Could Djokovic’s Default Prompt Changing of the Guard?

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Novak Djokovic’s disqualification from the US Open for hitting a lineswoman with a ball has unsurprisingly dominated the headlines this week. In its wake, it will leave something that many tennis fans would feel is long overdue: a Grand Slam winner born in the 1990s. A long time coming? Indeed, such has been the remarkable […] READ MORE


Analyzing Novak Djokovic’s US Open Draw

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Novak Djokovic has been handed a good US Open draw, as he looks to win his 18th Grand Slam title. The Serb goes into the tournament unbeaten in 2020 and as the heavy favorite. He is on a 23-match winning streak after winning the Cincinnati Masters 1000 event (held at the US Open venue). Djokovic […] READ MORE


Is Federer Still The GOAT?

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For many tennis fans, Roger Federer is indisputably the greatest of all time. With an all-time record 20 Grand Slam titles, six wins at the ATP Finals, as well as the longest reign as world #1, his achievements speak for themselves. But in recent years, Federer’s claim to being the greatest of all time has […] READ MORE


Is Sampras Still The GOAT?

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It may seem outrageous to many to suggest that Pete Sampras is still the greatest of all time. After all, his 14 Major titles is now only good enough for fourth placed in the list, behind the Big Three of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. And perhaps more importantly still, whilst the three […] READ MORE


Is Novak Djokovic Already The GOAT?

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For some – especially fans of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer – this will sound like a heresy. How could Novak Djokovic already be the greatest of all time when he has fewer Major titles than both and fewer weeks as world #1 than Federer? In fact, Djokovic does not lead in any single category […] READ MORE


Is Nadal Already The GOAT?

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The debate surrounding who is the greatest of all time in the men’s game has always been a controversial, if engaging conversation. But it has reached a fever pitch in recent years due to the unprecedented achievements of the Big Three of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. A strong case can be made […] READ MORE


AO Tennis 2 Review – Breaking Into The Top 20

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It’s been a rough nine years for tennis games. From having the likes of the Virtua Tennis 4, Grand Slam Tennis 2 and the fantastic Top Spin 4, all released between 2011 and 2012, it’s been a barren wasteland for any tennis game let alone a good one since. In early 2018 Big Ant Studios […] READ MORE


Djokovic The Escapologist Can Achieve The Grand Slam In 2020

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“Djokovic” and “Escapologist” don’t quite rhyme, but they are close enough metrically to suggest that in time the great Serb might just acquire a new nickname to go with “The Rubber Man”, the monicker that is a testament to both his freakish physical flexibility and his ability to bounce back from even the most difficult […] READ MORE


Novak Djokovic – A Year in Review

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Two Grand Slams, two Masters 1000s and one ATP 500 title. For most players that would be more than enough to earn a spot in the Hall of Fame. But for Novak Djokovic that marked a 2019 campaign that was almost disappointing. After a resurgent 2018 season, which saw him recover from elbow surgery in […] READ MORE


Eugenie Bouchard in 2019: Canadian Star Collapses

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In 2014 Eugenie Bouchard looked to have the world at her feet. Fresh from reaching the Wimbledon final and a career-high ranking of fifth in the world, the Canadian was rated as one of the world’s most marketable athlete by SportsPro, finishing above Usain Bolt, Lionel Messi and Novak Djokovic. Off the court, Bouchard had […] READ MORE