Monthly Archives: May 2016

Roland Garros Who Will Reach the Semi-Finals from Rafa Nadal’s Quarter?

Roland Garros

TweetRafa Nadal was highly anticipated to make the Roland Garros semis this season after his fine clay court form in the lead up to the event, but after his withdrawal with wrist injury, an opportunity has arisen for one of the players in his quarter. The Tennis Review looks at who is most likely to […]

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Kei Nishikori Vs Richard Gasquet Roland Garros Fourth Round Preview

Nishikori Roland Garros

TweetRoland Garros’ fourth round features the last remaining French player in the draw and a Japanese star expected to one day win a slam. The Tennis Review previews what could end up being the match of the day in Paris. Kei Nishikori only recently solved the problem posed by Richard Gasquet. The Japanese’s 7-5, 6-4 defeat […]

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Roland Garros Third Round Preview Dominic Thiem Vs Alexander Zverev

Thiem Zverev Roland Garros

TweetFor anyone curious about the future of tennis at Roland Garros then make sure to check out the third round match between Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev. The Austrian and German, if their early pro careers are anything to go by, are going to be competing in later rounds in Paris in the future, with […]

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Roland Garros The Favorites The Second Tier Nishikori Tsonga Thiem Kyrgios

Roland Garros Nishikori

TweetRoland Garros has four clear favorites in Novak Djokovic, Rafa Nadal, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka. Standing hungrily behind them are six players we believe are next in line take the title. The Tennis Review previews the chances of Kei Nishikori, Dominic Thiem, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, David Goffin, Nick Kyrgios, and Marin Cilic (10). Kei Nishikori (5): […]

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Roland Garros Will Novak Djokovic Finally Win the French Open Trophy?

Roland Garros Djokovic

TweetRoland Garros is days from getting underway, and the big story of the tournament is Novak Djokovic’s bid to finally take the title and complete the Non Calendar Year Grand Slam. The Tennis Review looks at Djokovic’s history at the French Open, his recent form, and his draw, and asks if this Roland Garros will […]

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French Open 2016 Preview Who Will Win A Very Open Roland Garros?

Roland Garros

TweetRoland Garros is as unpredictable as it has been for over a decade after the three ATP 1000 lead-ins were won by three different men- Nadal, Djokovic and Murray. The only thing that does seem safe to say is that the winner will come from the group below, but who that will be is anyone’s […]

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Five Questions with Tennis Experience Project Manager Hugo Allen

Tennis Experience

TweetThe Tennis Experience, part of the Elite Sports Performance Expo, at London’s ExCeL is only a month away (June 15th-16th) so we talked to Connected Club’s Hugo Allen, project manager for The Tennis Experience, about preparations for the upcoming event, what inspired him to put it together and why you should go along and enjoy […]

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Rome Final Andy Murray Defeats Novak Djokovic on Final Stretch to Roland Garros Five Points

Murray Rome

TweetAndy Murray’s 6-3, 6-3 defeat of Novak Djokovic in the Rome final earned the second seed his first title of the year. The Tennis Review looks back at the Scot’s best career performance on slow European clay courts, one that sees him go into Roland Garros as one of the favorites. Murray scored his first […]

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Rome Final Preview Why Tennis Needs Andy Murray to Defeat Novak Djokovic

Rome Djokovic Murray

TweetThe Rome final features top seed Novak Djokovic versus second seeded Andy Murray in their third final of the season. The Tennis Review looks ahead to a match men’s tennis really needs Andy Murray to win, and which he is in a privileged position to do so.  Here we are again- an ATP 1000 match, […]

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Five Questions With Luxury Tennis Bag Designer Alison van der Lande

Tennis style

TweetThe tennis circuit is about to hit one of the world’s most stylish cities, Paris, for Roland Garros so The Tennis Review decided to ask luxury tennis bag designer Alison van der Lande five questions about her lovely tennis bags (we’ve felt them and they feel as good as they look), her favorite players, and […]

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