Peter McNamara and the Golden Age of Doubles

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Sometimes the death of an individual is enough to signify the end of an era, and so it is with Peter McNamara and doubles tennis. McNamara, who died earlier this week, was one of the last major tennis players to grow up playing both singles and doubles, and although he achieved considerable success in singles, […] READ MORE



Wimbledon Day 2 Men’s Predictions Including Rafael Nadal vs Yuichi Sugita

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Wimbledon day 2 features Jordan Thompson against countryman Nick Kyrgios, and Rafael Nadal vs Yuichi Sugita as matchups worth watching. Our panelists Harsh Bhoot, Steen Kirby, and Yesh Ginsburg offer up their predictions. (Don’t worry, we have predictions for three other sets of matches too. One features Roger Federer vs Lloyd Harris, the second highlights […] READ MORE


Ash Barty Wins First Career Grand Slam The 2019 French Open

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Australia’s Ash Barty won her first career Grand Slam title (in singles) at the 2019 French Open. Barty eased past teenager Marketa Vondrousova 6-1 6-3 in a match that lasted less than an hour and fifteen minutes. Barty is the first Australian RG champion since Margaret Court in 1973. In the opening set Barty broke […] READ MORE


Bernard Tomic vs Lleyton Hewitt Feud Could End up in Court

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Bernard Tomic and Lleyton Hewitt do not see eye to eye. Their relationship has been rocky since 2017. Hewitt as the Australian Davis Cup captain, has stated publicly that Tomic will never again represent Australia in the competition. With Hewitt confirming that the 26 year old has been blacklisted in a recent interview. However, more […] READ MORE


ATP Year in Review Rank 30-39 Including Nick Kyrgios

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Our look at season 2018 on the ATP World Tour for the top 50 players continues with a look at players ranked 30-39 including Aussies Nick Kyrgios, John Millman and Alex De Minaur, you can review players ranked 40-50 here. 39: Frances Tiafoe Embed from Getty Images 20 year old Frances Tiafoe reached a career […] READ MORE


Roger Federer Loses to John Millman in Shocking Manner in US Open Fourth Round

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The second night match on Arthur Ashe Stadium was mostly an afterthought. A majority of tennis fans completely overlooked Roger Federer’s matchup against world #55 John Millman with Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic looming in the next round. However, it was simply not Federer’s night as he fell in 4 sets to Australia’s Millman. At first Federer looked to be […] READ MORE