Five Finals Lost for Felix Auger-Aliassime But Many More to Come

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Felix Auger-Aliassime played his fifth tour-level championship match today against Stefanos Tsitsipas and for the fifth time failed to win a set, losing to the defending champion in 88 minutes. But disappointing though his 3-6 4-6 defeat was, the Canadian has reasons to be positive. After all, of active players, only Andy Murray (five), Novak […] READ MORE


Stefanos Tsitsipas’ Improved Focus the Key to Success

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The last three men to win the ATP Finals before Stefanos Tsitsipas found the following season a serious struggle. Andy Murray, who claimed the title in 2016, has the excuse of a serious hip injury, one he is still battling to recover from. But 2017 champion Grigor Dimitrov is a shadow of the player he […] READ MORE


Alexander Bublik is a Man of Contradictions

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In a recent interview for L’Equipe, Alexander Bublik stated that he “hates tennis with all his heart.” The Kazakh explains that he plays only for the money and has not earned yet. “If I had enough (money), I would have already retired.” French tennis players Gilles Simon was asked to comment on Bublik’s statement. The […] READ MORE


Jannik Sinner Surprises Daniil Medvedev… But Just For a Set

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The top-seeded Daniil Medvedev hasn’t been able to get back to his last year’s form yet, one that managed to bring him to six straight finals, including the US Open. The Russian suffered a fourth-round loss to Stan Wawrinka at the Australian Open and had an even tougher start to the European indoor circuit. Following […] READ MORE


Vasek Pospisil’s Return to Form After Back Surgery

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The 2014 Wimbledon doubles champion and former world no. 25 in singles, Vasek Pospisil, was forced to undergo a back surgery in January last year. It was determined by the doctors that this was the best method to repair his herniated disc. The operation was successful and it turns out Pospisil came back stronger than […] READ MORE




Marin Cilic Scrapes Through in Marseille

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Playing for the first time since the Australian Open, Marin Cilic has arrived with Marseille with some fresh hopes for a very good season. The 2014 US Open champion had a terrible (at least for his standards) 2019 campaign and fell all the way back to a ranking of world no. 39. The Croat’s second […] READ MORE


Mikael Ymer is So Much More Than a Great Defender Now

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In February twelve months ago, Mikael Ymer still traveled the ATP Challenger Tour. Ranked no. 206 in the ATP Rankings, he was from being directly accepted into ATP World Tour events. The Swede had been one of the most promising young talents for some time but couldn’t find a way to get through to the […] READ MORE