for the French Open 2015 title. One of them has won it nine times and suffered one defeat at the event, one of them has won one title and been runner up four times, and the other is putting together one of the greatest ever seasons and is a […]

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Rome ATP Review Novak Djokovic Wins Fourth ATP 1000 Title in 2015

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TweetNovak Djokovic won the Rome ATP 1000 tournament and became the first player to win Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo and Rome in the same season. Before the tournament began, The Tennis Review asked five questions about the event. Now it is over, we look at the answers to those questions. Is Djokovic starting to […]

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Rome ATP Final Preview Novak Djokovic Vs Roger Federer

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TweetNovak Djokovic and Roger Federer will compete for the 39th time in the 2015 ATP 1000 Rome final. The Tennis Review previews the contest and predicts the winner. Head to head: Roger Federer leads the head to head 20-18. Federer leads the clay head to head 4-3. Recent history: Since Federer’s resurgence in 2014, the rivals […]

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Rome ATP 1000 Will Answer Five Questions About ATP Tour

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TweetThe Rome ATP 1000 tournament is the last significant warm up to the French Open. The slow clay conditions will give a good indication of who will do well in Paris and the tournament, featuring the ‘Big Four’, will answer five important questions about the ATP Tour.  Does Federer have a serious shot at winning […]

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Murray Madrid Win Impressive But Reveals Little About French Open

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TweetAndy Murray’s 6-3, 6-2 defeat of Rafael Nadal in the Madrid ATP 1000 final was an impressive surprise. The Scot had never made an ATP 1000 Clay final, had only won his first career clay title this very same week, on Monday in Munich, and inflicted on Nadal arguably the heaviest clay final defeat of […]

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Novak Djokovic Right to Miss ATP 1000 Madrid Open

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Tweet  Novak Djokovic’s decision to skip the ATP 1000 Madrid Open was the right one to make. The Tennis Review looks at why the season’s fourth ATP 1000 event will not be a stop on the world No 1’s schedule. The conditions. Madrid is 667 m above sea level compared to Paris which is 28 to 130 […]

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