Hyeon Chung Withdraws From Roland Garros with an Ankle Injury

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The tennis world was struck with some devastating news this morning as the popular South Korean star, Hyeon Chung, withdrew from the French Open. The news was somewhat expected, but nonetheless a shock considering Chung was looking to play in Lyon just a week before the start of Roland Garros. The world #20 released a […] READ MORE


Sandgren’s Dream Run Continues in Melbourne

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When the Australian Open draw came out, most people expected the last American male player left to be John Isner, Jack Sock, or Sam Querrey. Nobody expected it to be the 26-year-old from Gallatin, Tennessee–Tennys Sandgren. His success this week has even surprised him; after his fourth-round win over Dominic Thiem, Sandgren said: “I don’t […] READ MORE


Hyeon Chung Shocks Former Australian Open Champion Novak Djokovic

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Hyeon Chung has booked his spot in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open after defeating the former champion and 14th seed Novak Djokovic. Chung has been the talk of the town notching up some impressive wins already at this years Open, but this 7-6(4), 7-5, 7-6(3) win over the Serbian is a class above the rest. The […] READ MORE