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Wimbledon 2018 Review The Whole Greater than the Sum of the Parts

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TweetNovak Djokovic’s Wimbledon 2018 final 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 victory over 8th seeded Kevin Anderson, as impressive as it was in its showcase of the victor’s persistence, passion and champion’s mentality, will not go down in the all time top 100 slam finals list, but the tournament, as a whole, will likely go down in history […]

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Wimbledon 2018 Men’s Final Preview Kevin Anderson Vs Novak Djokovic


TweetNovak Djokovic (12) and Kevin Anderson (8) have given everything they could possibly give to put themselves in a position to contest this year’s Wimbledon final, but both men will need to give, as daunting as that must seem, even more on Sunday if they want to win the title. The Tennis Review takes a look […]

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Wimbledon Week 2 Preview Anyone else for del Potro for the title?


TweetAfter  a week of upsets which made a mockery of my predictions, here is my preview of  week 2 of the 2018 Men’s Singles Wimbledon Championships. Week 1 had plenty of upsets- check out some of the seeds who were knocked out: First quarter 16th seed and Halle Champ Borna Coric (lost to Dannii Medvedev […]

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Wimbledon 2018 Men’s Tennis Preview


TweetMen’s tennis’ finest will be competing for the prestigious Wimbledon trophy over the next two weeks, but who are the favorites? The Tennis Review looks at the main contenders for the 2018 Gentlemen’s singles trophy. The Favorites Marin Cilic, runner up 2017 Putting Marin Cilic at the top of this list seems only the sensible […]

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Wimbledon Men’s Final Review Andy Murray Defeats Milos Raonic


TweetA Federer or Djokovic-less road to a Grand Slam title finally lay before Andy Murray at this season’s Wimbledon, and, defeating Milos Raonic (6) 6-4, 7-6, 7-6 in the final, he was only too happy to cruise along the highway.  After eight years of reaching, and contesting,  slam finals, Murray’s eleventh final featured someone other […]

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Wimbledon Final Milos Raonic Vs Andy Murray Fight of Firsts for Beau and Favorite


TweetThe 2016 Men’s Wimbledon final between Milos Raonic (6) and Andy Murray (2) is one marked by differences in style, personality and experience but which will be defined by how each one handles the one thing they have in common- reaching a slam final in which both will experience something of a first. For Raonic, the […]

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Wimbledon Third Round Sam Querrey Defeats Novak Djokovic

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TweetFew saw Sam Querrey coming for Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon third round, but the American saw his chance, and he took it.  Sam Querrey, the 28th seed at Wimbledon, was not on many lists of players likely to end Novak Djokovic’s Grand Slam winning run. The world no. 41 trailed Djokovic 8-1 in their head […]

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Wimbledon 2016 Preview Five Questions the Grass Court Slam Will Answer

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TweetThe Wimbledon 2016 draw is out, and the tennis world looks forward to a fortnight of intriguing stories headlined by the game’s biggest stars, and some potential future champions. The Tennis Review gives you the five most intriguing questions the 2016 Championships will answer about the likes of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Nick Kyrgios. […]

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Wimbledon 2014 Ready For New Champion


TweetSince 2003, Wimbledon has been won by only the big four of Federer (7), Nadal (2), Djokovic (1) and Murray (1). But this year the title might be in the hands of someone else as the big four struggle with health, a host of players seem to be getting their games together and climbing the […]

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Tennis 101 from Wimbledon 2013

TweetThese are the lessons, some new, some revised, from Wimbledon 2013. 1. The Grass season needs to be longer. The ATP and WTA tennis seasons last ten months. A tenth of it is played on Grass with half of that time taken up by the world’s most recognized tournament. A tournament that does not even […]

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