Wimbledon’s Centre Court Roof: A Blessing and a Curse

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What a strange situation the Wimbledon organisers find themselves in. Three days completed at this year’s Championships and a handful of round one matches are yet to be completed – or even started. Yet, thanks to the Wimbledon Centre Court roof, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic can sit back and sip some Evian as they […] READ MORE



2016 Wimbledon ATP Stock Watch

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It’s time for Wimbledon 2016, as we take a look at the men’s players who are in and out of form for the legendary grass court grand slam. Wimbledon 2016 Men’s Stock Watch Hot  5: Nicolas Mahut Embed from Getty Images Mahut has compiled a 14-2 record on grass over the last two seasons with […] READ MORE




The Resurgence of Marcos Baghdatis

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This year’s Australian Open was a big anniversary for Marcos Baghdatis. He celebrated ten years since reaching his one and only Grand Slam final, a moment beautifully cemented as Cyprus’ greatest-ever sporting achievement. The ten years since that defeat to Roger Federer have been littered with difficulties for the popular star. A number of serious […] READ MORE


State of Play: Recapping the ATP World Tour in February

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State of Play: Recapping the ATP World Tour in February The ATP World Tour featured three 500 level tournaments, and a multitude of 250 point stops as well in a month of February that was exciting and unpredictable. Here is a look at top performers, and those who disappointed. Bautista Agut,  Troicki, and Klizan Continue […] READ MORE


The Resurgence of Marcos Baghdatis in Atlanta

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Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis was once one one of the of the top players on the ATP world tour, reaching a career high of #8 in the world in 2006, and maintaining a top 20 ranking for most of 2006-2007, and some portions of the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Due to injury, an admitted lack of […] READ MORE