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US Open 2019 Men’s Preview Djokovic on Course for USO Trophy No.4

Australian Open Djokovic

TweetBy the time the U.S. Open comes around each season, everything—right from the Tours to player thinktanks and entourages, businesses of the sport, the partners involved, and of course the devoted followers—is at fever pitch. And why not. One: the host city, New York City. Yes, the other cities to host a grand slam tournament […]

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Now the Chalk Dust has Settled

Roland Garros 2017

TweetNow that the Chalk dust has settled on Wimbledon 2019, I’ve started eating again. Washing, too. Today, I finally put out the rubbish. Nearly a fortnight has passed since the 2019 Men’s Wimbledon final which saw Novak Djokovic defeat Roger Federer in five sets, the final one the first match in the men’s competition to […]

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Wimbledon 2019 Men’s Singles The Favorites

TweetNovak Djokovic The defending champion and four time title holder (’11, ’14, ’15, ’18) had a tumultuous end to his Roland Garros ’18 and has not played an ATP Grass warm up tournament, but if he comes to Wimbledon focused and prepared, the trophy is likely his. Djokovic sits on top of the rankings with […]

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Roland Garros 2019 Men’s Draw Breakdown

Djokovic Rome

TweetTwo days. Two whole days until Roland Garros. With plenty of players breaking through this season and a whole host of different champions on the tour, and some old favorites, players and narratives, at the fore, this Roland Garros has the potential to be one of the most historically significant and downright entertaining for a […]

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Roland Garros 2019 The Favorites The Next in Line

Roland Garros Thiem

TweetRafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic may be the heavy favorites to win Roland Garros this season, but there is still a slam to be played and there are a few other players who could grab the title should their opportunities arise. First up is Dominic Thiem. The Austrian made the final last year and a […]

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Australian Open Mens Singles Draw Breakdown and Predictions

Roger Federer Australian Open 2018

TweetTrust the inimitable Ogden Nash to say it like it is, “Athletes, I’ll drink to you, Or eat with you Or anything except compete with you…” Here we are then, at the start of the new year and new tennis season: sunshine and popcorn at the ready Down Under while the northern hemisphere braves winters. […]

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Australian Open 2019 Men’s Preview

Australian Open

TweetThe Australian Open kicks off the Majors for 2019 after a short but sweet off-season. The Tennis Review previews the conditions that will play their part in producing the men’s champions as well as taking a look at the contenders to become part of tennis’ most prestigious champion’s club, the Grand Slam winner’s circle. The conditions and […]

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Indian Wells Final Juan Martin del Potro Defeats Roger Federer Where the Dark Side Thrives

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TweetJuan Martin del Potro’s 6-4, 6-7, 7-6 victory over Roger Federer in the BNP Paribas Open Final 2018 shed light on what both men are capable of in very challenging circumstances and gave us a glimpse into the darker side of two very popular champions.  When you lift a heavy rock or stone, the kind […]

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Indian Wells Preview Who Will Win? The Five Most Likely Champs

Indian Wells

TweetIndian Wells is the first ATP 1000 title of the season and while it may be missing a few big names, there are plenty of worthy champions in the wings. The Tennis Review gives you five of them, and a few honorable mentions. Roger Federer (1)- Champion 2004-06, 2012, 2017 This draw could not have […]

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Roger Federer The Old Tennis Player and the No.1 Ranking.

TweetBy beating Robin Haase in the quarter-finals of the Rotterdam Open, Roger Federer, at the age of 36, became the oldest male player to be ranked No.1 in the world. The Tennis Review reviews how the Swiss got back to the pinnacle of the sport and wonders how long he could end up staying there. Roger […]

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