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Rafa Nadal Montreal Preview 3 Wins From Best ATP View Hard Work Can Earn You

Nadal Montreal

TweetRafa Nadal is three matches away from holding the No.1 ranking for the first time since July 6 2014. The Tennis Review previews Nadal’s potential last steps back up to the best ATP Tour view hard work can earn you.  For a man who has won 46 matches this season, and won a minimum three […]

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ATP Montréal Final Review Five Things Andy Murray Did Right Vs Djokovic


TweetAndy Murray marked his return to the ATP no.2 spot by beating world no.1 Novak Djokovic 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 in the ATP 1000 Montreal final in nearly three hours. The Tennis Review looks at what Murray did right to put an end to a run of eight straight defeats to his long-time rival. He showed […]

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ATP 1000 Montreal Final Preview Novak Djokovic Vs Andy Murray


TweetWorld No.1 Novak Djokovic takes on soon to be world No.2 Andy Murray in the final of the ATP 1000 Canadian Open. The Tennis Review previews the action and predicts the winner. Head to head: Djokovic leads 19-8 and has won their last eight matches including this season’s Australian Open final and the Miami 1000 […]

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ATP Montréal Kei Nishikori Vs Andy Murray Semi-final Preview


Tweet  Andy Murray and Kei Nishikori will meet for the sixth time when they face off in the ATP Canadian Open semis tonight. The tennis review previews the action and predicts the winner in this high stakes clash. Head to head: Murray leads 4-1. Their last match, in Madrid this season, was won by Murray […]

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ATP Montréal Five Players Most Likely to Stop Novak Djokovic


TweetNovak Djokovic will be going for his fifth ATP 1000 title of 2015 when he enters the ATP 1000 Canadian Open this week. The world No.1 will go into the event as the heavy favourite, but his path to the title will feature some big obstacles. The Tennis Review looks at the five players most […]

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Nadal the poly-trick pony

TweetRafael Nadal proved he was a poly-trick pony when he won the Montreal Masters Sunday. Mind you, he was not really proving anything. More reminding. After all two Wimbledon titles, an Australian Open title, a US Open title and several hard court Masters are already pretty convincing evidence. But he had not won a title […]

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Gulbis gets going against Murray in Montreal

TweetIt is quite a sight at which to marvel, a rare event, but when it occurs, the tennis Gods be proud: the sight of Ernst Gulbis hitting the high notes and handling the low ones, too. For Andy Murray, it was a sight his season could very much have lived without. The Scotsman is about […]

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