Panelist Predictions US Open Men’s Day 4 Including Tomic-Hewitt

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Apologies for missing out on panelists predictions yesterday, but for the best of Thursday matches we have Tadeas Gavenda and Elliot Cornish of Men’s Tennis Forums, and Stefano Berlincioni of LWOS to preview and predict, including what could be Lleyton Hewitt’s final US Open match. Bernard Tomic vs. Lleyton Hewitt View image | gettyimages.com Stefano: The […] READ MORE


Young Americans Struggle–US Open Day 2 Recap

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For the second straight day, a plethora of young Americans were competing at their home Slam and hoping to make an impression. And for the second straight day, all of them failed to do so. Sure, there were flashes of impressive tennis shown by Bjorn Fratangelo and Jared Donaldson, but on the whole the young […] READ MORE


Spotlight Shines on 2015 US Open Men’s Qualifiers

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The first week of the 2015 US Open men’s singles tournament is sure to shine the spotlight on the hard working qualifiers, who fill out the 128 player main draw. A mix of established veterans, young guns, and players at a crossroads in their career have earned their spot via qualifying over the past few […] READ MORE


Japanese Tennis Making Presence Known

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Futures, Challenger and ATP/WTA qualifying tournaments have long been a proving ground for young talent trying to make a place for themselves on the professional tennis tours. For anyone who follows tennis closely, they will quickly notice the proud Red Sun of Japan dappling draw sheets for these tournaments in numerous places. Japan is producing more […] READ MORE


Young Gun Men’s Qualifiers at the 2015 French Open

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Six more young guns have been added to the men’s singles main draw for the 2015 French Open via qualifying, one as a lucky loser, and the other five as regular qualifiers. These players may lack the ranking, and in some cases the reputation, needed to get direct entry in the main draw, but they […] READ MORE