Category Archives: Juan Martin Del Potro

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

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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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Juan Martin del Potro Stockholm Trophy Run Five Points

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TweetJuan Martin del Potro’s comeback to the ATP tour has gone from strength to strength since Delray Beach and was sealed with a title run in Stockholm. The Tennis Review looks at the Argentine’s return to men’s tennis’ Champion’s circle. The Stockholm trophy is del Potro’s first since Sydney ‘14 del Potro’s latest trophy has […]

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Rio Olympics Tennis Review del Potro’s Spirited Run Just What Tennis Needed

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TweetTennis at the Rio Olympics had the tennis world largely divided in the run up to the event. For some it was a glorified, pointless, literally so with the ATP not awarding any, exhibition that did not belong at the event. For others, it was, potentially, the biggest achievement of their career, an occasion where […]

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Juan Martin del Potro On Fire on the Forehand Knocks Novak Djokovic Out Of Rio

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TweetJuan Martin del Potro in the first round of a hard court event, and not just any old hard court event but the Olympics, and in South America, too, as Novak Djokovic found out, is about as tough a draw as tennis delivers. The Tennis Review looks back on a match which brought tennis at […]

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Juan Martin del Potro’s Return to Clay Court Tennis Five Points

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TweetJuan del Potro’s comeback continues this clay season after the Argentine made his appearances in two upcoming tournaments official. The Tennis Review looks ahead to the 2009 US Open Champs clay schedule and reviews some of the Argentine’s highlights on the red stuff. del Potro made the announcement on twitter and facebook del Potro let […]

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Miami Open Preview Roger Federer Vs Juan Martin del Potro

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TweetRoger Federer takes on old foe Juan Martin del Potro in the Miami Open second round today. The Tennis Review previews a much anticipated match between two players on very different injury comebacks.  History: Federer may lead the head to head 15-5, but del Potro prevailed in their most significant match, the 2009 US Open […]

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BNP Paribas Open Preview Round 2 Juan Martin del Potro Versus Tomas Berdych

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TweetJuan Martin del Potro’s comeback from injury will come up against its biggest challenge yet when he takes on Tomas Berdych (6) in the second round of the BNP Paribas Open. The Tennis Review looks at the Argentine’s chances of pulling off the upset.  History: del Potro leads the head to head 4-2, but they […]

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Juan Martin Del Potro Delray Beach Comeback Fan Survival Guide

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TweetJuan Martin del Potro makes his long-awaited comeback from injury next week in Delray Beach. The Tennis Review gives you its del Potro comeback fan survival guide as his followers brace themselves for yet another return to the tour. Have no expectations and enjoy the ride del Potro fans know better than to have high […]

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Miami Open Preview: Questions the Miami Open Will Answer about Nadal, Del Potro and Nishikori


TweetThe Miami Open, the season’s second ATP 1000 tournament kicks off today and will answer some questions for tennis fans about the state of Rafael Nadal, Juan Martin del Potro and Kei Nishikori’s games.  Can Rafael Nadal get back to the top? Rafael Nadal’s fans must be feeling concerned about their favorite’s 2015 form. Miami, […]

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Five Reasons to Look Forward to Juan Martin Del Potro’s Comeback in Miami

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TweetJuan Martin Del Potro makes his second comeback attempt after his 2014 wrist surgery at the 2015 Miami Open. The Tennis Review is looking forward to the Argentine’s return for good reasons. 1. That forehand. Del Potro executes the forehand with his trademark relaxed style making the powerful stroke he unleashes even more electrifying to watch. […]

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