Category Archives: Rome

Welcome Alexander Zverev Men’s Tennis Has Been Waiting For You

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TweetAlexander Zverev‘s 6-4, 6-3 defeat of Novak Djokovic in the Rome final was the breakthrough from a young player tennis fans had been waiting for, and the ease and confidence with which he managed it signaled to the tennis world there is nothing Next about Sascha Zverev, this big time tennis champion is all about […]

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Rome Final Preview Novak Djokovic Versus Alexander Zverev

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TweetNovak Djokovic (2), in his first ATP 1000 final of the season, plays Alexander Zverev (16), in the first one of his career, for the Rome title. The Tennis Review previews the action and asks how Zverev will cope with the occasion and which Djokovic will show up for his first ATP 1000 final since […]

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Rome ATP 1000 Preview Who Needs A Strong Roman Run and Who Needs a Holiday?

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TweetThe final clay ATP 1000 event of the season is here, the Rome Masters, and the last chance for many of the pros to get some last week match play and confidence before Roland Garros. However, at the end of a long clay stretch, some players may need more of a Roman holiday than more […]

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Rome Final Andy Murray Defeats Novak Djokovic on Final Stretch to Roland Garros Five Points

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TweetAndy Murray’s 6-3, 6-3 defeat of Novak Djokovic in the Rome final earned the second seed his first title of the year. The Tennis Review looks back at the Scot’s best career performance on slow European clay courts, one that sees him go into Roland Garros as one of the favorites. Murray scored his first […]

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Rome ATP Review Novak Djokovic Wins Fourth ATP 1000 Title in 2015

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TweetNovak Djokovic won the Rome ATP 1000 tournament and became the first player to win Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo and Rome in the same season. Before the tournament began, The Tennis Review asked five questions about the event. Now it is over, we look at the answers to those questions. Is Djokovic starting to […]

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Rome ATP Final Preview Novak Djokovic Vs Roger Federer

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TweetNovak Djokovic and Roger Federer will compete for the 39th time in the 2015 ATP 1000 Rome final. The Tennis Review previews the contest and predicts the winner. Head to head: Roger Federer leads the head to head 20-18. Federer leads the clay head to head 4-3. Recent history: Since Federer’s resurgence in 2014, the rivals […]

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Rome ATP 1000 Will Answer Five Questions About ATP Tour

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TweetThe Rome ATP 1000 tournament is the last significant warm up to the French Open. The slow clay conditions will give a good indication of who will do well in Paris and the tournament, featuring the ‘Big Four’, will answer five important questions about the ATP Tour.  Does Federer have a serious shot at winning […]

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Nadal destroys Federer in Rome

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TweetRafael Nadal destroying Roger Federer in a Clay court final is not news. We’ve seen it before, when Federer was in his prime, too. Neither man’s fans will forget Nadal’s destruction of a prime Federer in the 2008 French Open final to the loss of 4 games. Nadal winning his seventh Italian Open final, there’s […]

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Serena’s slow clay success in Rome

TweetSerena William’s 6-1, 6-3 defeat of Vika Azarenka in the Italian Open final was another question answered to her critics and an affirmation to her fans. Her win in Madrid, so the whispers went, was questionable. It was not real clay, not like the clay, say, in Paris. The altitude of the host city made […]

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