Monthly Archives: June 2016

Wimbledon 2016 Preview Five Questions the Grass Court Slam Will Answer

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TweetThe Wimbledon 2016 draw is out, and the tennis world looks forward to a fortnight of intriguing stories headlined by the game’s biggest stars, and some potential future champions. The Tennis Review gives you the five most intriguing questions the 2016 Championships will answer about the likes of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Nick Kyrgios. […]

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Novak Djokovic Wins Roland Garros Leave History for Later Let’s Talk About Now

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TweetNovak Djokovic beat Andy Murray 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to win his first Roland Garros trophy, complete the Career Grand Slam, and hold all four Grand Slams at once. It was a historic win, but like Novak Djokovic  himself had to do to finally lift the Roland Garros trophy, we should leave the history for […]

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Roland Garros Final Preview Novak Djokovic Vs Andy Murray History Awaits

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TweetOne match, and two opponents, stand between Novak Djokovic, a first Roland Garros trophy, and his picture on the front page of the tennis history books. If the world No.1 wins the Roland Garros final versus Andy Murray, he will be the first man to hold all four Grand Slams since Rod Laver in 1969, […]

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Five Questions with SPORTmind Founder Jose Antonio Fernandez


Tweet The Tennis Review chatted to Jose Antonio Fernandez, founder of SPORTmind, about his work, why players are sometimes afraid of success, and how it feels to help players evolve. Could you tell us in one sentence what SPORTmind is about?    SPORTmind wants to show young players the universal tools and values that can […]

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