Nick Kyrgios: Bad Boy Gone Good

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Nick Kyrgios has always been an enigma. Supremely talented and earmarked for early success, the fiery Australian often found new and inventive ways to self-destruct. This year seems to be a turning point, however, as a string of impressive results, suggests he may have finally turned the corner. He announced himself to the world in […] READ MORE



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




The Case for Best-of-Five Set Doubles at Wimbledon

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Nick Kyrgios has been the center of attention at Wimbledon so far. Arguments with umpires, a grudge match with Stefanos Tsitsipas, eating during a press conference–this man has done it all. One of his more understated moments, however, is an argument he made on Tuesday. Speaking after his 1st round singles win, the Aussie ripped […] READ MORE


Jo-Wilfred Tsonga to Retire at Roland Garros

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Fan Favourite Jo-Wilfred Tsonga has announced he will retire from tennis at Roland Garros. Jo-Wilfred Tsonga will retire at French Open The former World $5 announced today on social media that he will be retiring from the sport he loves. The Frenchman wants to go out on his terms, before a doctor or physio tells […] READ MORE


Where Does the Australian Open Leave the Australian Talent?

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One must wonder where the next men’s Australian Grand Slam winner will come from, with Lleyton Hewitt’s 2001 US Open and 2002 Wimbledon wins standing alone this century. For a country steeped in sporting success, and more precisely tennis success, this near 20-year hiatus appears baffling. Going back before Hewitt, famous names such as Patrick Rafter, […] READ MORE



The Arrival of the ‘NextGen’

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The sporting world witnessed a brilliant year of Grand Slam tennis in 2021. History was made. However, not the history we were expecting, with Daniil Medvedev popping Novak Djokovic’s Grand Slam balloon. Instead, a “NextGen” player was finally crowned Grand Slam champion. This was a long time coming but men’s tennis looks set to move […] READ MORE