Roland Garros 2020 – A Statistical Look At 5th Sets

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The men’s event at Roland Garros finished just a week ago but like any Grand Slam, there’s still a lot to look into and analyze. Throughout the years many questions have always been asked about final sets in Grand Slams, does the player who serves first win a majority, or how about if the winner […] READ MORE


Tennis World Tour 2 Review: A Decent Second Serve

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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


Novak Djokovic – Defaulted For The Wrong Reasons

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Note: Please excuse any potential slight issues to our appearance as our site is currently undergoing maintenance. Also, make sure to look at out brand new message boards. As we all know, last Sunday Novak Djokovic was defaulted at the US Open for hitting a ball outside of play at a linesperson. Even four days […] READ MORE


Grand Slam Roofs Are Unfair!

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Three roofs in Australia, one in France, and two each at Wimbledon and the US Open. Every Grand Slam tournament has one. Although we have yet to see the Court One roof at Wimbledon in use, as well as Philippe Chatrier in Paris, there’s no doubt they’re great additions to the sport. And with luck […] READ MORE


AO Tennis 2 Review – Breaking Into The Top 20

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It’s been a rough nine years for tennis games. From having the likes of the Virtua Tennis 4, Grand Slam Tennis 2 and the fantastic Top Spin 4, all released between 2011 and 2012, it’s been a barren wasteland for any tennis game let alone a good one since. In early 2018 Big Ant Studios […] READ MORE


The Australian Open Favorites after Week One

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With the first week over at the 2020 Australian Open, the men’s draw has yet to have a barrage of major upsets. The main Australian Open favorites remain in the mix. So far, last year’s semifinalist and winner of the Tour Finals, Stefanos Tsitsipas, is the only player out of the draw that many could have […] READ MORE


Novak Djokovic – A Year in Review

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Two Grand Slams, two Masters 1000s and one ATP 500 title. For most players that would be more than enough to earn a spot in the Hall of Fame. But for Novak Djokovic that marked a 2019 campaign that was almost disappointing. After a resurgent 2018 season, which saw him recover from elbow surgery in […] READ MORE


Roger Federer: 10 Years of Frustration at the US Open (Part 2)

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Roger Federer once won five straight US Opens. However, he has not won the title since 2008. We continue our series looking over Federer’s losses since that 2008 victory. 2013 – Round 4 – Robredo def. Federer 7-6 6-3 6-4 In what would be the Swiss’ first loss before the quarterfinal in ten years, many […] READ MORE


Roger Federer: 10 Years of Frustration at the US Open (Part 1)

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In 2008 Roger Federer won his fifth US Open title in a row by beating his emerging rivals Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray back-to-back. A year later, he returned to New York as the heavy favourite for the title, particularly when he found himself up against the relatively untested Juan Martin del Potro in the […] READ MORE


Rafael Nadal’s Biggest Threat at Wimbledon is Himself

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Since 2011, Rafael Nadal has made the quarterfinals or better at Wimbledon just a single time. During that same period, he’s also gone onto contend in four Australian Open finals, win six more Roland Garros titles, and take two US Opens home. Every year we always hear the same thing on the grass, however, about […] READ MORE