Category Archives: Beijing

Novak Djokovic’s Brilliant Beijing Run Reviewed


TweetNovak Djokovic was not expected to dominate the field like he did last week at the ATP 500 event in Beijing. Though he has won the last four times he had played there, the Serbian was coming off a U.S Open Series slump, and his form was uncertain. But Beijing brings out the best in […]

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Beijing Quarter Final Previews

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Tweet The tennis review previews the Beijing  China Open  ATP 500 quarter-finals, an exciting line up which features 4 slam winners, one of the game’s best servers, one of its cleanest hitters, the next-big-thing and a qualifier who likes scaring Nadal at slams. Cilic Vs Murray. Murray was Cilic’s nemesis for a long time – […]

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Beijing Open: Questions the event will answer for the tennis world.


TweetThe ATP 500 China Open event in Beijing next week is one much anticipated by tennis fans and will answer some important questions about the tennis world when it comes to players of the likes of Nadal, Djokovic, Murray and Cilic. It’s over. The wait is over. Since the U.S Open ended three weeks ago, […]

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Serena wins big in Beijing in the Asian Swing

TweetSerena William’s stellar 2013 continued into the Asian Swing of the tour. The world number one made only one appearance but she made it a big one and at the biggest tournament, too, the Premier Mandatory China Open. The American skipped the Tokyo Premier tournament, which in her absence was won by Petra Kvitova. The […]

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Stars realign themselves in Asian swing

TweetThis season’s Asian swing saw three of the game’s biggest stars realign themselves in different ways. First, and most significantly, Rafael Nadal, in reaching the Beijing final, reclaimed the number one position in the ATP rankings. Leading the race since the first half of the season, the Spaniard’s strong display in his least successful part […]

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