Monthly Archives: April 2019

Fabio Fognini a Welcome Addition to the 2019 Champions Roll Call


TweetFabio Fognini joined a few exclusive clubs winning the 2019 Monte Carlo Open, one of the most prestigious tennis clubs in the world. He became one of only 28 men to win the title since 1968, one of only two Italians to do so (Nicola Pietrangeli ’68 the other) and he became one of only four men […]

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Men’s 2019 Clay Season Preview 5 Questions


TweetIs Rafa Nadal going to win Roland Garros No.12? Nadal has been back practicing on Clay while everyone else was getting all hot and sweaty in Miami. Clay is kinder to Nadal’s much troubled knees and its where his aggressive baseline game is most effective. He’s got an abbreviated serve to help with his ankles […]

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Roger Federer and his 101 Trophies #RF101

Rogers Cup

TweetHistory does and does not repeat itself depending on your history and how you play on the day. For Roger Federer at the age of 37, it’s harder to predict how those days are going to unfold, but when he has his day, the history you get is the kind of glittering, legendary, all conquering […]

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