Marcos Baghdatis: Brief Peak, Eternal Smile

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Marcos Baghdatis capped off a 16-year career with a second round performance at Wimbledon. The Cypriot dismissed former college star Brayden Schnur 6-2 6-4 6-4 before succumbing to the in-form Matteo Berrettini 6-1 7-6 6-3. Following his elimination, fans at Court 2 of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club gave a fitting standing […] READ MORE


Wimbledon Men’s Singles First Round Watchability Power Rankings

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There are plenty of dull, unappetizing matches in the first round of the Wimbledon gentlemen’s singles draw. However, the following clashes have the potential to be incredibly entertaining for one reason or another. Again, in this article we will are not necessarily considering the quality of play, but the ability of the players to own […] READ MORE


Conquering Adversity Worth It for Canadian Brayden Schnur

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Two weeks after his heartbreaking loss in the New York Open final, Brayden Schnur spoke to LWOT’s Lukas Weese. Brayden Schnur is walking to the podium at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. The crowd is giving a supportive, thunderous applause. Schnur has just lost a grueling, hard-fought three-set final in the New York Open to […] READ MORE


Felix Auger-Aliassime: Stepping into the Spotlight

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Last March, after he defeated 2015 Wimbledon quarterfinalist and fellow Canadian Vasek Pospisil at Indian Wells, a reporter jokingly asked Felix Auger-Aliassime if he thought of himself as being famous. “No, not yet, I don’t think so. It will come eventually, maybe,” replied the teenager with a smile. The question was in reference to the […] READ MORE


Brayden Schnur: A Breakthrough in New York

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From Felix Auger Aliassime and Denis Shapavolov on the men’s side to Bianca Andreescu on the women’s side, there’s a lot to be said about the rising young talent in Canadian tennis. A name that’s been under the radar is Brayden Schnur. However, he’s certainly changed that thanks to a big breakthrough week at the […] READ MORE