What to Expect from Andy Murray at the French Open

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Andy Murray is probably in his best shape ever as he enters the French Open, starting in less than a week. This has been his best clay court season to date. Recently he won the Rome Open. In the finals he thumped his main rival Novak Djokovic, 6-3 6-3. This was Murray’s first win in […] READ MORE


How has Roger Federer been so Injury Free?

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For years, Roger Federer’s body was something a person could count on. Much like the infamous “death and taxes”, Roger Federer’s body was not going to fail him. It was going to show up; it was going to perform; it was going to float, glide, chase, defend, and approach. It was the sun in the […] READ MORE


ATP Madrid 2016 Stock Watch

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After the Monte Carlo and a host of other smaller European clay court tournaments, it’s time for the Madrid Masters in Spain’s capital. The world’s top ten are playing in the tournament, but it should also feature some upsets, along with top favorites making deep runs. Here are a look at those players in and […] READ MORE


Pierre-Hughes Herbert is a Man of Many Talents

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The French certainly know how to put on a show. Whether it’s Gael Monfils’ explosive athleticism, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s infectious showmanship, Richard Gasquet’s groundstroke elegeance, or Benoit Paire’s entertaining unpredictability, the French are a popular bunch among tennis fans. As 2016 develops, a new character is forcing his way onto the ever-growing list of crowd-pleasing Frenchmen. […] READ MORE