Sara Errani: A career of Moving Mountains

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When you look back over the plethora of gifted talent on both the ATP and the WTA tours, there are the usual suspects that always get a mention, and are on the tip of most people’s tongues. I want to take a thorough look at career of someone that doesn’t quite get the recognition she […] READ MORE



Salvatore Caruso Makes Top 100 Debut

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Change in tennis is fast-moving. There are the rising stars in the game, basking in the media and fan’s adoration. Those players either continue on their trajectory to greatness or are thrown to the curb, labeled a bust who will never make it in the upper echelon of the ATP Tour. And then there are […] READ MORE




A Brief History of Italian Tennis

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After several years in the doldrums, Italian tennis is in the ascendancy again. First, Turin successfully secured the rights to succeed London as the host city of the ATP Tour Finals from 2021 to 2025 (at least). Then, the fabulous Fabio Fognini, the great modern-day Italian master of clay-court tennis, won the biggest title of […] READ MORE


Andreas Seppi Has Been a Pillar of Consistency on the ATP Tour

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DELRAY BEACH– Most people think of Andreas Seppi as being able to pull off the occasional upset on the biggest stages in tennis, but what’s most impressive about the Italian is his longevity on tour. Seppi, who turned pro in 2002, has finished in the top 100 thirteen out of the past fourteen seasons. Nothing […] READ MORE


Ekaterina Makarova is a Dark Horse Still Standing at Wimbledon

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With seeds being scattered like confetti, the stoic Russian Ekaterina Makarova is making progress under the radar. This is, of course since her second second-round victory over Caroline Wozniacki in a Slam within a year. Makarova has shown that the Wozniacki victory was no fluke and looked good in defeating Lucie Safarova last round. Makarova […] READ MORE