Olympic Tennis: Murray Fights Back in Vow for Gold

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It had the soundscape of a Davis Cup tie. British and Italian fans could be heard vying for bragging rights in Rio's tight centre court. But in this Davis Cup atmosphere, it was not to be a repeat of Fognini’s stunning 2014 Davis Cup victory. Instead, the Olympic Tennis Centre was the stage for some masterful Murray escapology. 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


Is Nadal Still The King Of Clay?

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Rafael Nadal is often referred to as the King of Clay. Having won a current total of 46 titles on the red dirt including nine French Open titles and 19 Masters 1000 clay titles. The Spaniard is the only person to win the French Open nine times.  His success on dirt over the years has […] READ MORE


What to Watch for in the first two days of the 2016 Australian Open Men's Draw

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The Australian Open is called the happy slam for a reason, as the first two days of the tournament always bring the joy and excitement of the Australian summer out, whether you’re watching in person in Melbourne, or at home on your tv, or other streaming device. With every court streamed this year, there is […] READ MORE


Nadal Finding Form in China, Reaches Last 4

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Third seed Rafael Nadal has been finding some much needed form this week in China, reaching the semifinals–his best result in a tournament since winning the title in Hamburg back in July. Nadal Finding Form in China, Reaches Last 4 The former World Number 1 has had a shocking year by his standards, with early […] READ MORE


2015 Davis Cup Round-Up, Murray, Darcis, and Sock Post Key Performances

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Missed the Davis Cup? We go through all of the results from the World Group Semi Finals, plus every single tie from the World Group Playoffs. As a Brit, I think there’s only one place to start with this. On Sunday, Andy Murray sealed Great Britain’s progression to the Davis Cup Final. 2015 Davis Cup […] READ MORE


Final Thoughts on US Open 2015

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At the end of a great two weeks of tennis at the 2015 US Open here are some closing thoughts. The Roof Over Arthur Ashe Stadium A tournament of this magnitude definitely needs a roof and engineers knew this one was a major undertaking. There are two problems so far with the roof: the shadows […] READ MORE


US Open Men’s Panelists Predictions Day 7 Including Tsonga-Paire

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Steen Kirby and Yesh Ginsburg of LWOS take a look at the top half men’s round of 16 matches that will take place this Sunday at the US Open, offering up their previews and predictions. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs. Benoit Paire View image | gettyimages.com Steen: Tsonga has 2-0 h2h and he’s a surprisingly heavy favorite with the […] READ MORE


Donald Young Comeback Highlights 2015 US Open Men’s Day 6

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American Donald Young completed another masterful comeback, this time over veteran Serbian #2 Viktor Troicki in the best match on the men’s side of US Open Day 6. In one of the final matches ever played on the fan and player favorite US Open Grandstand court, Young found himself trailing 4-6 0-6 after a mere […] READ MORE


US Open Men’s Day 5 Panelists Predictions Including Nadal-Fognini

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Our expert LWOS panel of Yesh Ginsburg, Niall Clarke and Steen Kirby are back to predict the best of the US Open Men’s day 5 matches as more seeds could be ousted. Rafael Nadal vs. Fabio Fognini View image | gettyimages.com Yesh: Upset special? Fognini seems to bring his best whenever he meets Nadal, and […] READ MORE