Trouble for Seeds in the US Open Doubles

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Imagine if exactly half of the 32 seeds lost in the first round of a Grand Slam. Half. That would be historic, an event noteworthy enough to draw attention from around the sporting world. It also just happened at the US Open in the men’s doubles, as four of the eight seeded pairs crashed out […] READ MORE



Kim Clijsters Impresses for New York Empire in World TeamTennis

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Ten months ago, Kim Clijsters announced that she would return to the tour, on the WTA Insider Podcast, and now she has found winning form as a key member of the New York Empire during the unique 2020 season of World TeamTennis. In fact, Clijsters has thus far outperformed all of her opponents women’s singles […] READ MORE


Davis Cup Finals Quarterfinal Predictions – Great Britain vs Germany

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Although it would be an exaggeration to describe the new Davis Cup Finals as an unqualified success, there has been plenty of entertaining action for the fans to enjoy in Madrid. And that looks set to continue in the evening session, when the two remaining quarterfinals will be completed. On Centre Court at the Caja […] READ MORE


Davis Cup Finals Day 3 Predictions – Great Britain vs Netherlands

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The opening two days at the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid have already seen some nail-biting ties that have brought the Spanish crowds to their feet. With six more ties set to be played on day three, the crowds will surely be expecting more entertaining action, with the highlight of the morning session Great Britain’s […] READ MORE



Philadelphia Freedoms Clinch Spot In Finale Of World TeamTennis 2018

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The Philadelphia Freedoms dominated the field in the World TeamTennis’ annual round-robin challenge. The Billie Jean King-owned team is assured a first place finish with 10 wins out of 11 matches. They can now claim $2,500 in prize money for placing atop the regular season standings. That money will be paid out to each of […] READ MORE


Outstanding World TeamTennis Players After 8 Rounds

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This year’s World TeamTennis, the month-long six team round robin challenge, is almost over, with eight matches in the books and six more remaining. There should be enough matches to assess which players have separated themselves from the norm. With the US Open qualifying rounds starting in less than a month, one ought to wonder […] READ MORE