Novak Djokovic’s Two Biggest Issues

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At the end of January, Novak Djokovic wowed his fans with a record seventh Australian Open title, with arguably his best ever performance against great rival Rafael Nadal in the final. Since then, things have gotten a little rough for the World #1. With just five wins in his last three events and going into […] READ MORE


Denis Shapovalov at a Crossroads on Clay

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For a long time, tennis fans’ eyes were on Denis Shapovalov. Ever since Montreal 2017, where he upset Juan Martin del Potro and Rafael Nadal in succession, the tennis universe thought that Denis Shapovalov was the next big star, set to challenge players such as Alexander Zverev for the #1 ranking in future years. Shapovalov’s […] READ MORE



Alexander Zverev is Playing At Net More, and It’s Working

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Is Alexander Zverev becoming more like his big brother? Up until this point, the 21-year-old German tennis star has been known exclusively as an aggressive baseliner–a player content to rip groundstrokes from the back of the court and approach the net only when winning the point is a sure thing. Two interesting questions for Alexander […] READ MORE



Kyle Edmund Sets Up Madrid Showdown With Novak Djokovic

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Kyle Edmund produced a clean and efficient performance to defeat Daniil Medvedev in the first round of the Madrid Open. The Russian proved to be a tricky opponent for the British #1 but Edmund remained to solid in the end. It will not get any easier for the Brit as he faces a rejuvenated Novak […] READ MORE



Is Andy Murray’s 2017 As Bad As We Think?

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Andy Murray is going through a very difficult spell at the moment. Injuries and illness have contributed to a large part of his lull and they have also justified some of his alarming losses this season. If we go back to the opening week of 2017 those will remember seeing an introduction to a seemingly […] READ MORE