Category Archives: US Open

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

Federer SABR

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


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

US Open Federer

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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Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal at the US Open and the Rivalry Missing Link


Tweet  The Federer- Nadal rivalry has been one of the most enthralling in tennis, a clash of contrasts that has spanned 11 years and 33 matches on the world’s biggest stages. There is one notable exception though – the US Open. The tennis review looks at how the rivalry might have turned out had they […]

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Can Roger Federer win the US Open 2015?


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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Marin Cilic’s Pleasantly (un)Surprising Journey to the U.S Open Title


TweetMarin Cilic’s U.S Open surprised the tennis world, Cilic himself, and announced to the world not only a new slam champion but the fact slams were there for whoever had it in them to step up and take them. The tennis world was pretty divided about whether or not Cilic was the man for the […]

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U.S Open Quarter-Final Reviews: Federer Comes Back to Beat Monfils, Cilic Slaughters Berdych

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TweetThe story of the U.S Open quarter-finals was Roger Federer’s 4-6, 3-6, 6-4, 7-5, 6-2 win over Gael Monfils. The Frenchman took an error-ridden first set 6-4, which inspired him as he played some of his best tennis (10 winners to 4 errors) to win the second set 6-3. Federer, who made 26 errors in the […]

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The US Open review

TweetTournament: The US Open 2013 The tennis review picks the best of the bunch from the US Open. Player of the tournament: Stanislas Wawrinka. The tennis review takes whatever chance it gets to give props to Stan but this US Open he really outdid himself. Stan proved he could beat two of the top ten […]

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US Open sees Greats hold the trophies

TweetThe 2013 US Open finals saw two of the greatest players in the game beat their current closest rivals in tournaments which went some way to closing arguments over their status in the game. The two winners of the US Open, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams, do not just have that tournament in common in […]

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