The most dangerous unseeded men at the 2016 US Open

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There are always a handful of floaters who are capable of causing an upset in the early rounds of a Grand Slam. These are players are ones that seeds will want to avoid at all costs. This year’s US Open is no different, below are just some of the most dangerous unseeded players in the […] READ MORE




Panelists Predictions for 2016 French Open Men's Day 5 Matches Including Ferrer vs. Monaco

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Our panel of Steen Kirby, Stefano Berlincioni, and Manuel Traquete take a look at the best French Open matches ahead today on the men’s side, and offer their predictions. For predictions of Day 5 women’s matches, click here.  David Ferrer vs. Juan Monaco Embed from Getty Images Steen: I would pick Monaco given how poor Ferrer […] READ MORE


Best of the 2016 French Open Men's First Round

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Forecasted rain could delay the start of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros in Paris, and that would create a flurry of activity to finish the first round matches in a reasonable amount of time. With all that said, there are a handful of intriguing opening round matchups that are worth watching on the men’s […] READ MORE


ATP Stock Watch: 2016 Monte Carlo Rolex Masters

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The European spring clay court season begins with the Masters 1000 stop in Monte Carlo, it’s not a mandatory event, but with such a beautiful venue, and plenty of prize money and ranking points to offer, most of the big names in men’s tennis have headed to the French Riviera to try their luck. Here […] READ MORE


ATP Stock Watch: Australian Open 2016

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The first marquee tournament of the 2016 ATP season is the 2016 Australian Open. With all of the top players except Richard Gasquet participating, some look poised to post good results, while others could crash out before the first week is over. Novak Djokovic enters as the tournament favorite, and of course qualifies as “hot” […] READ MORE



Are the Youngsters Set to Challenge the Status Quo in 2016?

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The upper echelons of men’s tennis looked under little threat from the hot prospects in 2015. But after a season of consolidation or disappointment, we look at how the game's younger talents will be incentivised and come to genuinely challenge tennis’ status quo. It has certainly been a promising start for them in 2016… READ MORE


Lessons from Week 1 of the 2016 ATP Tour Season

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We’re just one week into the 2016 ATP Tour season, but we’re already seeing signs of how the year will play out from the opening trio of 250 tournaments in Brisbane, Doha, and Chennai. Here is a look at lessons to take from these tournaments. Novak Djokovic remains unstoppable on hard courts Embed from Getty […] READ MORE