Author Archives: Christian Deverille

Miami Open An ATP 1000 Event There For the Taking?

Miami Open

TweetThe Miami Open still has a few top drawer names but with some question marks hanging over them, could we see a new name in the ATP 1000 winner’s circle for the second consecutive week? Roger Federer, Juan Martin del Potro, and Novak Djokovic may all be heading up the Miami Open draw, but none […]

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Indian Wells Final Juan Martin del Potro Defeats Roger Federer Where the Dark Side Thrives

del Potro

TweetJuan Martin del Potro’s 6-4, 6-7, 7-6 victory over Roger Federer in the BNP Paribas Open Final 2018 shed light on what both men are capable of in very challenging circumstances and gave us a glimpse into the darker side of two very popular champions.  When you lift a heavy rock or stone, the kind […]

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Indian Wells Preview Who Will Win? The Five Most Likely Champs

Indian Wells

TweetIndian Wells is the first ATP 1000 title of the season and while it may be missing a few big names, there are plenty of worthy champions in the wings. The Tennis Review gives you five of them, and a few honorable mentions. Roger Federer (1)- Champion 2004-06, 2012, 2017 This draw could not have […]

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Roger Federer The Old Tennis Player and the No.1 Ranking.

TweetBy beating Robin Haase in the quarter-finals of the Rotterdam Open, Roger Federer, at the age of 36, became the oldest male player to be ranked No.1 in the world. The Tennis Review reviews how the Swiss got back to the pinnacle of the sport and wonders how long he could end up staying there. Roger […]

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There Are Legends, There Are Other Legends, And Then There Is Roger Federer

Roger Federer Australian Open 2018

TweetRoger Federer (2) defeated Marin Cilic (6)  6-2, 6-7 (5),  6-3, 3-6, 6-1.  Roger Federer’s five set win over Marin Cilic in the 2018 Australian Open men’s singles final on the Rod Laver Arena played under the admiring eyes of the legend himself was the Swiss’ record tying 6th AO title, his record 20th slam, […]

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Australian Open Final 2018 Preview Marin Cilic Vs Roger Federer

Australian Open Men Final

TweetSecond seed and defending champion Roger Federer will take on sixth seed and first time Melbourne finalist Marin Cilic to win the 2018 Men’s Australian Open trophy. The Tennis Review previews the action and predicts the winner. Paths to the final Federer came into the Australian Open as the favorite and he has lived up to […]

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Australian Open 2018 Men’s Draw Discussion Who Will Win Their Quarters?

Australian Open

TweetTennis fans know only too well that our sport has no off season – the break between the last tour match of one season and the first official match of the next season is all of 42 days- but, while, it does seem harsh on players, one is hard pressed to fault ardent fans who […]

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Australian Open Preview Roger Federer on Course for Date with Slam No. 20

Australian Open Preview

TweetAfter having spent four and a half years looking for slam number 18 and finally finding it in Melbourne last season, Roger Federer is, after just a year, looking on course for a date with number 20.  We have seen more of Federer than we have seen of a lot of the potential big name […]

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2017 Men’s Tennis- The Year the Comebacks Beat the Breakthroughs in the Battle of the Band Aids

Fedal

TweetIn 2017, men’s tennis saw the early signs of a shift at the top with Dominic Thiem, Sascha Zverev and Grigor Dimitrov all asserting themselves in the top 10, but the younger players were not able to outshine the return to the top of Fedal, a resurgence, which, along with the promise shown by the […]

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How Did Grigor Dimitrov Become the First of the Lost Generation to Find His Way?

Dimitrov

TweetGrigor Dimitrov’s ATP Finals win was the biggest victory yet for a member of men’s tennis’ lost generation, made up of the Bulgarian, Milos Raonic, Kei Nishikori, and David Goffin, all currently aged 26-27, all heralded from 2012-2014 as the ATP’s young guns, and all seeming to have lost their way in their bid to […]

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