Category Archives: US Open 2015

US Open Final Novak Djokovic Defeats Roger Federer Head Trumps the Heart

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TweetThe heart said, and with such conviction many people listened, the 2015 US champion would be Roger Federer. The 34 year old veteran going for his 18th slam. The all-time great in the form of his life making the US Open final for the first time since 2009 and for the first time getting there […]

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US Open Final Preview Novak Djokovic Vs Roger Federer Who Will Win?

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TweetThe 2015 US Open men’s final serves up the 42nd career meeting between world No.1 Novak Djokovic and No.2 Roger Federer, and their second Grand Slam final in a row. The Tennis Review previews the action and predicts the winner. History at the Open: Roger Federer is a five time US Open Champion (2004-8), a […]

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US Open Semi-Final 5 Reasons Marin Cilic Could Finally Beat Novak Djokovic

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Tweet  Marin Cilic may trail his head to head with Novak Djokovic 0-13, but the defending champion has a great opportunity to get his first win over the world no.1 when the two meet in this year’s US Open semi-finals. The Tennis Review gives you five reasons why the man who surprised much of the […]

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Roger Federer Vs John Isner US Open Round 4 Preview

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TweetRoger Federer and John Isner will contest what is easily the highest profile US Open fourth round battle this year. The Tennis Review previews the action and predicts the winner. Head to head: Roger Federer leads the head to head 4-1, and has won all three of their hard courts matches (US Open ’07, Shanghai […]

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US Open Lowdown The Roger Federer SABR (Sneak Attack By Roger) Return

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TweetRoger Federer’s SABR return has been creating a lot of headlines at this year’s US Open. The Tennis Review explains what the SABR is and what all the fuss is about. What is the SABR? Roger Federer calls the shot the SABR- the Sneak Attack by Roger- and that sums it up perfectly. When Roger […]

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US Open Third Round Fabio Fognini Defeats Rafael Nadal 5 Formidable Things

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TweetFabio Fognini’s comeback win over Rafael Nadal in the US Open third round was formidable for many reasons. The Tennis Review gives you five of them. Rafael Nadal had never lost from two sets to love up in a slam before. Before Nadal’s 6-3, 6-4, 4-6, 3-6, 4-6 loss to Fognini, the Spaniard had won […]

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US Open 2015 Preview The Favorites Roger Federer Novak Djokovic Andy Murray

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TweetThree former champions enter the US open 2015 as the main favorites- Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. The Tennis Review looks at their chances and predicts how they will do in the season’s final slam. Roger Federer Form coming in: Federer was in great form on his run to the Cincinnati title a […]

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Five Players Who Could Cause a Stir This US Open Coric Gulbis Monfils

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TweetThe US Open spotlight may be taken up by the top three favourites but there are still plenty of opportunities for lesser known players to cause a stir in New York. The Tennis Review looks at five players who could steal a few headlines over the next two weeks. Borna Coric Coric first hit the headlines […]

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Can Roger Federer win the US Open 2015?

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TweetRoger Federer will play his 15th US Open this season, a tournament he has won five times (2004-2008). The Swiss’ effective serving, all court game and shot making are still his strongest assets and we know he is more than able to win the title, the question is can he do it seven seasons after […]

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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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