2015 Madrid Open: Mid-week Marathon Matches for Serena and Kyrgios

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The women took center stage today in Spain at the Madrid Open and they did not disappoint. Nineteen time Grand Slam champion and world #1, Serena Williams, who remains undefeated in 2015, took on the two-time Australian Open champion and former world #1 Victoria Azarenka in an atypical fourth round match. View image | gettyimages.com […] READ MORE



Angelique Kerber: Knocking on Top Ten’s Door Once More

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Angelique Kerber’s ascent up the WTA rankings, though steady and newsworthy, paled in comparison to her dramatic fall out of the top ten. Kerber became all too familiar with early round losses over the course of the last two seasons. Kerber achieved a career high ranking of five in the world in October 2012 following her […] READ MORE



Jack Sock: Sacking the Competition

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Jack Sock, just twenty-two years of age, won his first ATP tour title at the U.S. Clay Court Championships defeating fellow American, Sam Querrey in straight sets 7-6, 7-6. Sock, with this impressive win, has achieved a career high ranking of thirty-six in the world and should he maintain this momentum on the dirt, it […] READ MORE



Daria Gavrilova: Gaining Ground and Attention

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Daria Gavrilova, just twenty-one years of age, made the most of her time in the sunshine state by defeating the world’s number two ranked player Maria Sharapova in straight sets. It was an impressive and mesmerizing display of raw talent, focused aggression and high-risk play which, if maintained, will continue to pay dividends. Despite her […] READ MORE


Sabine Lisicki: What Have you Done for me Lately?

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Sabine Lisicki, the 25-year-old German power-house, typically let’s her racquet do the talking but for the better part of last season and the one prior, all we heard was silence. She is, and perhaps will remain, consistently unpredictable. In 2009, at the age of 19, Lisicki made the quarters at Wimbledon and won her first […] READ MORE