Sara Sorribes Tormo Shows Heart Once Again in Abu Dhabi

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If you watched Sara Sorribes Tormo on match point of her second round win against Bernarda Pera, you would have thought it was early in the first set. Sorribes Tormo was displaying her usual high energy level and fighting spirit. Yet, it was far, far from the beginning of the opening set. Sorribes Tormo was […] READ MORE


Carlos Alcaraz Garfia’s Rapid Rise in 2020

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Carlos Alcaraz Garfia made incredible progress in 2020 to highlight his status as one of the brightest young ATP talents. After starting the year at #490 in the ATP rankings, the Spaniard climbed 354 places to reach a career-high position of #136 in October. Alcaraz Garfia ended the year at #141 and as the youngest […] READ MORE


Rafael Nadal’s nightmare Wimbledon run

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Rafael Nadal is a 19-time Grand Slam champion, including a two-time Wimbledon winner but between 2012 and 2015 he suffered a series of embarrassing defeats at the All England Club. Lukas Rosol beat Rafael Nadal 6-7 (9-11) 6-4 6-4 2-6 6-4 – Wimbledon 2012 second round Embed from Getty Images Nadal came into this year’s […] READ MORE


Alejandro Davidovich Spearheads Revamped Armada in 2019

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Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in 2019 The future of Spanish men’s tennis does not look so bleak anymore. Expecting an irruption of another all-time superstar like Rafael Nadal was totally unrealistic, but with the majority of the stalwarts of the once mighty Armada on the wrong side of 30, fresh blood was urgently needed. Well, the […] READ MORE






Scheduling Decisions Feel the Heat as Sharapova was Protected from it

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Caroline Wozniacki seems to be remaining tight-lipped this year about Maria Sharapova and her seemingly privileged scheduling and match times. Segments of social media were used by critics to air grievances about the continuation of Sharapova’s privileged return from her ban. The Heat was Off, but now Back on Sharapova The Russian played the backhand […] READ MORE