Roger Federer’s Career Achievements

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Roger Federer has announced he will retire from professional tennis. After over 40 years on the planet and two knee surgeries, the Swiss Maestro has finally decided to hang up his racket. He’s brought the tennis world heaps of entertainment, tears of joy, tears of heartache, moments of artistry and immortal matches that will go […] READ MORE


Why Daniil Medvedev Can Win the US Open… but Probably Won’t

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When you hear about a World #1 returning to defend a Grand Slam trophy in men’s tennis, thoughts immediately flash towards Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer. It’s been eons since anyone else was in that position. But in 2022, that all changes as Daniil Medvedev arrives in Flushing Meadows atop the men’s rankings […] READ MORE




Juan Martin del Potro Announces Plan to Retire

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Juan Martin del Potro has announced that he is likely to retire after playing the Argentina Open in Buenos Aires next week due to a knee injury. The Argentine has been given a wildcard into the main draws of both Buenos Aires and the Rio Open later in the month, however it is possible that […] READ MORE





Crossroads for Stefanos Tsitsipas

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It has been a strange week for Stefanos Tsitsipas at the US Open. In three rounds of tennis, Tsitsipas played two five-set blockbusters lasting over four hours each, sandwiched by a four setter. The way those matches played out and ultimate defeat to Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz leaves Tsitsipas at an undoubted crossroads. Crossroads because 2021 […] READ MORE