Five Latin American Players Who Could Win A Grand Slam

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Latin American players are often overlooked when it comes to the big tennis tournaments, but the truth is that they have a lot to offer on the big stage. Juan Martin Del Potro has led the way for aspiring stars for over a decade, especially after defeating Roger Federer in the 2009 US Open final. […] READ MORE


Memorable Men’s Grand Slam Finals in the 2000s

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There were some memorable major finals in men’s tennis during the 2000s and Last Word on Tennis picked out five of the best. Andre Agassi beat Yevgeny Kafelnikov 3–6, 6–3, 6–2, 6–4 – Australian Open 2000 Agassi came into the first Slam of the millennium as the World No. 1, and on a run of […] READ MORE



ATP Stockholm Monday Predictions Including Daniel Evans vs Bernard Tomic

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The 2019 ATP Stockholm Open is underway, although its expected field took a serious hit over the past week. Two-time champion Juan Martín Del Potro, who originally intended to begin his umpteenth comeback at the Swedish capital, was eventually forced to withdraw. Likewise, to nobody’s surprise, Joachim Johansson’s brief cameo back on tour was cut […] 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


Juan Ignacio Londero Seeks To Continue His Breakthrough Year

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The Cincinnati 2019 promises to be a hotly contested affair and we analyze and predict every match for you. But for a certain Argentinian, Juan Ignacio Londero, this year, in particular, has been a career-defining one. Argentina, a country where football takes the pinnacle in terms of fan following, it sure has produced some fine […] READ MORE