ATP Vienna Open Day 4 Predictions Including Dominic Thiem vs Cristian Garin

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Stan Wawrinka’s conqueror, Cristian Garin, takes on US Open champion Dominic Thiem, Andrey Rublev and Jannik Sinner meet for the first time, and Dan Evans continues his 2020 climb up the ATP rankings. All that and more on day four of the 2020 Vienna Open. ATP Vienna Open Day 4 Predictions Including Dominic Thiem vs […] READ MORE


ATP Vienna Open Day 2 Predictions Including Karen Khachanov vs Grigor Dimitrov

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The stacked field at the Vienna Open has already produced thrilling clashes like the day one epic between Kevin Anderson and Dennis Novak. On day two, even more top players are facing off hoping to make headway in one of the few tournaments left in the truncated 2020 season. ATP Vienna Open Day 2 Predictions […] READ MORE


French Open Day 7 Men’s Predictions Including Kevin Anderson vs Andrey Rublev

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Andrey Rublev vs Kevin Anderson is an intriguing French Open day 7 matchup. Our panel of Damian Kust and Yesh Ginsburg offer their predictions for this and the rest of the matches on the schedule. Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Aljaz Bedene Embed from Getty Images Yesh: Tsitsipas looked in great form in his last match after […] READ MORE


French Open Day 5 Predictions Including Andrey Rublev vs Alejandro Davidovich Fokina

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Andrey Rublev and Alejandro Davidovich Fokina will showcase some big hitting on day 5 of the 2020 French Open. Our panel of Damian Kust and Steen Kirby offer their predictions. Andrey Rublev vs Alejandro Davidovich Fokina Embed from Getty Images Damian: The Hamburg titlist might be starting to feel the weariness, especially after a tough five-set […] READ MORE



Rublev and Tsitsipas Make the Hamburg European Open Final

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Andrey Rublev will find himself in the final of the Hamburg European Open for the second year in a row. The Russian, who lost to Nikoloz Basilashvili in three sets in the title match in last year’s  edition, defeated Casper Ruud 6-4 6-2 on Saturday. The Norwegian, who last week made the semifinals at the […] READ MORE


Roland Garros Men’s Singles Watchability Power Rankings

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Late September, Wilson balls, no Fernando Verdasco for the first time since 2003, there’s a roof…this Roland Garros edition is shaping up to be quite bizarre. At the same time, Rafael Nadal will still teach free lessons to a couple of unlucky souls in the first week. Some things never change. But let’s go straight […] READ MORE