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Monfils, Medvedev Among Those Entering Roland Garros Without Clay Court Wins

In the first two months of the season, Gael Monfils compiled a stunning 16-3 win/loss record. The Frenchman’s only losses came at the hands of Australian Open finalists, Novak Djokovic and Dominic Thiem. Monfils also managed to pick up two main-tour titles at Montpellier and Rotterdam. In his last tournament before the pandemic break, Monfils […] READ MORE

WTA Strasbourg Day 4 Predictions Including Kiki Bertens vs Jelena Ostapenko

It’s been an exciting week in Strasbourg and the WTA action continues on Day 4! We have a high-profile matchup on our hands, with Kiki Bertens taking on Jelena Ostapenko, along with three other top-notch matches to watch! Who will rise to the occasion and who will fall short? Read on to find out! WTA […] READ MORE

Tennis World Tour 2 Review: A Decent Second Serve

When Tennis World Tour released in May 2018, it’s no understatement to say the game was a complete mess; it was buggy and broken, to say the very least. As time went on the developers even kept lying to fans about future updates to fix the game, most of which never saw the light of […] READ MORE

Denis Shapovalov

Denis Shapovalov: Breaking Into the Top 10

It was back in the summer of 2017 when Denis Shapovalov made his big breakthrough on the ATP Tour with a surprising run to the semifinals of the Rogers Cup, which he then followed up with a run to the fourth round of the US Open. Fast forward three years to 2020, and the now […] READ MORE

Andrey Rublev Seeking Success on Clay in Best-Ever Form

Andrey Rublev’s big clay-court breakthrough came back in 2017 at the Croatian Open. The Russian lost his final round of qualifying match against Attila Balazs, but was fortunate enough to make the main draw as a lucky loser. Wins over players like Fabio Fognini or Paolo Lorenzi (back then the world No. 34) gave him […] READ MORE