Maxime Cressy Upsets Pablo Carreno Busta in Career Match

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World No. 151 Maxime Cressy stole the show at the US Open. The French-American pulled off one of the biggest upsets in recent memory as he defeated Olympic Bronze Medalist Pablo Carreno Busta 5-7 4-6 6-1 6-4 7-6(7) in an offensive onslaught that lasted three hours and 31 minutes. Cressy fired 46 aces and saved […] READ MORE


Nuno Borges Makes a Solid Start to his Warsaw Campaign

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Warsaw– Nuno Borges had a couple of very unlucky injuries in recent months. The Portuguese twisted his ankle leading against Gastao Elias in the semifinals of the Oeiras Challenger and was sidelined for about a month. In his second match back, he fell and injured the other ankle, just a game away from victory against […] READ MORE


Paul Jubb wants to beat his mentor Andy Murray

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Paul Jubb only turned professional in the spring of 2020, but is already dreaming big. The 21-year-old Brit earned a college scholarship to the University of South Carolina when just 17. Making the move from Hull to The Palmetto State was a big deal and meant a lot of hard work. Jubb was up to […] READ MORE


Dominik Koepfer’s Unreal Journey, from Germany to the US Open via Tulane

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The current edition of the US Open has hosted several career-boosting runs from qualifiers. Players infamously referred to as “journeymen” or “minor-leaguers” by John McEnroe. Taylor Townsend is taking the women’s draw by storm with her go-for-broke attacking style. The Chicago native is coming to the net an average of over 30 times per set, […] READ MORE



Arkansas Women’s Tennis Rightfully Denied NCAA Tournament Berth

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You may already be aware that after a reaching the semifinals of the SEC women’s tennis tournament, the Arkansas Razorbacks tennis team scheduled a half-dozen matches in a single day against lowly Tennessee State in order to reach the .500 mark on the season, and become eligible for selection in the NCAA tournament. But now […] READ MORE