The Legacy of Juan Carlos Ferrero Is Not Over

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Juan Carlos Ferrero, also known as “Mosquito Ferrero”, is a former World #1 and the winner of the 2003 French Open. He also won the Davis Cup with Spain three times, and multiple Masters Series events. But the legacy of Ferrero did not end when he retired from professional tennis since his life is still linked […] READ MORE


Carlos Alcaraz Garfia’s Rapid Rise in 2020

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Carlos Alcaraz Garfia made incredible progress in 2020 to highlight his status as one of the brightest young ATP talents. After starting the year at #490 in the ATP rankings, the Spaniard climbed 354 places to reach a career-high position of #136 in October. Alcaraz Garfia ended the year at #141 and as the youngest […] READ MORE


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




The Implausible Ascent of Juan Ignacio Londero

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Juan Ignacio Londero completed a fairytale-worthy week by winning the first edition of the Cordoba Open. The Argentinian wild card entered his hometown event winless in his three previous tour-level main draw appearances. By reeling off five consecutive wins at the Cordoba Lawn Tenis Club, Londero became not only a prophet in his own land, […] READ MORE


Why the Hurry? The Success of the Alexander Zverev-Ivan Lendl Team-up Will Take Time

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Alexander Zverev’s announcement about Ivan Lendl joining his coaching team was fairly recent. However, it has been a development that looked to be the cards for a long time–from March 2018. In these six months, Zverev continued to hem-and-haw his answers when periodically asked about Lendl joining his team. His declaration of the move now, […] READ MORE