Author Archives: Christian Deverille

The Nick Kyrgios Sideshow Reviewed: Tennis’ Very Own Incredible Hulk


TweetThere’s a tennis tournament going on in Montréal right now. A big one, too, an ATP 1000, one of the nine biggest events of the season after the slams. The tennis, though, has not been that entertaining- of the 8 matches yesterday there was one three setter and no upsets. Luckily for the ATP and […]

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Can Roger Federer win the US Open 2015?


TweetRoger Federer will play his 15th US Open this season, a tournament he has won five times (2004-2008). The Swiss’ effective serving, all court game and shot making are still his strongest assets and we know he is more than able to win the title, the question is can he do it seven seasons after […]

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U.S Open Series and Montréal 5 Things We Want to See Gulbis Federer Nadal


TweetGulbis to have one of his streaks In 2014, Ernests Gulbis reached the Roland Garros semi-finals and looked to be finally reaching his potential, climbing to world no.10. Things quickly took a turn for the worse, however, for the Latvian as injury struck him and a slump, which has lasted a year now and seen […]

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Kei Nishikori Citi Open Win Five Encouraging Things


TweetKei Nishikori’s win at the ATP 500 Citi Open last week, his tenth career title and third this season, was an encouraging win and sets the world No.4 up for another great U.S Open run. The Tennis Review looks at five reasons Nishikori fans should be encouraged by his run to the Citi Open title. […]

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ATP Montréal Five Players Most Likely to Stop Novak Djokovic


TweetNovak Djokovic will be going for his fifth ATP 1000 title of 2015 when he enters the ATP 1000 Canadian Open this week. The world No.1 will go into the event as the heavy favourite, but his path to the title will feature some big obstacles. The Tennis Review looks at the five players most […]

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Who is Alexander Zverev?


TweetAlexander Zverev’s great form in 2016 saw him break into the ATP Tour rankings top 20 (he finished the season ranked 24th), win his first title at the ATP 250 St Petersburg Open and brought him to the attention of tennis fans worldwide. The Tennis Review asks who is Alexander Zverev and gives you the lowdown […]

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ATP Six Points of Interest Hamburg Gstaad Atlanta Nadal Thiem Isner


TweetLast week was a busy one on the ATP Tour with an ATP 500 in Hamburg, an ATP 250 in Gstaad and the US Open Series kicking off in Atlanta with the ATP 250 BT&T Atlanta Open. The tennis review looks back at a week that saw tempers flare, titles won and heads scratching. 1. […]

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ATP Washington 500 What The Title Would Mean to Murray Nishikori Dimitrov


TweetThe ATP 500 Washington Citi Open gets underway next week with Andy Murray, Kei Nishikori, Marin Cilic and Grigor Dimitrov among those playing for the title. While the winner stands to earn 500 points, the trophy and generous prize money, the title would also mean something to the winner in terms of confidence, health, and […]

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Roger Federer Is Right to Skip ATP 1000 Canadian Open Five Reasons Why


TweetRoger Federer’s decision to skip the 2015 ATP 1000 Canadian Open will have disappointed fans who were planning to catch him in action in the US Open warm-up event, but, in the long term,  it is the right decision for both himself and his fans. The Tennis Review gives you five reasons why. 1. The Canadian […]

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U.S Open Series 2015 Five Faces to Watch Dimitrov Kokkinakis Sock


TweetThe U.S Open Series starts Monday and eight weeks of exciting hard court tennis lies ahead. The Tennis Review picks five faces to watch for the 2015 North American Summer Swing. Grigor Dimitrov With the recent split ups from coach Roger Rasheed and from girlfriend Maria Sharapova, Dimitrov may find being single and fancy free just the reboot he needs […]

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