Category Archives: Rogers Cup

Rafa Nadal Montreal Preview 3 Wins From Best ATP View Hard Work Can Earn You

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TweetRafa Nadal is three matches away from holding the No.1 ranking for the first time since July 6 2014. The Tennis Review previews Nadal’s potential last steps back up to the best ATP Tour view hard work can earn you.  For a man who has won 46 matches this season, and won a minimum three […]

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Rogers Cup Review Novak Djokovic Staying Strong at No.1 His Rivals Still Have Far to Go

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TweetNovak Djokovic’s run to the Rogers Cup 2016 title was a firm reassertion of his grip on the No.1 ranking and reminded the tennis world that when it comes to being the best in the game he is not going anywhere soon while his rivals still have a long road ahead of them. When Novak Djokovic […]

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Rogers Cup Final Preview Novak Djokovic Versus Kei Nishikori

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TweetNovak Djokovic has not been playing his best tennis at the Rogers Cup this week, but that has not stopped him making big ATP finals before and this week is no different. Neither Tomas Berdych or Gael Monfils were able to put another dent into Djokovic’s 2016 despite having their opportunities, particularly Berdych who held […]

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Rogers Cup Preview Novak Djokovic Leads Dangerous Field Out to Upset No 1

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TweetNovak Djokovic‘s main hard court rivals’ absence from the 2016 Canadian Open draw with the Rio Olympics looming will be of little comfort to the No.1 seed who was reminded so emphatically by Sam Querrey at Wimbledon that anyone with the right game can take out the top seed if he is less than his […]

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Roger Federer Is Right to Skip ATP 1000 Canadian Open Five Reasons Why

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TweetRoger Federer’s decision to skip the 2015 ATP 1000 Canadian Open will have disappointed fans who were planning to catch him in action in the US Open warm-up event, but, in the long term,  it is the right decision for both himself and his fans. The Tennis Review gives you five reasons why. 1. The Canadian […]

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Rogers Cup Final Review: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Takes out Roger Federer in Two

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TweetJo-Wilfried Tsonga won the ATP 1000 Rogers Cup trophy by beating second seeded Roger Federer 7-5, 7-6. The title was Tsonga’s second ATP 1000 win after his 2008 Paris Open success. Tsonga and Federer held serves deep into the first set. But with Federer serving to stay in the set at 5-6, the Swiss hit […]

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Rogers Cup Semi-finals review: Federer and Tsonga cruise through to the final

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TweetRoger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga both advanced to the final of the ATP 1000 event The Rogers Cup in Toronto dropping only 7 games each in their respective matches. Tsonga was up first, and broke Dimitrov 3 times in his 6-4, 6-3 win. Tsonga struggled with his first serve, making only 49 percent of them, […]

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Rogers Cup Day 5 Review: Roger Federer celebrates birthday with win over Ferrer

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TweetRoger Federer celebrated his 33rd birthday by battling past David Ferrer 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 to make the semi-finals of the ATP 1000 event The Rogers Cup. Federer cruised through the first set, breaking Ferrer 3 times, the crucial one coming at 5-3 to take the first set. Ferrer fought back in the second set and […]

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Rogers Cup Day 4 ATP Round up: Roger Federer Pushed to Brink by Marin Cilic

TweetThe last sixteen match at the Rogers Cup between Roger Federer (2) and Marin Cilic (15) was expected to be a cracker but just how many fireworks would be lit off by this match no one could have predicted. Federer came through 7-6 (5), 6-7(3), 6-4, but not before letting six match points slip in […]

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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Inflicts Biggest Defeat on Djokovic for Years.

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TweetYou have to go quite far back to when Djokovic suffered such a heavy defeat as he did in the last sixteen of the Rogers Cup to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. First though, let’s look at this defeat. Djokovic started out fine enough, racing through his first service game. Tsonga held comfortably, too. Then in Djokovic’s service […]

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