Once Again, Sara Errani Proves She Isn’t Done Yet

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Another day, another three-setter for Sara Errani. The Italian went three sets in every Australian Open qualifying match and her Gippsland Trophy warmup match. So, it was no surprise Errani found herself in another tussle during her first round match at the Australian Open against Wang Qiang. Errani went down 6-2 after the first set […] READ MORE



2021 WTA Tour Players to Watch: Sofia Kenin

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Sofia Kenin joined the Grand Slam winners circle with a win at the Australian Open in 2020. Her win came as a surprise to many, but then with Kenin that always seems to be the case. However, her success in Melbourne was no fluke. The young American made the fourth round of the US Open […] READ MORE


How To Make the Australian Open Quarantine More Fair

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As Tennis Australia considers a plea from Novak Djokovic for better treatment of Australian Open players in hard quarantine, the “Happy Slam” needs a happy medium. The Australian public, with a sterling track record managing the pandemic, Naomi Osaka, and Serena Williams–to have the ability to train leading up to the Australian Open when others […] READ MORE


The Australian Open: Embarrassing, Stupid, and Unfair

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By now I’m sure you know the situation in Australia due to COVID: If you don’t live there you can’t visit unless you have citizenship; if your parents or kids are there and you haven’t seen them for God knows how long you still can’t enter. Even if you have citizenship and are re-entering the […] READ MORE



WTA Abu Dhabi Open: Sabalenka Stands Tall, Breakthrough For Gasanova

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Some things in tennis will most likely remain unchanged even in these disorientating times. Aryna Sabalenka playing tennis at a breakneck pace, with power and courage, is one of them. The soon-to-be World No.7 sealed a perfect week in the Emirati capital by winning the inaugural WTA Abu Dhabi Open, beating the hopeless Veronika Kudermetova […] READ MORE


The best ATP players without a singles title

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Winning a title is a significant goal for all professional tennis players. It is, though, a feat which has alluded a number of established current and former ATP singles players. Former world #25 Julien Benneteau, who retired in 2018, is perhaps the most notable case. The Frenchman failed to win any of the 10 tour-level […] READ MORE