John Isner To Skip the Australian Open

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The Australian Open has lost another big name and this time it’s 6 ft 11 American John Isner, with the Greensboro, North Carolina native set to miss the first Grand Slam of the year due to a reluctance to travel without his family. He confirmed his decision to the media after his three-set loss to […] READ MORE




Big Names At The ATP Delray Beach Open

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The tennis season has just begun and the top men’s players in the world are getting ready once again. This year kicks off in Delray Beach and plenty of big names are scheduled to play in this event. However, some top notch players withdrew from the tournament, but the field that remains is a pretty […] READ MORE


Season Review of ATP Players Ranked #21-30 Including de Minaur, Coric, and Isner

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A look at the players who finished the COVID shortened 2020 ATP season ranked inside the top 30 including the talented Alex de Minaur, Borna Coric, and Felix Auger-Aliassime. #21 Felix Auger-Aliassime Embed from Getty Images Auger-Aliassime went 23-19 in 2020 and showed his promise, reaching three ATP finals on the season. On the downside, […] READ MORE


French Open Day 4 Men’s Predictions Including Alexander Zverev vs Pierre-Hugues Herbert

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Alexander Zverev was solid in the opening round of the French Open, next up is home player Pierre-Hugues Herbert for a spot in the third round. Our panel of Andrew Watson and Damian Kust offer their predictions. Alexander Zverev vs Pierre-Hugues Herbert Embed from Getty Images Andrew: Despite taking a while to warm up (like […] READ MORE



American Men Continue To Struggle At The US Open

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22 American men competed at this year’s US Open at the singles level. With an open draw since Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer weren’t playing, the Americans tried their luck. Although, they seemed to not take advantage of playing a home field event. Big Hope But Same Results Again and again, the American men had […] READ MORE


Five Set Survivors Advance to Second Round at the US Open

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Well, that was quick. Discussions of bubbles continue, but now at least some talk shifts to Grand Slam play. After over five months of no competitive tennis, best of five sets competition returned at the US Open. And on day one in New York seven matches went the distance. Now, seven players head into Wednesday’s play […] READ MORE