Top 10 Men Take Varying Paths to Australian Open

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The world’s top 10 male players took varying paths to the first round of the 2022 Australian Open. With the year only two weeks old, these elite players already have diverse 2022 experiences. Observers wonder which playing choices will lead to deep runs in Melbourne. #1 and #5 did not play While media outlets and […] READ MORE


Alexei Popyrin, the Low-Key Grand Slam Specialist

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Despite being overshadowed by other members of the NextGen, Alexei Popyrin completed a solid 2019 season. Between January and December, the Australian climbed 50 spots in the ATP rankings, from No. 147 to No. 97. As per usual, the glass may look half-full or half-empty. The Sydney native elected the ambitious route to build up […] READ MORE




Australian Open 2019: Aryna Sabalenka’s Time to Shine

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Margins are a frustrating concept sometimes, especially for Aryna Sabalenka at the US Open 2018. In a tense/close 4th round match, Sabalenka out-performed eventual champion Naomi Osaka 27-18, in terms of winners hit. However, a 37-34 difference in unforced errors meant that the Belorussian Sabalenka let her Japanese opponent in. Aryna Sabalenka Gave Naomi Osaka […] READ MORE




Hyeon Chung Shocks Former Australian Open Champion Novak Djokovic

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Hyeon Chung has booked his spot in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open after defeating the former champion and 14th seed Novak Djokovic. Chung has been the talk of the town notching up some impressive wins already at this years Open, but this 7-6(4), 7-5, 7-6(3) win over the Serbian is a class above the rest. The […] READ MORE