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





Rafael Nadal Wins an Unprecedented 10th French Open Title

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From LastWordOnTennis.com No other men’s player in history has won the same tournament ten times. Rafael Nadal has now accomplished this feat at three different tournaments–including at a Grand Slam. In what has absolutely been his most dominant French Open tournament out of his ten wins (see stat below), Nadal put in a masterclass performance […] READ MORE


The Five Greatest Left Handed Tennis Players of All Time

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From LastWordOnTennis, by Paul Bradley You do not hear the words “dog days” associated with professional tennis that often. It is a term that major league baseball seems to have a patent on. As the calendar gets set to leap into the fall season tomorrow and now almost two weeks removed from the US Open championship at […] READ MORE


Dominic Thiem’s London Chances

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If a casual tennis fan, or even a more passionate fan, was asked who the wins leader on the ATP tour is in 2016, they would almost surely say Novak Djokovic or Andy Murray. Few would correctly say Dominic Thiem, who in fact is leading this season in wins with 48, over 46 for Djokovic. […] READ MORE



Muguruza Denies Serena 22 in Paris

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The vast majority of fans and analysts looked at this year’s French Open final as Serena Williams‘ chance to get to 22 grand slam titles and tie Steffi Graf‘s total. Garbine Muguruza was not part of that group though. Muguruza took the match in straight sets, 7-5 6-4. Garbine Muguruza Wins the 2016 French Open Women’s […] READ MORE


Djokovic, Murray Win on Semifinal Day

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The final of Roland Garros is finally set as the men’s semifinal action was completed today in a rain-plagued tournament that left the men and women playing at the same time. Novak Djokovic made his fourth Roland Garros final, while Andy Murray made his first. They’ve played three times this year already, splitting two of […] READ MORE