The Case for Best-of-Five Set Doubles at Wimbledon

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Nick Kyrgios has been the center of attention at Wimbledon so far. Arguments with umpires, a grudge match with Stefanos Tsitsipas, eating during a press conference–this man has done it all. One of his more understated moments, however, is an argument he made on Tuesday. Speaking after his 1st round singles win, the Aussie ripped […] READ MORE


Is Lola Radivojevic the Future of Serbian Women’s Tennis?

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This week, I’ve had the great joy of attending the ITF W25 tournament in Prokuplje, Serbia. Far away from the grass courts of Wimbledon, where qualifying was in full swing, young prospects and weathered veterans go toe-to-toe, trying to climb up the WTA rankings. With 60 points and $25,000 at stake, the competition is intense. […] READ MORE



ATP Week in Preview: Houston and Marrakech

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The Sunshine Double may be over, but the ATP action doesn’t stop. The focus now turns to the European clay season, which officially gets underway with the Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo. This week, there’ll be two tune-up events–in Houston and Marrakech, respectively. While lacking the star power expected in Monte Carlo, the ATP 250s […] READ MORE


Best ATP 1st Round Matches to Watch in Indian Wells

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It’s time for the Sunshine Double! The biggest stars of world tennis head to the sunny California desert for the first leg–the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. The men’s singles draw has been released, and there are mounds of mouthwatering 1st round matches to watch. We highlight a select few. Best First Round Men’s […] READ MORE




Australian Open Draw: Best First Round Matches to Watch

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Tournament organizers revealed the singles draws for the 2022 Australian Open on Friday afternoon. Excitement is high heading into the first slam of the year, and there are many interesting first-rounders to look forward to. We highlight the best ones. 1st Round Matchups to Look Out For at the Australian Open Men’s Singles  [12] Cameron […] READ MORE


Why It’s Time for Novak Djokovic to Go Home

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This is not my first opinion piece on the Novak Djokovic deportation saga. As a tennis fan and sports journalist, I’ve closely followed and reported on the continuous altercations between the World No. 1 and the Australian government. Over the last week, I’ve steadfastly defended my fellow Serb, and I’ve publicly called out the government […] READ MORE