ATP & WTA Top 100 Comparison


A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE TOP 100 ON THE ATP AND WTA TOURS There are thirty-five (35) players who are thirty years or older on the ATP Tour and nineteen (19) on the WTA Tour. In the twenty-five year old to twenty-nine year old bracket, both the ATP and WTA Tours have forty (40) players. The…

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September 2018: ATP/WTA Champions


The last major of the season, the US Open, was completed in September and it left shock waves around the tennis world; yet, enough has been said about all the drama that surrounded the final. Instead, let us focus on all the positives and give congratulations to Naomi Osaka, who won her first major title….

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Nishioka Rockets Up The Rankings

Yoshihito Nishioka

SIGNIFICANT RANKING CHANGES FOR THE WEEK OF 10.01.2018 The mover of the week honors go to twenty-three year old Yoshihito Nishioka; he defied the odds to claim his first career singles ATP World Tour title in his first attempt. It was a battle, but he defeated Pierre-Hugues Herbert in three sets to claim the Shenzhen…

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Tomic Denies Fognini Italian History

Tomic Italian

Chengdu Open, China Championship Match: [13] Fabio Fognini (ITA) vs. [123] Bernard Tomic (AUS) Tomic was once ranked as high as number seventeen in 2016; however, a slew of injuries and a lack of interest saw his ranking plummet outside the top two hundred. Yet, despite the ranking, his unpredictability and innate talent makes him…

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Sabalenka Claims Second Title Of 2018


Wuhan Open, China Championship Match:  [20] Aryna Sabalenka (BLR) vs. [27] Anett Kontaveit (EST) It was their first meeting and it was another dominant performance from the Belarusian. If there were any nerves, Sabalenka did not display them. She also surprised me with her ability to adapt so quickly and she brought out the drop…

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