ATP Rome Day 2 Predictions Including Milos Raonic vs Adrian Mannarino

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Clay court tennis is back in full flight as the first round of the 2020 ATP Italian Open in Rome continues. Seeded 13th, Milos Raonic will try to find his best tennis on a surface that doesn’t really suit his game. Meanwhile, 2018 Roland Garros semifinalist Marco Cecchinato will see if he can channel some […] READ MORE


US Open Proving a Struggle for Brits

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During the long coronavirus lockdown, British tennis players, like the tennis players of most countries, largely had to settle for playing each other, first in a men-only “Battle of the Brits” tournament and then in a team equivalent that featured both male and female players. Those phony battles are now over and competitive tennis has […] READ MORE


US Open Men’s Day 3 Predictions Including Novak Djokovic vs Kyle Edmund

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Round 2 action begins at the US Open with Novak Djokovic facing top Brit Kyle Edmund and American Taylor Fritz in action. Damian Kust, Yesh Ginsburg, and Jim Smith offer their predictions. Novak Djokovic vs Kyle Edmund Embed from Getty Images Damian: Djokovic had a weaker period in the second set against Dzumhur but most […] READ MORE


US Open Men’s Day 1 Predictions Including Reilly Opelka vs David Goffin

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The first day of the US Open is upon us, while the tournament is different this year, the tennis action still promises to be a must watch. We here at LWOT will be offering our predictions for 24 matches on day, including Novak Djokovic vs Damir Dzumhur, Denis Shapovalov vs Sebastian Korda, Borna Coric vs […] READ MORE


ATP Cincinnati Masters Day 1 Predictions Including Kyle Edmund vs Kevin Anderson

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The 2020 Cincinnati Masters may be kicking off in unfamiliar surroundings, having been moved from its traditional home in Mason, Ohio to the Billie Jean King National Tennis Centre in New York. But it nonetheless marks a more than welcome return for men’s tennis, over five months after the season was suspended ahead of the […] READ MORE




Brits Battle Shows UK Men’s Tennis Finally Has Some Depth

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Britain’s National Tennis Centre at Roehampton in south-west London may be no substitute for Wimbledon, but once upon a time a “Battle of the Brits” in men’s tennis could have been held in a phone-box or newspaper kiosk, such was the lack of contenders for the title. Indeed, for many decades (roughly between the mid-1970s […] READ MORE