What “Tennis Season” Follows Wimbledon?

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Shortly after Wimbledon, the tennis schedule can be kind of hectic, confusing, and even interesting. The French Open and Wimbledon have drained a lot of energy out of players on the tour, but there is still a need for US Open preparation. Complementing the eventual switch to hard court tennis, there are both clay and […] READ MORE


What next for Daniil Medvedev?

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Daniil Medvedev has had a stunning last 10 months. From winning just five matches across ten events last spring and summer, he now finds himself ranked within the world’s top 15, having won three titles since August, after what has been a meteoric rise for the young Russian. But whilst the future looks bright for […] READ MORE


Five Famous (Or Infamous) Tennis Feuds

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Nadal-Kyrgios has all the makings of a classic tennis feud, or at least the beginnings of one. Rafael Nadal’s furious reaction to Nick Kyrgios serving under-arm at the end of their match in the Mexican Open this week, saying that the young Australian “lacks respect for the public, the rival and himself”, was met almost […] READ MORE


The Five Finest Displays In Men’s Grand Slam Finals

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Novak Djokovic certainly played exceptionally well in the Australian Open Men’s Singles Final. Djokovic himself thought that it was a virtually “perfect” performance and numerous tennis commentators and writers, including John Lloyd (a former Australian Open finalist himself), thought that it was the best performance they had ever seen and indeed had taken men’s tennis […] READ MORE


Bernard Tomic vs Lleyton Hewitt Feud Could End up in Court

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Bernard Tomic and Lleyton Hewitt do not see eye to eye. Their relationship has been rocky since 2017. Hewitt as the Australian Davis Cup captain, has stated publicly that Tomic will never again represent Australia in the competition. With Hewitt confirming that the 26 year old has been blacklisted in a recent interview. However, more […] READ MORE


Alex de Minaur–Australia’s Next Star

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Ahead of his match with Rafael Nadal at his home Slam, it would be interesting to look at the career of Alex de Minaur and why he could be the next star of Australian tennis. At just 19, he is the World No. 29 and many are predicting a big future in the game, potentially […] READ MORE


Australian Wild Cards Popyrin and Bolt Overshadow Davis Cup Drama

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MELBOURNE– Like a dramatic soap opera, tennis in Australia can get very intense and passionate. It wasn’t too long ago that former Grand Slam champion Lleyton Hewitt was yelling “come on” at the top of his lungs after a big point in a match. The Australian fans come out in full force for their national […] READ MORE


The ITF Radically Changed the Davis Cup, and Players are Not Happy

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The Davis Cup needed to change in order to be revived into the spectacle it once was. Not a single player, coach, or national association will argue that. What was once a worldwide showpiece has seen declining attendance and few top tier players participate. The dispute and controversy comes in the “how.” The ITF clearly […] READ MORE


Davis Cup: the Good and the Bad of the Kosmos Reform

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Requiescat in pace, Davis Cup. What’s up, Piqué Cup*! The initiative by investment group Kosmos to tear apart reform the historic national team competition was approved on Thursday in Orlando (Florida, USA) by a wide margin, with 71 percent of the 220 members of the International Tennis Federation [ITF] in favor of the overhaul, according […] READ MORE