Andy Murray’s Return Victorious

Fever-Tree Championships, Great Britain Five months post his second hip surgery, Andy Murray made a winning return to tennis in doubles. Murray teamed up with his good friend, Feliciano Lopez and the duo defeated the number one seeds from Colombia. Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah, the number five ranked doubles team on the both…

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Nadal Into 12th French Open Final

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ROLAND GARROS, FRANCE [2] Rafael Nadal (ESP) got to his twelfth French Open final today; however, going into this match, Nadal had lost the last five matches to his opponent, [3] Roger Federer (SUI). This would be their thirty-ninth meeting and despite their recent record, Nadal had never lost to Federer at Roland Garros. Their…

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Barty’s Road To 1st Major Final

ROLAND GARROS, FRANCE [8] Ashleigh Barty (AUS) will play teenager, [38] Marketa Vondrousova (CZE). There were almost two teenagers in the final at Roland Garros; [51] Amanda Anisimova (USA) won the first set and had a 3-1 lead in the second set before the wheels came off. If you ever doubt that pressure can affect…

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Vondrousova Bucks The Trend

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ROLAND GARROS, FRANCE BOTTOM HALF: Women’s Semifinalists [31] Petra Martic (CRO) was feeling a little under the weather yesterday and that was perhaps the slight dip in level that [38] Marketa Vondrousova (CZE) needed. Martic served for the first set 5-3 up but could not close it out. They traded two breaks each in the…

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2019 Roland Garros Quarterfinals

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ROLAND GARROS, FRANCE Men’s Quarter-finalists [1] Novak Djokovic (SRB) is on a mission and so is his opponent [5] Alexander Zverev (GER). Their head-to-head is tied 2:2 with Zverev winning their only encounter on clay. However, Zverev has been struggling to find his confidence and that may play right into the hands of the Serbian….

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Week Two Begins At Roland Garros

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The second week of the French Open begins today. There are thirty-two singles players left in the draw: sixteen men and sixteen women. Each man and each woman will give their all to be in their respective final next weekend. MEN’S ROUND OF SIXTEEN Twelve of the thirty-two seeds remain, ten of whom are the…

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