Alexander Zverev hires David Ferrer as coach

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Alexander Zverev has added David Ferrer to his coaching team on a trial basis. Zverev posted on his Instagram story: “Some good news: I am going through a trial period with David Ferrer on my team. Could not be more excited to get back to work. Can’t wait for the tour to be back.” Ferrer […] READ MORE


Steffi Graf’s Golden Slam

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Steffi Graf is seen as one of tennis’ best ever players, winning 22 Grand Slams but 1988 was the year that will never be beaten.  The German star competed a Calendar Golden Slam when she won the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open along with an Olympic Gold medal. Last Word on […] READ MORE



Dominik Koepfer’s Unreal Journey, from Germany to the US Open via Tulane

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The current edition of the US Open has hosted several career-boosting runs from qualifiers. Players infamously referred to as “journeymen” or “minor-leaguers” by John McEnroe. Taylor Townsend is taking the women’s draw by storm with her go-for-broke attacking style. The Chicago native is coming to the net an average of over 30 times per set, […] READ MORE



Hamburg Open Semifinal Day: Basilashvili Haunts Zverev; Reaches Final

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HAMBURG- A near-full capacity crowd today here at the Am Rothenbaum as four top players competed for a place in the prestigious final of the Hamburg Open. Both semifinals were both highly enthralling and competitive. Hamburg-born Alexander Zverev was clearly the crowd favourite as he played the defending champion, Nikoloz Basilashvili. The other semifinal match […] READ MORE


With Lower Expectations, Alexander Zverev Seeks To Break New Ground

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Expectations can work in amusing ways. For some, carrying expectations can be a huge motivator and kick-start exemplary achievement–just ask the Big Three of men’s tennis. Alexander Zverev, on the other hand, has just found out at this year’s French Open that he functions better without them. What Changed This Year? When Alexander Zverev lost […] READ MORE


WTA Nurnberg 2019 Preview: Putintseva Top Seed; Andrea Petkovic and Mona Barthel Lead the Home Challenge

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Defending champion, USA’s Alison Riske returns to the historic German city of Nurnberg, as currently the #4 seed. Yulia Putintseva is the top seed. We look ahead with the WTA WTA Nurnberg 2019 Preview. WTA Nurnberg 2019 Preview #2 Seed Katerina Siniakova Hoping to Continue her Form Revival The Czech Katerina Siniakova is the #2 seed in […] READ MORE