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

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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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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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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?

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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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Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal, and the Race for the Real Number One

Federer Nadal

TweetRafa Nadal’s Beijing win and run to the Shanghai final looks, on paper, like it might have helped seal him the year end No.1 ranking- the Spaniard has 10,465 points to second ranked Roger Federer’s 8,505- but, those numbers might not add up, to some, to equal who was the best player in 2017, the […]

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

ATP Tour

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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Roland Garros 2017 Rafa Nadal Looks Ready to Bite A 10th French Open Trophy

Rafa Nadal

TweetRafa Nadal has already achieved two La Decimas this season, but in Nadal’s world, there are La Decimas and then there are La Decimas, and for Nadal, the most important one is coming up at Roland Garros. The Tennis Review looks at the case for and against Nadal achieving what would be one of the, if […]

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Roger Federer Tennis God Full Time Style Icon On the Side Top Ten Looks

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TweetRoger Federer has not just been hitting the headlines in the tennis world with his wins at the Australian Open, Indian Wells and Miami– the Swiss star has also been gracing the world’s fashion pages with his recent GQ feature and turning heads at the Met Gala in his King Cobra tux. The Tennis Review celebrates Federer’s championship form, […]

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Roger Federer Indian Wells Victory The Time Is Now Once Again

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TweetRoger Federer’s BNP Paribas Open trophy win was his fifth win in the Californian desert and came 13 years after his first win in Indian Wells, his then first ever ATP 1000 trophy. The Tennis Review looks back at the ninth seed’s run to the title which showcased a timeless game making the time right […]

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