Western & Southern Open Presents Big Opportunities

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Casual tennis fans know the 2021 US Open is looming. Scheduled to start on Monday, August 30, arguably the world’s biggest tournament draws attention from around the world. However, for many world class ATP Tour players, this week’s Western & Southern Open may be more important for their careers.  Contrasting Two Events More serious tennis […] READ MORE


The New ATP Rankings Change: What It Means

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The ATP has shaken up its rankings points system as a way to transition out of the pandemic and, as anyone who has read their explanation of the changes will tell you, it’s complicated. But is it fair? The announcement about rankings points was part of a package that includes raising prize money in steps, […] READ MORE



ATP Announce Rankings Adjustment due to COVID-19

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The ATP have announced that they will adjust their rankings when tennis returns from the suspension caused by the coronavirus. The ATP froze their rankings on March 16th meaning that players did not drop points for the tournaments that were not played this year, including the Sunshine Double. That also meant that the weeks whilst […] READ MORE


Financial Relief Package Announced for Lower Ranked Tennis Pros

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The global coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has triggered an unprecedented global economic and sports financial crisis, with the business of sports and pro tennis in worse shape than it’s been since the Second World War engulfed the globe 80 years ago. Tennis professionals below the elite of the elites have been hit hard financially by the […] READ MORE


Tennis Break Is a Big Break for Roger Federer 

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Becoming an all-time great tennis player takes skill and talent, but it also takes a little luck, and the current tennis break is a big break for Roger Federer. The last time we saw Federer, he wasn’t looking so good. Hobbled by a groin injury, Novak Djokovic rolled over him in the Australian Open semifinals. […] READ MORE


Professional Tennis Suspended Through June 7th by ATP and WTA Tour

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Professional tennis came to a halt earlier in March due to the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, and it’s now official that it won’t return until at least the week of June 7th. A joint announcement by the governing bodies of pro tennis, the ATP and WTA Tour stated that all spring clay court tournaments were cancelled […] READ MORE


Coronavirus is Affecting the ATP Rankings

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By now tennis fans have heard the news: Indian Wells has been postponed. Not cancelled–postponed–according to tournament director Tommy Haas, who said organizers are prepared to play the event on different dates and will explore options. But let’s be honest: with the clay-court season set to start next month and the already-tightly packed tennis calendar, […] READ MORE


Reacting to the ATP Cup Ranking Controversy

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The 2020 ATP Cup will be the first edition of the tournament. To quickly remind you what the competition will look like, two players from 24 countries with the top-ranked players in the world gather in three Australian cities and play for the trophy. The opening edition has received a lot of attention from the […] READ MORE


Salvatore Caruso Makes Top 100 Debut

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Change in tennis is fast-moving. There are the rising stars in the game, basking in the media and fan’s adoration. Those players either continue on their trajectory to greatness or are thrown to the curb, labeled a bust who will never make it in the upper echelon of the ATP Tour. And then there are […] READ MORE