Top Eight Players to Battle at Nitto ATP Finals

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This year the Nitto ATP Finals will be held without fans in London at the O2 Arena. This will be the last year that this event will take place in London, as it will move to Turin, Italy starting next year. The eight men who will be playing in the singles matches are the best […] READ MORE


ATP Paris Masters Day 2 Predictions Including Laslo Djere vs Kevin Anderson

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Day 2 of the Paris Masters 2020 will be a high octane affair with 15 matches scheduled. We preview and predict all ten Round of 64 matches and five Round of 32 matches scheduled for Day 2. We spread the 15 matches across four articles. The other three feature Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Ugo Humbert, Stan […] READ MORE



French Open Day 7 Men’s Predictions Including Kevin Anderson vs Andrey Rublev

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Andrey Rublev vs Kevin Anderson is an intriguing French Open day 7 matchup. Our panel of Damian Kust and Yesh Ginsburg offer their predictions for this and the rest of the matches on the schedule. Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Aljaz Bedene Embed from Getty Images Yesh: Tsitsipas looked in great form in his last match after […] READ MORE


French Open Day 5 Predictions Including Kevin Anderson vs Dusan Lajovic

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Kevin Anderson and Dusan Lajovic are two of the big names in action on day 5 of the 2020 French Open. Our panel of Damian Kust and Andrew Watson offer their predictions. Lloyd Harris vs Matteo Berrettini Embed from Getty Images Damian: Lloyd Harris has been doing surprisingly well on the clay in the past two […] READ MORE



Dominic Thiem’s tough path to French Open glory

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Dominic Thiem faces a tough draw at the 2020 French Open, as he looks to win a second consecutive Grand Slam title. The Austrian lifted his first Major title at the US Open just two weeks ago. Thiem is largely seen as the third favorite in Paris, after Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. In the […] READ MORE


Roland Garros Men’s Singles Watchability Power Rankings

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Late September, Wilson balls, no Fernando Verdasco for the first time since 2003, there’s a roof…this Roland Garros edition is shaping up to be quite bizarre. At the same time, Rafael Nadal will still teach free lessons to a couple of unlucky souls in the first week. Some things never change. But let’s go straight […] READ MORE