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2020 Top Ten Men’s Tennis Things.

TweetThiem wins the US Open. Thiem was 27 when he won his first Major, and he’s the youngest reigning Major champion. I think that speaks for itself about the state of men’s tennis 2020. The final versus Sascha Zverev was thrilling, but for all the wrong reasons. Still, it’s hard to criticise those two men […]

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Playing the Waiting Game

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TweetIt’s been some time since tennis fans got to enjoy the classical sporting narrative of the young guard usurping the old elite. The Tennis review looks back at the last few years, asks why this changing of the guard has not happened and hopes the waiting game will soon end and we’ll have some Next […]

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How Will Covid-19 Affect Tennis?


TweetWith the recent outbreak of COVID-19, the professional tennis season has been suspended until the 7th June 2020. This includes the Grand Slam Roland Garros which was originally scheduled for the 24th May to the 7th June. At this moment in time, tournaments post the French Open are still intending to be played, though with […]

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ATP Tour Time to Bring the End of Season to Life Again

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TweetFans of David Nalbandian will know the featured photo above and fondly so- the Argentine proudly holding his 2005 ATP WTF trophy which he won ranked 12, as a replacement for Andy Roddick, beating Roger Federer in a five set final. Five set finals, inspiring upsets, surprise winners, the factors present in Nalbandian’s ’05 WTF […]

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Tennis Christmas 2016 What ATP Top Players Want

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Tweet Christmas is here and it’s time for men’s tennis’ top players to receive some much deserved presents from the Tennis Santa. None of those presents will be entirely gift wrapped, of course, the likes of Federer, Murray and Zverev having worked hard over the years to get into the position where whatever Santa brings […]

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Seven Signs Rafa Nadal Is Back- and the Two Signs We Are Waiting For


TweetThe answer to the question of whether or not Rafa Nadal is back to his Roland Garros winning best was clearer after his Barcelona win last weekend. The Tennis Review looks at seven signs from Nadal’s play the last couple of months which tell us he is back, and looks ahead to two more signs […]

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Barcelona Open Final Preview Rafa Nadal Versus Kei Nishikori

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TweetThe Barcelona Open final features Rafa Nadal (1) up against Kei Nishikori (2) who have won the last five titles in the Catalan Capital between them. The Tennis Review previews the match and predicts the winner. The word on the tennis courts is that, after winning the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters and breaking down his […]

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Dominic Thiem and His Generation The Lowdown Tomic Sock Vesely

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TweetDominic Thiem is currently leading his generation, (players born between 1993 and 1995), in the rise to the top of the world rankings. The Tennis Review takes a look at these young players, what they have achieved, where they are now and what might lie ahead. Dominic Thiem, 22 years old Thiem is on a […]

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ATP Clay Court Season 2016 Seven Questions Djokovic Nadal Zverev Thiem

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TweetThe Clay Court Season is underway and there are plenty of questions tennis fans will have about what the red stuff will serve up. The Tennis Review gives you seven of them. Will Novak Djokovic win the French Open and complete the career grand slam? The big one. The question that will dominate the tennis […]

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ATP 2016 First Quarter Review Djokovic Dominates, the Young Guns Start Firing


TweetThe ATP Tour is a quarter of the way through its 2016 season now that the Australian Open- Miami stretch is done. The Tennis Review looks back at a first quarter which featured a familiar narrative of a dominating Djokovic as his main challengers suffered, and some less familiar exciting sub-plots featuring up and coming […]

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