Federer, Nadal, or Djokovic: Who will Break the Tie?

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Roger Federer’s recurring knee injury has cast a cloud of uncertainty over his participation in the American hard-court season beginning in a few weeks. Needless to say, this is a huge setback for him and his fans. Fitness concerns have had a toll on the Swiss’s relentless pursuits to stay on top of his game […] READ MORE


Tokyo Olympics Men’s Draw Analysis

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The Tokyo Olympics men’s singles draw has been released, and it is bringing a number of exciting first-round clashes! Though it seemed like everyone and their grandmother withdrew from the Olympics, there is still an exciting tournament ahead with Novak Djokovic looking to become the first man to achieve the Golden Slam and the rest […] READ MORE


Tokyo Olympics Men’s Singles Roundtable Predictions: Champion, Dark Horse, and Early Exit

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Ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (taking place in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic), five Last Word On Tennis writers-–Vithun Illankovan, Damian Kust, Anurag Sahay, Steen Kirby and Jakub Bobro––make their Men’s Singles predictions. We will also have a separate roundtable for the Women’s Singles. Tokyo Olympics Men’s Roundtable Predictions Champion – Who will win Gold […] READ MORE



Top Young Players to Watch

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The tennis world has been dominated by the “Big 3” for the last 17 years or so. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have 20 Grand Slams each. While Djokovic and Nadal are still the dominant players in the world right now, there have been signs of a changing of the guard. Daniil Medvedev, […] READ MORE


The Rise Of Hubert Hurkacz

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After winning his first Masters 1000 title in Miami this year, Hubert Hurkacz has had a fascinating season. Heading into this year’s Wimbledon Championships, Hurkacz was on a six match losing streak. No one was discussing him as a potential dark horse or as someone who could go deep this year. Seemingly out of nowhere, […] READ MORE