ATP Challenger Tour

Bernabe Zapata Miralles Comes Through a Thriller at the Poznan Open
Damian Kust, Editor - Jul 31, 2021

Top seed Bernabe Zapata Miralles found himself 1-6 1-4 15-40 down on serve against Dmitry Popko and almost out of the tournament. The Spaniard was visibly frustrated as his attempts to hit through his opponent saw him driving more balls straight into the back fence than past the Kazakh for winners. Understandably enough, the 24-year-old’s […]



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Brandon Nakashima in action at the ATP Atlanta Open.
ATP Atlanta Final Prediction – Brandon Nakashima vs John Isner
Jim Smith - Jul 31, 2021

After an entertaining week of tennis in Georgia, just two men remain standing at the ATP Atlanta Open. One is a five-time former champion at this event and one of the most decorated American players of this era. The other is a young gun seeking his first title. But will it be John Isner or […]

Bernabe Zapata Miralles Comes Through a Thriller at the Poznan Open

Top seed Bernabe Zapata Miralles found himself 1-6 1-4 15-40 down on serve against Dmitry Popko and almost out of the tournament. The Spaniard was visibly frustrated as his attempts to hit through his opponent saw him driving more balls straight into the back fence than past the Kazakh for winners. Understandably enough, the 24-year-old’s […]

Belinda Bencic Tokyo 2020 Gold
No Roger Federer? No Problem. Belinda Bencic Wins Tennis Gold for Switzerland

Switzerland’s Belinda Bencic won the biggest title of her career on Saturday, securing the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games gold medal 7-5 2-6 6-3 in two and a half hours over the Czech Republic’s Marketa Vondrousova. Participating in her first Olympic Games, Bencic has a chance to win double gold as she will compete in the […]

Massu Gonzalez 2004 Olympics
A Brief History of Modern Olympic Men’s Tennis

Ahead of the Olympic Tennis Finals this weekend, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, takes a look back at the history of the Men’s Singles in modern Olympic Tennis. Just as modern tennis is often considered to have begun in 1968, with the start of the Open (or fully professional) era, so modern Olympic tennis […]

Taylor Fritz in action at the ATP Atlanta Open.
ATP Atlanta Semifinal Predictions Including John Isner vs Taylor Fritz

The semifinals are set at the ATP Atlanta Open, with three of the four remaining players from the host country. The three Americans are throughout the spectrum of their careers, with Brandon Nakashima an up-and-comer looking to break into the top-100 next week after his run here, Taylor Fritz who is still young with plenty […]

Karol Drzewiecki and Aleksandar Vukic Poznan Open
Two First-Time Pairings to Contend for the Doubles Title at the Poznan Open
Damian Kust, Editor - Jul 30, 2021

Poznan, Poland– Karol Drzewiecki and Aleksandar Vukic defeated Hunter Johnson and Ruben Gonzales 6-4 6-4 to advance to the final of the Poznan Open in their very first event together. This is just a second professional final in doubles for the Australian, while Drzewiecki is fully focusing on this category of men’s events. The Pole […]

Casper Ruud in action ahead of the ATP Bastad Open.
ATP Kitzbuhel Final Prediction: Pedro Martinez vs Casper Ruud

We have reached the final of the ATP Generali Open in Kitzbuhel, Austria. Two men remain in contention for the title. Casper Ruud is ranked #14 in the world, and in search of his fourth title of the season and fifth of his career. Pedro Martinez, meanwhile, is in his first career final. Can he […]

Naomi Osaka 2021 French Open
Are We Pressuring Our Female Athletes To The Brink?

After the exits of Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka from the Tokyo Olympics, as well as Emma Raducanu from Wimbledon, all implicating pressure as a reason, I have to wonder: What are we doing to our female athletes? Has the pressure around these women gone too far? Hear me out for a sec. I really […]