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Fantasy Tennis Australian Open 1,250 euro in prizes

Fantasy tennis

TweetFantasy Australian Open 2019: In the next two weeks Melbourne will be dominated by the first Grand Slam of the year: the Australian Open. Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki will do everything to defend their title successfully. But that will not be easy. Contrary to twelve months ago, Novak Djokovic is back at the top […]

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Australian Open Mens Singles Draw Breakdown and Predictions

Roger Federer Australian Open 2018

TweetTrust the inimitable Ogden Nash to say it like it is, “Athletes, I’ll drink to you, Or eat with you Or anything except compete with you…” Here we are then, at the start of the new year and new tennis season: sunshine and popcorn at the ready Down Under while the northern hemisphere braves winters. […]

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Australian Open 2019 Men’s Preview

Australian Open

TweetThe Australian Open kicks off the Majors for 2019 after a short but sweet off-season. The Tennis Review previews the conditions that will play their part in producing the men’s champions as well as taking a look at the contenders to become part of tennis’ most prestigious champion’s club, the Grand Slam winner’s circle. The conditions and […]

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ATP Fantasy Tennis What You Need to Know

Fantasy tennis

TweetWhy play Fantasy Tennis? Fantasy ATP Tennis 2019: At least 4,000 Euro in prizes! Your engagement with Tennis will further increase. It is not about one tennis players, but 20 tennis players who need to perform for you! For only 10 euro you will get many extra hours of entertainment before the start of the […]

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2018 Men’s Tennis Review Fight it, Embrace it, it’s Happening all the same

Zverev

TweetLittle it seems changes in men’s tennis these last few seasons, except of course when it does, and when it does, it means business. The Tennis Review reviews and gives its thoughts on the 2018 men’s tennis season.  Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal, and Novak Djokovic cleaning up at the Majors, we’ve seen that plenty of […]

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Who Needs Hype When You Have Karen Khachanov?

Khachanov

TweetUnseeded 22 year old Karen Khachanov defeated the then imminent world No.1 Novak Djokovic in the Paris-Bercy final 7-5, 6-4. Who needs hype when we have such a promising player? The first big final of a player’s career is an important moment. The walk on to the court a sweet moment, a time to revel in […]

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Novak Djokovic Plays his Way Back into Greatest of all Time Debate

Djokovic

TweetAfter a quiet couple of seasons, slam trophy wise, Novak Djokovic came back out the woodwork the second half of 2018 to add to his silverware and in doing so has played his way back into the Greatest of all time debate. Novak Djokovic’s straight sets US Open 2018 final win over Juan Martin del […]

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US Open Men’s Singles Final Preview Juan Martin del Potro Vs Novak Djokovic

TweetThe US Open final is set and it’s a good one- Juan Martin del Potro (3) versus Novak Djokovic (6). So, the big question- Who Will Win? What’s at stake: For Novak Djokovic, a 14th slam title, tying Pete Sampras, and a 3rd US Open title (previously won 2011, 2015). For Juan Martin del Potro, […]

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US Open Preview Rafa Nadal Favorite to Defend Hard Court Slam for 1st Time

TweetRafa Nadal, the top seed, goes into the US Open as the favorite after the draw was made, and if he wins, it will be the first time he will have defended a hard court slam. The Tennis review looks at one of the rare weaknesses in the Nadal resume and his chances of righting […]

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Wimbledon 2018 Review The Whole Greater than the Sum of the Parts

Djokovic Wimbledon

TweetNovak Djokovic’s Wimbledon 2018 final 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 victory over 8th seeded Kevin Anderson, as impressive as it was in its showcase of the victor’s persistence, passion and champion’s mentality, will not go down in the all time top 100 slam finals list, but the tournament, as a whole, will likely go down in history […]

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