Chris Kermode at the NextGen Finals
Eric Han - Nov 13, 2019

LONDON- ATP President Chris Kermode is coming to the end of his tenure after the player council, led by current-world #2 Novak Djokovic, opted not to offer to extend his contract during the Indian Wells Masters in March. The 55-year-old has led the ATP for six years and is also the tournament chairman at the […]

Andy Murray European Open
Andy Watson - Oct 21, 2019

Andy Murray has tasted victory on the ATP Tour when it no longer appeared possible. What can he go on to achieve in the future?

Gavin Lang - Oct 3, 2019

It’s Thursday at the China Open. Jim Smith already wrote predictions today, but I’m also going to take a stab at them as well. Let’s see who does better. China Open Day 4 Predictions Nikoloz Basilashvili vs Stefanos Tsitsipas The Georgian is one of the biggest hitters on tour and his many strengths are his […]

US Open Ash Barty
Tracey Essex - Sep 23, 2019

Defending champion Aryna Sabalenka has been on cruise control in Wuhan. The #5 seed Petra Kvitova brought in a straight sets win against a difficult opponent, Polona Hercog. Angelique Kerber’s 2019 continues to go askew, losing her opening round in three sets to Monica Puig. Day 3 at the Wuhan Open has some great matches […]

Indoor view focusing on Arthur Ashe Stadium US Open qualifying
Vithun Illankovan - Sep 15, 2019

The 3rd edition of the Laver Cup starts in under a week, this time being hosted in Geneva. It is an event that has provided a lot of entertainment for fans and players alike as we have enjoyed the bonding within both Team Europe and Team World. However there is unfortunately no such equivalent for […]

US Open Serena Williams
Yesh Ginsburg - Sep 2, 2019

The first two US Open women’s quarterfinal matches will be contested on Tuesday. We’re here to give you our thoughts on both of the matchups. Who will advance to the semis? Will Serena Williams continue her quest for Major #24? Sharing their thoughts today are Tracey Essex, Eric Han, Jim Smith, and Jay Sanhdu. US […]

Cincinnati Masters Kei Nishikori
Jordan Zakery - Aug 13, 2019

Reservations for the third round are up for grabs with a slate of intriguing matches on Wednesday in Cincinnati. Kei Nishikori will look to kick start his hardcourt summer against his countryman Yoshihito Nishioka while David Goffin and Guido Pella will clash for the second time in as many weeks. Wednesday will also see the […]

Dave Adair - Apr 18, 2019

Anne Keothavong will go with the same squad against Kazakhstan in the crucial World Group II play-off in London April 20th-21st. Johanna Konta and Katie Boulter are likely to spearhead the attack à la Bath in February 2019. Great Britain on a mission to qualify for Federation Cup World Group for the first time since […]

Ryan Schick - Apr 8, 2019

Day 2 in Houston will bring the first full day of tennis from the beautiful River Oaks Country Club. None of the top 4 seeds are in action yet due to byes, but there are several top players in action including Sam Querrey, former World #8 Janko Tipseravic, and last year’s finalist Tennys Sandgren. ATP […]

Tracey Essex - Apr 5, 2019

Charleston played host to some exciting quarterfinal action, despite the conditions during the opening match being far from stellar. The wet weather from the overnight rains left the court slow and gritty, which may well have contributed to Belinda Bencic’s elimination. However, her conqueror Petra Martic deserves credit for her skilful play, with the Croatian’s […]

Sloane Stephens
Tracey Essex - Apr 4, 2019

Day 4 brought a couple of surprise moments, most notably the ousting of defending champion Kiki Bertens. Sloane Stephens and Caroline Wozniacki had to play through tough three-set matches to make their way into the quarterfinals. Relative unknown Jessica Pegula nearly reached her first WTA quarterfinal. But Petra Martic found her way to a win. […]

Federer/Nadal Rivalry
Jack Rossiter-Munley - Mar 16, 2019

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are set to meet in the semifinals of Indian Wells. This is the first time they have played since the finals of the Shanghai Masters in October of 2017. In that match, and in their four previous meetings dating back to 2015, Federer emerged the victor. The string of victories […]

