Andy Murray makes epic US Open comeback to beat Nishioka

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Andy Murray recovered from two sets down to beat Yoshihito Nishioka in an epic five-set US Open first round encounter. The 2012 champion prevailed 4-6, 4-6, 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (7-4), 6-4 in a four-hour, 39-minute contest on Arthur Ashe Stadium. It was Murray’s first Grand Slam singles outing since his five-set loss to Roberto Bautista […] READ MORE


Former Champions Kim Clijsters and Andy Murray Return to US Open

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Former champions Kim Clijsters and Andy Murray will return to Grand Slam tennis on Tuesday at the 2020 US Open. The unranked 37-year-old wild card Clijsters will face WTA #27 Ekaterina Alexandrova in her first round match. The Belgian is making her second comeback and played her first official match in over seven years in […] READ MORE


AO Tennis 2 Review – Breaking Into The Top 20

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It’s been a rough nine years for tennis games. From having the likes of the Virtua Tennis 4, Grand Slam Tennis 2 and the fantastic Top Spin 4, all released between 2011 and 2012, it’s been a barren wasteland for any tennis game let alone a good one since. In early 2018 Big Ant Studios […] READ MORE


Andy Murray Wins First Singles Match Since January

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The first round of the US Open is underway, but don’t forget that the ATP Tour never sleeps and there are also lower-tier events to keep up with. In his third singles tournament after having undergone a hip resurfacing surgery, the former world no.1 and 3-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray played his first match on […] READ MORE


Is Stan Wawrinka a Contender at this Year’s French Open?

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When tennis fans talk frequently about the possible candidates to go all the way at the French Open, there is usually a host of players that can potentially take the crown on the WTA side, but only a few ATP players that are truly tipped to go on and achieve great things at a Major. […] READ MORE


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


Nick Kyrgios – The Most Overrated Player

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R3, QF, R1, R3, R3, R2, R1. Do you know what that is? You probably don’t, but those are Nick Kyrgios’ last seven results at official events. Despite all this, four years on from his Wimbledon quarterfinal run, we still constantly hear praise for him such as: “Good for tennis” “One of the most talented […] READ MORE


Can Kyle Edmund become the next Andy Murray?

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For years Andy Murray has been the pinnacle of British tennis, with a remarkable record of three Grand Slams, two Olympic Gold Medals and 11 Grand Slam finals appearances. However, 2018 has been a year of decline for the Scot, as on January 8th Murray announced on Instagram that he had undergone hip surgery and […] READ MORE


John Isner Reaches First Slam Semifinal

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The news of the day was Roger Federer’s shock exit at the hands of Kevin Anderson, and Rafael Nadal’s triumph in almost five hours over an inspired Juan Martin Del Potro. Just beyond the limelight, on Court 1, John Isner quietly made waves, reaching the first Grand Slam semifinal of his career by defeating Milos […] READ MORE