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


Is Australian Tennis On The Rise Again?

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Day 4 at Wimbledon 2018 was probably the best day in the recent history of Australian tennis, at least at a Grand Slam. The country that for much of the 20th century was one of the two tennis superpowers (alongside America) has been in decline for much of the 21st century (again, exactly like America). […] READ MORE


Is Nick Kyrgios Still the Next Big Thing?

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After six weeks out with an elbow injury, Nick Kyrgios has made a solid return to the ATP tour. The World No. 24 reached the fourth round at the Miami Open and the quarter finals in Houston last week. It seems like the talented yet divisive Australian has been around forever, but Boris Becker recently […] READ MORE


The Five Finest Australian Open Men’s Singles Finals

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With Finals Weekend upon us, our resident tennis historian, Martin Keady, looks back at the five finest Australian Open Men’s Singles Finals. This year’s Australian Open semi-finals may have been damp squibs, with both Kyle Edmund and Hyeon Chung suffering from injuries (in Chung’s case to the point where he had to retire early), but […] READ MORE


Why Davis Cup Brings the Best out of Australia’s Nick Kyrgios

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As the Davis Cup semifinals get underway on Friday, players from all over the world will be competing for much more than ranking points. Representing your country brings added pressure that is understandably tough to deal with. One player who thrives off of the Davis Cup pressure is Australia’s Nick Kyrgios. Kyrgios is 9-0 in […] READ MORE


Kokkinakis Comeback Complete

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Thanasi Kokkinakis was touted as a true rising star of the sport, being grouped with the likes of Nick Kyrgios, Alexander Zverev, and Dominic Thiem as one of the most promising up and comers. While the other young talents in the sport have been making waves on tour, Kokkinakis has been sidelined with injury, only […] READ MORE


Career win for Ashleigh Barty as she upsets Muguruza in Birmingham SF

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Ashleigh Barty beats #6 seed and former Wimbledon finalist Garbiñe Muguruza in three sets to reach her second WTA final of 2017 and achieved her first ever Top 20 win on tour, which is by far her best accomplishment in singles since returning to the tour. Barty’s name drew significant attention from many tennis fans […] READ MORE