Australian Open Men’s Draw Analysis

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The bottom half of the draw is loaded with the following seeds: #2 Rafael Nadal, #3 Roger Federer, #5 Kevin Anderson, #6 Marin Cilic, #9 John Isner, #10 Karen Khachanov, #13 Kyle Edmund, #14 Stefanos Tsitsipas, #18 Diego Schwartzman, #19 Nikoloz Basilashvili, #20 Grigor Dimitrov, #22 Roberto Bautista Agut, #26 Fernando Verdasco, #27 Alex de…

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A Passion For The Game

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The first major (aka: the Australian Open) gets underway on television in the USA on Sunday, January 13th. As I get prepared for another tennis season, the qualifying rounds of a major remind me that “most tennis players play tennis because they are passionate about the sport”. That would seem intuitive; however, take a look…

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What’s Up With Coco Vandeweghe?

Coco Vandeweghe

Coco Vandeweghe is currently ranked 101 (she fell 46 spots). 2018 has probably got to be the season that Vandeweghe wants to quickly forget. Although she made it to the final in Stuttgart and the semifinals in ‘S-Hertogenbosch, it has been an abysmal season for the American (she won the two prominent doubles titles: Miami…

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Wuhan Open Finalists Are Set

Wuhan finalists

Wuhan Open, China [20] Aryna Sabalenka (BLR) vs. [27] Anett Kontaveit (EST) The final is set and many would not have predicted these two as finalists; however, their respective teams may have. Both finalists are the future of the WTA Tour and Sabalenka recently announced that she is the real deal by capturing her first…

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