Grigor Dimitrov vs Dudi Sela: When Tennis Turns Into… Diving!

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Let’s be honest: probably, when thinking about the best Round 3 match-ups of this year’s Wimbledon, one wouldn’t include Grigor Dimitrov vs Dudi Sela. There are a bunch of reasons: there are more relevant matches, i.e. Andy Murray facing Fabio Fognini, Novak Djokovic against Ernests Gulbis–who surprisingly eased past Juan Martin Del Potro earlier today–or […] READ MORE





Welcome back, Petra Kvitova!

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I don’t know how many times I dealt with the situation in the WTA during the American swing in Indian Wells and Miami. The absence of Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka, Maria Sharapova, and Petra Kvitova definitely made the draws as open as ever. There were chances for almost everyone to perform well. Hence, it’s not a surprise […] READ MORE


Five Reasons Why Rome is the Best Tournament in the Season

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If you’re a tennis fan who lives in Italy, then the week of the Internazionali BNL d’Italia is sacred. Since the beginning of the season, every Italian fan knows exactly which week the tournament is going to take place, and starts planning to go there. As a student, mid-May is the worst period of the entire year, […] READ MORE



Wozniacki’s Resurgence is Not as Golden as it Seems

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At the end of the 2016 tennis season, I dealt with Caroline Wozniacki’s resurgence, praising her outstanding achievements after surviving a scary first round at the Us Open against Taylor Townsend. Somehow, the Dane managed to defeat the young American girl, in an awful three-setter which was pretty much an unforced error party. And with big […] READ MORE