Nadal Djokovic
Amy Lundy - Jan 25, 2019

In the ridiculously short offseason for professional tennis, Novak Djokovic was eager to make changes to an area of his game that the tennis world thinks is pretty much perfect:  His return of serve. Djokovic was looking to tweak the all-important “split step” on his returns, according to a source. Why would arguably the greatest […]

Sam Harris - Jan 20, 2019

The women’s draw at this year Australian Open has suddenly become very open with fourth-round defeats for World No. 2 Angelique Kerber and World No. 5 Sloane Stephens. Ahead of the remaining fourth round ties, the quarterfinal lineup so far is Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova vs Danielle Collins and Petra Kvitova (8th seed) v Ash Barty (15). […]

Gavin Lang - Jan 7, 2019

After a thrilling first day of play at the ATP Sydney International, Day 2 promises to deliver more exciting action; here are my predictions for the top four mens matches of Day 2. John Millman vs Frances Tiafoe The final match of the afternoon session on Ken Rosewall Arena promises to be the match of […]

Dave Adair - Jan 2, 2019

The hyped-up doubles match involving Serena Williams and Roger Federer saw the Swiss victorious in 46 minutes: 4-2, 4-3. Federer and Bencic on Course to Defend Title It was a key mixed doubles contest. This was after Federer dispatched Tiafoe in the singles, and Serena Williams put an end to the Bencic fight. Federer and […]

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Damian Kust, Editor - Jan 2, 2019

Braunschweig, Germany– Igor Zelenay has already claimed two Challenger doubles titles this year and is closing in on the all-time record. As it stands right now, Sanchai Ratiwatana is on 48, while his twin brother Sonchat has 46. Zelenay tied the latter by triumphing in Zagreb a couple of months ago. The Ratiwatanas and he […]

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Yesh Ginsburg - Jan 2, 2019

Rafael Nadal’s continued his Wimbledon run with a comeback victory over Taylor Fritz in the quarterfinals on Wednesday, winning 36 75 36 75 76. For the first time in his career, Nadal had won the first two Slams of the season. He took the Australian Open in January, coming back from two sets down in […]

Simona Halep Wimbledon
Yesh Ginsburg - Jan 2, 2019

Each of the women’s semifinal matches at Wimbledon will have a heavy favorite. Simona Halep looks in absolutely dominant form, especially later in the tournament. Ons Jabeur, meanwhile, is slicing her way around all threats. Are they locks to face in the final? Or will we see an upset in a semifinal match? As always, […]

Tatjana Maria Wimbledon
Jakub Bobro - Jan 2, 2019

“It’s a dream to live this with my family, with my two little girls. I mean, one year ago I just gave birth,” said Tatjana Maria in disbelief after defeating Jule Niemeier 4-6 6-2 7-5 on the No. 1 Court, becoming the oldest first-time Grand Slam semifinalist in the Open Era. At the end of […]

Novak Djokovic Wimbledon Second Round
Kiril Anastasov - Jan 2, 2019

Down, but never out. Too many times this phrase has been used to describe Novak Djokovic, and today was another example. The Serb has kept his Wimbledon title defense alive, defeating 20-year-old Jannik Sinner in five sets. In a match lasting 3 hours and 35 minutes, top seed Djokovic completed a miraculous comeback to win […]

Day 4 Amanda Anisimova
Jack Edward - Jan 2, 2019

This Wednesday, Simona Halep and Amanda Anisimova are due to play their fourth match together (2-1 Halep) in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon. Though they’ve played a Grand Slam quarterfinal before (Anisimova won in the 2019 French Open quarterfinals), it feels as though the stakes have never been higher–it’s unclear how much more success Halep can […]

Jan-Lennard Struff
Damian Kust, Editor - Jan 2, 2019

Braunschweig, Germany– While Federico Delbonis and Jan-Lennard Struff had already faced each other in the opening round at a Challenger (Helsinki 2012), neither had played a lot on that circuit in recent years. In fact, the Argentinian last showed up on it at Ismaning 2020, while Struff played Phoenix earlier this year, but before that […]

Taro Daniel French Open
Damian Kust, Editor - Jan 2, 2019

Braunschweig, Germany– Taro Daniel made plenty of headlines earlier this year when he qualified and made the third round at the Australian Open, defeating Andy Murray. Plenty of that came from a much-improved serve, which generated a lot more free points and a higher ace rate. “I definitely changed my approach towards my service game […]