Wozniacki vs Kuznetsova Headlines Day 3

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Two of the sport’s biggest names will fight for a spot in the third round of the US Open. As fate would have it, New York heralded the arrival of both Caroline Wozniacki and Svetlana Kuznetsova. Kuznetsova, now 31 years of age, lifted the trophy here in 2004. She defeated Lindsay Davenport and Elena Dementieva […] READ MORE


Rio 2016: Djokovic, Del Potro to Clash Early

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When the men’s singles draw was released for Rio, the matchup that drew the most attention was current #1 Novak Djokovic against former US Open winner Juan Martin Del Potro. This will be a rematch of their Olympic bronze medal match of the London Games in which Del Potro prevailed 7-5 6-4. Del Potro claims […] READ MORE


Zika Virus: A Scapegoat or Concern?

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During the summer of 2015, the Zika fever epidemic began in Brazil. Since then, it spread throughout South America and most of the Pacific. Many players have brought attention to this in regards to their Olympic participation. Among the men, Raonic, Berdych, Thiem, Isner, Kyrgios, Tomic, Lopez, Paire, and Pouille will not be attending. On the […] READ MORE


Day Two: Kuznetsova wins Blockbuster

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Serena Williams, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Andy Murray, Juan Martin Del Potro, and Stan Wawrinka all prevailed in a rain plagued day two of action at Wimbledon. Kuznetsova against Caroline Wozniacki was the blockbuster match of the day. Kuznetsova, the 13 seed and two-time Slam winner against former #1 Wozniacki. Wozniacki skipped the entire clay season with injury […] READ MORE


Tennis Fans: Why They Need Improvement

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Social media is a wonderful place for sports fans to interact, but fans have become increasingly difficult over the years. Tennis fans are no exception to that rule. While the Internet has brought fans closer together in dialogue, it has further separated them from reality. It makes tennis fans forget that players are human. Tennis Fans: […] READ MORE


Muguruza Denies Serena 22 in Paris

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The vast majority of fans and analysts looked at this year’s French Open final as Serena Williams‘ chance to get to 22 grand slam titles and tie Steffi Graf‘s total. Garbine Muguruza was not part of that group though. Muguruza took the match in straight sets, 7-5 6-4. Garbine Muguruza Wins the 2016 French Open Women’s […] READ MORE


Djokovic, Murray Win on Semifinal Day

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The final of Roland Garros is finally set as the men’s semifinal action was completed today in a rain-plagued tournament that left the men and women playing at the same time. Novak Djokovic made his fourth Roland Garros final, while Andy Murray made his first. They’ve played three times this year already, splitting two of […] READ MORE


One-Handers Seek Glory in Paris

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In what usually is considered a dead week on the tennis calendar, Dominic Thiem and Stan Wawrinka picked up titles in Nice and Geneva respectively. They will hope to back up their title runs in Paris next week. Both of these players possess one-handed backhands and heavy groundstrokes that have found their home on the […] READ MORE


When in Rome: What Fans Learned

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It was an eventful week in Rome where upsets occurred and big names reigned on the top. This recap has all of that and everything in between. Andy Murray can handle the clay in Rome   The Scottish player demonstrated his ability to play on clay in the past few years. Up until Munich last year, […] READ MORE


What we Learned Learned at the Mutua Madrid Open

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After a long week of thrilling tennis, it is time to recap some of the important highlights from the Mutua Madrid Open. What we Learned Learned at the Mutua Madrid Open Simona Halep Can Still Play Tennis The Romanian came into Madrid with a 10-9 record on the year, a couple of opening round losses. […] READ MORE