Tag Archives: Tennis

Kei Nishikori Versus Richard Gasquet Montreal R2

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TweetRichard Gasquet and Kei Nishikori will play for the 11th time when they meet in the Montreal 2nd round on Wednesday. Gasquet leads the head to head 7-3. The Richard Gasquet and Kei Nishikori rivalry goes all the way back to Tokyo 2008 on outdoor hard when Richard Gasquet defeated Nishikori for the loss of […]

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Thirty30 Tennis What You Need to Know

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TweetProfessional tennis is sports entertainment in 2018 and the sport’s governing bodies are not afraid to tinker with the rules to give us what they believe is a more exciting version of the game that will capture new fans. One idea put forward to the ITF that might play a role one day is Mark […]

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Australian L’Alpina Serves Up Retro and Urban Tennis Style This Grass Court Season

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TweetThat most stylish of tennis seasons, the Grass court one, is upon us and for tennis fans inspired by the lawn tennis panache of Federer, Dimitrov, and Murray, Australian L’Alpina UK’s heritage and lifestyle collection is serving up the chance to add even more style to your on-court and off-court tennis life. The Tennis Review gives you the […]

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Diamonds Are A Tennis Racket’s Best Friend 5 Questions With Bijou Tennis Founder Agnese Rozite

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TweetWith 56 of the world’s elite players competing in one of the world’s most beautiful and prestigious tennis locations, Monte Carlo, this week, men’s tennis is all about exclusivity. To celebrate, The tennis review asked five questions to Bijou Tennis’ founder and creator Agnese Rozite about her stylish diamond studded tennis rackets, her tennis playing style, […]

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Tennis 2016 A Tale of Two Number Ones Novak Djokovic Andy Murray

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Tweet2016 was shaping up to be a repeat of the Novak Djokovic No.1 show 2015 until Andy Murray stepped up and put the fight back into men’s tennis. The Tennis Review looks back at 2016’s A Tale of Two Number Ones. History Repeating A familiar scene played out in this year’s Australian Open final- Novak Djokovic tearing Andy […]

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Tennis Christmas 2016 What ATP Top Players Want

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Tweet Christmas is here and it’s time for men’s tennis’ top players to receive some much deserved presents from the Tennis Santa. None of those presents will be entirely gift wrapped, of course, the likes of Federer, Murray and Zverev having worked hard over the years to get into the position where whatever Santa brings […]

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Juan Martin del Potro Stockholm Trophy Run Five Points

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TweetJuan Martin del Potro’s comeback to the ATP tour has gone from strength to strength since Delray Beach and was sealed with a title run in Stockholm. The Tennis Review looks at the Argentine’s return to men’s tennis’ Champion’s circle. The Stockholm trophy is del Potro’s first since Sydney ‘14 del Potro’s latest trophy has […]

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Five Questions With Saboor Khan On Life As A Tennis Ballboy

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Tweet Ever wondered how it feels to be a ball-boy at a professional tennis event? We talked to Saboor Khan about his experiences. 1. How did you get into ball boying?  I first got into ball boying when I made the tryouts. They choose the people who are good. 2. What has been your most […]

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Rome Final Andy Murray Defeats Novak Djokovic on Final Stretch to Roland Garros Five Points

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TweetAndy Murray’s 6-3, 6-3 defeat of Novak Djokovic in the Rome final earned the second seed his first title of the year. The Tennis Review looks back at the Scot’s best career performance on slow European clay courts, one that sees him go into Roland Garros as one of the favorites. Murray scored his first […]

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Five Questions With Luxury Tennis Bag Designer Alison van der Lande

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TweetThe tennis circuit is about to hit one of the world’s most stylish cities, Paris, for Roland Garros so The Tennis Review decided to ask luxury tennis bag designer Alison van der Lande five questions about her lovely tennis bags (we’ve felt them and they feel as good as they look), her favorite players, and […]

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