ATP Finals Final Prediction – Dominic Thiem vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

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In what promises to be an entertaining end to the 2019 ATP season, first-time finalists Dominic Thiem and Stefanos Tsitsipas will meet to decide the ATP Finals. Both men have enjoyed fine years, with Thiem establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with on the hard courts, a point he has underlined in London, […] READ MORE


The Strange Case of Dominic Thiem

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If one were to ask, behind Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, who amongst the ATP’s leading lights had enjoyed the best 2019 the obvious answer would be Daniil Medvedev. The Russian has, after all, climbed from world #16 to inside the top four, winning two Masters titles and making the US Open final during a […] READ MORE


Rafael Nadal Is Not An All-Time Great On Hard Courts

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Earlier today, I read one of the most ridiculous things I’ve ever seen related to tennis. Someone, in fact a huge sports journalist, claimed that if you took away clay from Rafael Nadal he’s still an “all-time great;” take away grass from Roger Federer and he’s “still a legend;” but have Novak Djokovic never play […] READ MORE


Just Give Roger Federer the ATP Finals Trophy

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2017 has been some comeback year for Swiss superstar Roger Federer. From going into this year’s Australian Open ranked 17th in the world, the 36 year old now finds himself second in the rankings with the help of seven titles, including two Grand Slams and three Masters events. Going into this year’s ATP Finals, the […] READ MORE


David Goffin qualifies for World Tour Finals

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David Goffin has become the first Belgian to qualify for the ATP end of season World Tour Finals in the singles. Goffin will make his first appearance as a direct entrant and joins Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Marin Cilic, Dominic Thiem, along with Grigor Dimitrov and Alexander Zverev who also make their debuts. The Belgian […] READ MORE


Paris-Bercy Masters 1000: Scenarios in the Race to London

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With the last Masters 1000 of the season starting in Paris this Monday, there’s not much intrigue regarding who will finish the year at #1, with Rafael Nadal only needing to win one match until the end of the year to secure that honor. The main intrigue of the tournament, aside from the obvious “Who […] READ MORE




Alexander Zverev is Smart to Skip the NextGen Finals

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After qualifying for both the ATP World Tour Finals in London and the NextGen ATP Finals, World #5 Alexander Zverev has decided to only play the more prestigious event in London. While the Next Gen ATP Finals held in Milan is a chance for the best seven 21-and under-players to compete for a title between […] READ MORE