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The Legacy of Juan Carlos Ferrero Is Not Over
Aldo Ostreicher - Jan 9, 2021

Juan Carlos Ferrero, also known as “Mosquito Ferrero”, is a former World #1 and the winner of the 2003 French Open. He also won the Davis Cup with Spain three times, and multiple Masters Series events. But the legacy of Ferrero did not end when he retired from professional tennis since his life is still linked […]

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The Australian Open: Embarrassing, Stupid, and Unfair
Jason Fernandes - Jan 17, 2021

By now I’m sure you know the situation in Australia due to COVID: If you don’t live there you can’t visit unless you have citizenship; if your parents or kids are there and you haven’t seen them for God knows how long you still can’t enter. Even if you have citizenship and are re-entering the […]

Francesca Jones Defying the Odds

Francesca Jones qualified for the 2021 Australian Open in the United Arab Emirates, where the qualifying was held due to COVID-19. The young Brit had been one of the lowest ranked players in qualifying. She only made the event due to other players withdrawing. Jones defeated Lu Jiajing in the final round to book her […]

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2021 Men’s Tennis Predictions: New Generation Takes Over or Big 3 Dominance?
Fraser Learmonth - Jan 16, 2021

It finally happened. For the first time since 2016, someone not named Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic or Roger Federer won a Grand Slam title. Granted, Djokovic had to get himself disqualified for it to happen, but it happened nonetheless. That, followed by Daniil Medvedev’s scintillating unbeaten run to victory in the ATP Finals in London […]

Ahead of the Australian Open, 47 players have been placed in a hard quarantine
Australian Open: 47 Players In Hard Quarantine After Positive Tests on Two Chartered Flights

On Saturday, it was discovered that three passengers on flights from Los Angeles and Abu Dhabi heading to Melbourne for the Australian Open had tested positive for the coronavirus. Now, 47 players will be stuck in a hard quarantine in their hotels for the next 14 days. On the flight from Los Angeles flight number […]

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Hubert Hurkacz Wins the Delray Beach Open: Match Analysis

Hubert Hurkacz won the Delray Beach Open this week, defeating up-and-comer Sebastian Korda 6-3 6-3. The Pole had waited over a year to win his second ATP title after winning his first in Winston-Salem in August 2019. After a relatively disappointing 2020, Hurkacz will hope to use this win as a springboard to a more […]

Aryna Sabalenka at the WTA Abu Dhabi Open
Can Aryna Sabalenka Make A Major Breakthrough In 2021?

Women’s tennis might just be the most competitive sport in the world at the moment. In the four years since Serena Williams won the 2017 Australian Open, her 23rd and so far final Major, no fewer than nine different women have enjoyed a maiden Grand Slam triumph, with Naomi Osaka being the only one of […]

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ATP Delray Beach Open Final Prediction: Sebastian Korda vs Hubert Hurkacz
Eric Han - Jan 12, 2021

The finalists for this year’s ATP Delray Beach Open are 20-year-old Sebastian Korda and World No.35 Hubert Hurkacz. Will the 20-year-old American’s fairytale run here end with his first title? Or will the slightly more experienced Pole prevail? We share our thoughts on the upcoming Delray Beach Open final. ATP Delray Beach Open Final Prediction […]

Aryna Sabalenka in action at the WTA Abu Dhabi Open
WTA Abu Dhabi Open Final Prediction – Aryna Sabalenka vs Veronika Kudermetova

The inaugural WTA Abu Dhabi Open has provided plenty of entertainment so far and that looks set to continue on finals day. Both Aryna Sabalenka and Veronika Kudermetova will surely be determined to get their hands on the WTA 500 trophy and make the perfect start to their 2021 season. But who will claim the […]