MOVER OF THE WEEK: Lorenzo Sonego

Sonego

Lorenzo Sonego had the tournament of his career at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters this past week. Cheered on by the Italian fans, the twenty-three-year old rode the wave of confidence to the quarterfinals. It was his best showing at a Masters tournament; unfortunately, it ended when he came up against the red-hot Serbian, Dusan Lajovic….

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Not Quite Upsets In Monaco

Monaco

Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, Monaco Low on confidence, some seeded players are finding out that they are vulnerable to competent clay court players no matter their rankings. Marin Cilic has been struggling with a right knee injury and his struggles continued today against a very good clay court player, Guido Pella. Pella had the seventh seed…

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Amanda Anisimova Wins First Title in Bogota

Amanda Anisimova

Claro Colsanitas Open, Bogota Championship Match: [76] Amanda Anisimova (USA) vs. [138] Astra Sharma (AUS) In 2018, Anisimova lost the chance for her first title in Japan when Su-Wei Hsieh defeated her in straight sets after she had practically dominated the field. Today, she wanted a different result; however, things did not start off well…

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YOUTH IS SERVED IN HOUSTON

Houston

There are five players remaining in the Houston draw and four of them are twenty-four years and younger.  Three of them are twenty-two and younger. Sam Querrey, the sole American left in the draw, at thirty-one is the oldest player and expected to win the title. However, he will have to get by the young…

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