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Australian Open Fernando Verdasco Defeats Rafael Nadal Five Points

Australian Open

TweetFernando Verdasco’s five set victory over Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open first round was a headlining result for many reasons. The Tennis Review gives you five of them. Verdasco was one of the most dangerous unseeded players in the draw A former top tenner and Australian Open semi-finalist, Verdasco, ranked 45, was one of […]

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Australian Open Who Can Beat Novak Djokovic? Wawrinka Federer Nishikori

Wawrinka Australian Open

Tweet Novak Djokovic is the heavy favorite to win the Australian Open, but there are a few players who have a legitimate chance of defeating him, namely Roger Federer, Kei Nishikori, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka. The Tennis Review looks at what makes them likely candidates, and what, other than the five time Champion himself, […]

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Australian Open Which Title Outsider Can Beat Djokovic? Nadal Tsonga Raonic

Australian Open Nadal

TweetNovak Djokovic is the heavy favorite to lift his sixth Australian Open in a fortnight’s time, and it seems only a handful of players have a legitimate shot at beating him. There are though some worthy title outsiders who if things go right for them could deliver a stunning defeat of the ATP’s dominant No.1. […]

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Australian Open 2016 Novak Djokovic Three Reasons He Is The Heavy Favorite

Australian Open Djokovic

TweetNovak Djokovic will go into the Australian Open 2016, which starts January 18th, as the heavy favorite. The Tennis Review gives you three reasons why. 1. He has the record for most Australian Open titles in the Open Era (five titles- 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015). Djokovic won his first slam at the Australian Open […]

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Milos Raonic Upsets Roger Federer in Brisbane Final Five Interesting Points


TweetMilos Raonic surprised the tennis world with a comprehensive 6-4, 6-4 defeat of defending champion Roger Federer in the ATP 250 Brisbane final. The Tennis Review looks back at five interesting things about the world No.14 ‘s victory. 1.The win marks only Raonic’s second victory in eleven matches against Federer Raonic’s only victory over Federer […]

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Roger Federer Who Can Beat Him in Brisbane? Can Milos Raonic Get Revenge?


TweetRoger Federer defends his ATP 250 Brisbane International title this week and the top seed and defending champion will be the heavy favorite to lift his 89th career title at one of the tour’s faster hard court events and in one of the toughest ATP 250 draws featuring the potential next generation of slam champs […]

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Eleven Questions the 2016 ATP Tennis Season Will Answer



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Novak Djokovic 2015 An Imperfectly Excellent Year


TweetNovak Djokovic’s 2015 was all about, in his own words, striving for perfection and reaching excellence. It was those imperfect moments in the space between perfection and excellence- shock losses, close escapes, and some less than friendly crowds- that drove the world No.1 to put together arguably one of the most perfect tennis seasons yet. […]

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ATP Top Ten All They Want For Christmas From the Tennis Santa Is…

Djokovic Christmas

TweetThe ATP Tennis Top ten have probably already written their Christmas 2015 wish lists and dropped them in the post, but The Tennis Review decided to ask the Tennis Santa to give them all a gift for 2016 as a little something extra in their stocking. Novak Djokovic – A French Open Title Djokovic has certainly […]

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