Berdych: Not Enough Aces in the Pack

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Tomas Berdych, an ever-present at the top of the men’s game for much of the last five years, has enjoyed another stellar season to finish sixth in the world rankings. His consistency and reliability should be lauded and admired, however his inability to seriously trouble the game’s elite is primarily why his greatest individual triumph […] READ MORE


Croatian Borna Coric On The Rise

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Three weeks ago at the Paris Masters in Bercy, Borna Coric traipsed off Court Central having suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of a rampant and focused Andy Murray. It took the Scot just 58 minutes to dismiss the young Croatian pretender and end his season with a frightful memory, however he has every […] READ MORE


Unfancied Belgium Host 2015 Davis Cup Final

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Belgium have overcome Switzerland, Canada and Argentina to reach their first Davis Cup final in 111 years. Victories over the defending champions and two powerful tennis nations are impressive achievements, however the highest-calibre opponent encountered en route to a historic showdown with Great Britain was Leonardo Mayer – ranked thirty-nine in the world. Belgian hero, […] READ MORE


London Calling For The ATP Top Eight

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When the Grand Slam season goes into hibernation after the US Open, the last few months of the year can be a grind for both fans and competitors as fatigued players drag their aching limbs across Asia and back into Europe to complete a grueling eleven-month ATP campaign. London Calling For The ATP Top Eight […] READ MORE