Jo-Wilfred Tsonga to Retire at Roland Garros

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Fan Favourite Jo-Wilfred Tsonga has announced he will retire from tennis at Roland Garros. Jo-Wilfred Tsonga will retire at French Open The former World $5 announced today on social media that he will be retiring from the sport he loves. The Frenchman wants to go out on his terms, before a doctor or physio tells […] READ MORE




The 2021 Miami Open Will Be Missing Some Big Names

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The Miami Open starts Wednesday, and many big names that were slated to play have withdrawn due to various reasons. Some opted to withdraw due to injury, others because of the Covid-19 restrictions. Indeed, these players will be missed in this grand event that is hosted annually in Miami. Here is the list of the […] READ MORE


2021 ATP Tour Players to Watch – Ugo Humbert

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French tennis, in particular men’s French tennis, has been a story of what ifs since the turn of the century. Players like Gael Monfils, Richard Gasquet and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga have shown great promise without ever pushing on and winning big tournaments on a consistent basis.┬áThe old guard are nearing the end of their careers now […] READ MORE


Big Names To Miss The French Open Including Federer and Barty

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This years French Open will have some big names who will not be playing. Some will not play because of the global pandemic, some because of injuries, and others because of personal choices. No question that these players will be missed in Paris, and hopefully we can see them soon once again. Here are the […] READ MORE


Aljaz Bedene and the Cruel Nature of Tennis

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Aljaz Bedene was four points away from his first ATP Tour title. Four points. Close enough that he can taste victory, yet far enough that it still felt like a ways to go. He had already won 72 points so far in the match up until that point, yet getting these final four points meant […] READ MORE


Federer, Nadal and Djokovic Continue to Leave a Lost Generation Behind

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Dan Marino retired from the NFL with numerous records, including most touchdown passes and most yards passing. And, no Super Bowl championships. Many consider Ted Williams the greatest hitter in baseball history. Williams hit 521 home runs and batted .406 in 1941. Williams never won the World Series. These names stand out through years of […] READ MORE