Zverev reaches a new high

[CR105] Alexander Zverev (GER) Zverev is knocking on the door of the top one hundred.  As of 05.11.2015 he is ranked 105, an all-time high, and that number will continue to decrease the more tournaments he plays. He took a huge step in the right direction when he made it to the doubles final of the 2015 BMW…

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Curious

Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, Monaco PREVIEW Men’s Semifinals: [CR1] Novak Djokovic (SRB) vs. [CR5] Rafael Nadal (ESP) Every tennis fan, commentator and casual observer of the game will be watching this semifinal match.  Everyone, closely and loosely connected to the sport, is curious and will want to see how Nadal performs against Djokovic.  No one has been able to…

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Slow progress

[CR129] Alexander Zverev (GER) has not been able to duplicate his brilliant performance of the bet-at-home Open in 2014; thus, he continues to linger outside the top 100.  Despite the slow progress, there are signs he is maturing as a player. He has demonstrated more patience in recent matches. He has to get off to better starts, falling behind…

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Will history repeat itself?

BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells Qualifying rounds for one of the elite tournaments of the season got underway yesterday.  The women are scheduled to begin play in the main draw tomorrow.  All the hype has been about Serena’s return to the event where she was booed and mocked by a crowd controlled by their emotions. …

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2015 Injury update

TOP 100 RANKED PLAYERS RANK NAME COUNTRY INJURY 8 Marin Cilic CRO Right shoulder 12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga FRA Right forearm 17 Tommy Robredo ESP Hip adductor 51 Jack Sock USA Recovering from hip surgery 75 Radek Stepanek CZE Back injury 77 Tommy Haas GER Still recovering from right shoulder surgery

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