Monthly Archives: April 2018

Thirty30 Tennis What You Need to Know

Thirty30

TweetProfessional tennis is sports entertainment in 2018 and the sport’s governing bodies are not afraid to tinker with the rules to give us what they believe is a more exciting version of the game that will capture new fans. One idea put forward to the ITF that might play a role one day is Mark […]

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2018 Clay Season Men’s Tennis Preview What Slides Ahead on the Red Dirt?

clay court

TweetThe Clay season is already swinging and the first ATP 1000 starts this coming week in Monte Carlo so its time for The Tennis Review to get previewing the European clay court swing. The Davis Cup suggests it might be another Clay season rout for Nadal Nadal’s upper right leg injury that kept him out […]

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Miami Open Review John Isner Solid With a Dash of the Spectacular

John Isner

TweetThe Miami Open looked like an ATP 1000 trophy up for grabs and it ended up being just that. Not just any player took the title though- champion John Isner was no ATP 1000 final debutante or a stranger to beating top ten players and his win, while a surprise considering his form going into […]

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