Monthly Archives: February 2016

Dominic Thiem Wins First ATP 500 Title With Defeat of Tomic in Acapulco


TweetDominic Thiem (4) took home the ATP 500 Acapulco title with a 7-6, 4-6, 6-3 defeat of Bernard Tomic (5). Here are five points to note about his trophy win, his first ATP 500 title and his first one on hard courts . Thiem once again showed his fighting spirit as he came back from […]

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Tweet The Tennis Review caught up with™ head coach Ryan Reidy to find out more about the tennis instructional site and the man behind it.    What is™ in one sentence?™ is an instructional tennis website that uses two-minute long videos to help recreational players win more tennis matches.   How did the idea come […]

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Acapulco ATP 500 Final Preview Dominic Thiem Versus Bernard Tomic


TweetThe Acapulco final features Dominic Thiem taking on Bernard Tomic for the first time. The Tennis Review previews the action and predicts the winner. Head to Head: This will be the first meeting between the Austrian 22 year old and the Australian 23 year old. Thiem, ranked 15, and Tomic, 21, are two of the […]

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Novak Djokovic Retires in Dubai Quarters Versus Lopez Five Things


TweetNovak Djokovic’s 3-6 RET. loss to Feliciano Lopez, attributed to an eye infection, in the quarter-finals of the Dubai Open was his first retirement in an ATP tour match since the 2011 Cincinnati final. The Tennis Review gives you five points about the world No.1’s controversial defeat that put an end to his attempt to […]

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Nick Kyrgios Wins First Career Title at Open 13 Provence 5 Points


TweetUnseeded Nick Kyrgios beat fourth seed Marin Cilic 6-2, 7-6 (3) in the Open 13 Provence final to win his first ATP title. The Tennis Review gives you five points on a run that showcased some of the best serving, and returning, you are likely to see in 2016. 1.Kyrgios’ Serve was unplayable On the […]

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Open 13 Final Preview Will Nick Kyrgios Win 1st Trophy or Will Marin Cilic Take 15th Title?

Kyrgios Cilic Open 13

TweetThe ATP 250 Open 13 tournament serves up an intriguing final tomorrow between two big servers with plenty of game- Marin Cilic (4) versus Nick Kyrgios. The Tennis Review looks at what is at stake, previews the action and predicts the winner. What’s at stake: The big question of this final is whether or not […]

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Nick Kyrgios Defeats Richard Gasquet in Open 13 Last Eight Hits 4 Aces to Win Final Game


Tweet  Nick Kyrgios hit the tennis headlines for all the right reasons today when he served four aces in one game as he served out for a comprehensive 6-0, 6-4 win over Richard Gasquet at the Open 13 tournament.  The Australian served his way into the semi-finals of the ATP 250 event- hitting 17 aces, […]

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Martin Klizan ATP 500 Rotterdam Title Run Five Things


TweetMartin Klizan’s run to the ATP 500 Rotterdam title was one that showcased the Slovak’s fighting spirit, match winning forehand and his hunger for success. The Tennis Review looks at five points that made Klizan’s week in Rotterdam one to enjoy. Martin Klizan saved 8 match points on his run to the final Klizan did […]

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Juan Martin Del Potro Delray Beach Comeback Fan Survival Guide

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TweetJuan Martin del Potro makes his long-awaited comeback from injury next week in Delray Beach. The Tennis Review gives you its del Potro comeback fan survival guide as his followers brace themselves for yet another return to the tour. Have no expectations and enjoy the ride del Potro fans know better than to have high […]

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Dominic Thiem Defeats Rafael Nadal in Buenos Aires Semi-Finals Five Points


TweetDominic Thiem’s 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (4) defeat of defending champion Rafael Nadal in the Buenos Aires ATP 250 semis was yet another breakthrough on the Clay for the 22 year old. The Tennis Review gives you five points about the win. Thiem saved a match point Fifth seed Thiem displayed his fighting qualities from the […]

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