Denis Shapovalov can go deep at Wimbledon

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Denis Shapovalov started 2021 Wimbledon with a five set match against Philipp Kohlschreiber. The Canadian took the first set after breaking the German. Kohlschreiber took the second, Shapovalov took the third. The German broke in the fourth to level up and head into a one set shoot out. The 22-year-old made the break to take […] READ MORE



Dudi Sela: Is 2021 Wimbledon the Last Hurrah?

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Israeli Dudi Sela is going through qualifying at Wimbledon. The 36-year-old won his first-round match against Briton Stuart Parker. The Israeli broke in the first set against the 23-year-old. Parker though fought back and broke in the second set leveling up the match. The third set was very close. Sela broke right at the end […] READ MORE


Meet Jack Draper: British Tennis’ Rising Star

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Jack Draper stunned third seed Jannick Sinner in the first round of the Queen’s Club Championships. The Brit had a wild card into the main draw. Draper was the runner-up in 2018 at the Junior Wimbledon Championship. Who is Jack Draper? Jack Draper is a 19-year-old tennis player born and raised in London. The youngster […] READ MORE



Daniil Medvedev a real threat for the French Open

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Daniil Medvedev can win the French Open Daniil Medvedev is a real threat for the French Open. The 25-year-old Russian is the second seed at Roland Garros. Medvedev has come of age, previously the Russian struggled at Grand Slam events. Until 2019 the furthest the Russian made was fourth round at the Australian Open. However, […] READ MORE



Danielle Collins Battled Endometriosis to Make the French Open

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Danielle Collins will play the French Open again this year. She made the quarterfinal at last years delayed event, defeating Garbine Muguruza en route. The American will have much lower expectations this time. The World #50 last played a competitive match in Miami in March. Collins is also only eight weeks post operation to treat […] READ MORE


Cameron Norrie Finding his Clay Feet

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Cameron Norrie appears to be finding his clay feet just at the right time. Brits usually seem to struggle on the red dirt, certainly on the main tour. Andy Murray took until 2015 to win a clay title on the main tour. The former World #1 claimed two titles that year–Munich and the Madrid Masters. […] READ MORE