2020 Italian Open Draw Preview

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Note: Please excuse any potential slight issues to our appearance as our site is currently undergoing maintenance. Also, make sure to look at out brand new message boards. The Italian Open, moved from its usual spot in the calendar to the autumn due to the coronavirus pandemic, will begin on Monday. A number of star […] READ MORE


All Italian Open Matches Cancelled Due to Rain in Rome

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If the rain in Spain stays mainly on the plain, where does the rain go in Rome? Well, smack dab in the middle of the clay courts of the Italian Open, of course! All scheduled matches on Wednesday have now officially been cancelled. While the tournament director hoped to get the night session underway, the […] 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


Enough is Enough, We Need Hawkeye on Clay

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Ever since Hawkeye was introduced in tennis at Indian Wells back in 2006, it’s changed tennis for the better. From having to trust the views of linespeople and umpires on calls, players could now take matters into their own hands and ask for a verdict from an electronic system made up of eight different cameras […] READ MORE


Maria Sharapova Could be Set for Deep Run in Rome

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Last week’s good show in Madrid, showed improved focus from Maria Sharapova. It sets her up for a shot at a 4th Italian Open title. Maria Sharapova Even Looked Good in Defeat Winning three matches in a row, including a victory over the dangerous Kristina Mladenovic was eye-opening from the Russian. The Mutua Madrid Open […] READ MORE



Five Reasons Why Rome is the Best Tournament in the Season

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If you’re a tennis fan who lives in Italy, then the week of the Internazionali BNL d’Italia is sacred. Since the beginning of the season, every Italian fan knows exactly which week the tournament is going to take place, and starts planning to go there. As a student, mid-May is the worst period of the entire year, […] READ MORE


Is Andy Murray’s 2017 As Bad As We Think?

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Andy Murray is going through a very difficult spell at the moment. Injuries and illness have contributed to a large part of his lull and they have also justified some of his alarming losses this season. If we go back to the opening week of 2017 those will remember seeing an introduction to a seemingly […] READ MORE


Seven Names you Should Watch out For in the WTA Clay Season Without Serena Williams

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On the 19th of April, it was the 30th birthday of Maria Sharapova, who is ready to come back on court next week, in Stuttgart, after her ban. However, there’s a woman who stole the spotlight on her birthday only with a Snapchat photo. I’m dealing, of course, with Serena Williams, who announced the world she is 20 weeks […] READ MORE