Author Archives: Christian Deverille

Roger Federer Defeats Rafa Nadal Wins Miami Open Prime Time Revival Rival

Federer Miami Open

TweetRoger Federer’s 6-3, 6-4 defeat of Rafa Nadal to win the Miami Open drew the curtain on a remarkable first quarter to 2017, a showstopping revival, even surprising himself as he won the title for the first time since 2006, the same year he also took the Australian Open, Indian Wells and Miami, a revival […]

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Miami Open Final Preview Roger Federer Versus Rafa Nadal

Federer Nadal

TweetThe 2017 Miami Open final is the perfect venue for another Federer- Nadal final, the place where Fedal all started 13 years ago, the venue, 12 years ago, of their first ever championship match on the pro tour, and a place where both men have some unfinished business to attend to. The Tennis Review previews […]

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Miami Open Third Round Preview Roger Federer Vs Juan Martin del Potro

Federer del Potro Miami Open

TweetFinally, the match Roger Federer (4) and Juan Martin del Potro (29) fans, the one we thought we were getting last year at Key Biscayne, is here, this time in the Miami Open third round. The Tennis Review previews the highly anticipated action and predicts the winner. A year ago, both Federer and del Potro […]

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Miami Open Preview Big Chance for ATP 1000 Trophy Nishikori Nadal Wawrinka

Miami Open Nishikori

TweetThe Miami Open is underway and the withdrawals of top seeds Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, who have won 8 of the last ten trophies between them, opens up the way for a new Miami Champion to be crowned. The Tennis Review previews the players most likely to take advantage. Kei Nishikori (seeded 2) Why […]

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Roger Federer Indian Wells Victory The Time Is Now Once Again

Federer

TweetRoger Federer’s BNP Paribas Open trophy win was his fifth win in the Californian desert and came 13 years after his first win in Indian Wells, his then first ever ATP 1000 trophy. The Tennis Review looks back at the ninth seed’s run to the title which showcased a timeless game making the time right […]

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BNP Paribas Open Final Preview Roger Federer Vs Stan Wawrinka

BNP Paribas Open

TweetThe BNP Paribas Open final will serve up one of tennis’ most striking rivalries of the past few seasons- Roger Federer versus Stan Wawrinka. The Tennis Review previews the action and predicts the winner. Men’s tennis 2017 has delivered plenty of surprises (Federer Vs Nadal in the AO final, Tsonga winning back to back titles, […]

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BNP Paribas Open What The Title Would Mean Federer Nadal Djokovic del Potro

Nadal Indian Wells

TweetThe BNP Paribas Open, aka Indian Wells, has made a name for itself as arguably the ATP’s premier and most prestigious event. The Tennis Review looks at what such a valuable piece of silverware would mean to some of men’s tennis’ title contenders.¬† Rafa Nadal Nadal is back, his Australian Open final appearance testified to […]

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Who Is Casper Ruud?

Ruud

TweetCasper Ruud’s name is one tennis fans have warmly welcomed this past week after the Norwegian’s run to the ATP 500 Rio semi final. The Tennis Review gives you the lowdown on the latest of the #NextGen to hit the tennis headlines and looks at why the NextGenner is generating so much excitement. Background: Ruud […]

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Billie Jean King Eye Coach 5 Questions with Coaches Lenny Schloss and Hugo Allen

Eye coach

Tweet Any tennis player looking to improve their game need look no further than the Billie Jean King Eye Coach. The Tennis Review chatted to tennis coaches Lenny Schloss and Hugo Allen about a piece of tennis coaching equipment specializing in Point of Contact Training which will help you strike the sweet spot and, as […]

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Mental Toughness Five Questions Thomas Daniels Tennis Warrior Tips Author

Mental toughness tennis

TweetMastering mental toughness in tennis is one of the toughest parts of the game, but making that breakthrough just got a lot easier with Thomas Daniels’, a tennis coach and online tennis consultant based in Japan, e-book 30 Warrior Tennis Mental Tips For Match Play, designed¬†to get tennis players first winning the mental game and […]

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