The Rise Of Hubert Hurkacz

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After winning his first Masters 1000 title in Miami this year, Hubert Hurkacz has had a fascinating season. Heading into this year’s Wimbledon Championships, Hurkacz was on a six match losing streak. No one was discussing him as a potential dark horse or as someone who could go deep this year. Seemingly out of nowhere, […] READ MORE


British Men’s Tennis Is Thriving, Whatever Happens To Andy Murray

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Late Wednesday, after nearly four hours on-court, Andy Murray pulled off another stunning five-set victory against Oscar Otte. It’s a sight nobody should be taking for granted, with years of conditioning and struggle behind his dogged comeback. Winning against Denis Shapovalov this Friday could be asking too much of the man with the metal hip […] READ MORE



The ATP Tour Should Return to Best-of-Five Finals

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The French Open is over for another year. A slightly unexpected result, if not an entirely unpredictable winner in Novak Djokovic. Indeed, Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have won the last three Major tournaments. However, for the first time a member of the “NextGen” came closest to breaking the duck and winning a Major title. Stefanos […] READ MORE



Matteo Berrettini: The Sleeping Giant of the Men’s Draw

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As we head into the deep end of this year’s French Open, much has been said about the potential challengers that can stop Rafael Nadal from lifting a 14th Roland Garros title. Novak Djokovic, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and Alexander Zverev are viewed as the frontrunners to challenge the Spaniard. On Monday, much was made about the […] READ MORE