Richard Gasquet, Plagued by Injuries

Richard Gasquet

Open Sud de France, Montpellier [58] Richard Gasquet (FRA) vs. [132] Vasek Pospisil (CAN) He was supposed to be the next great tennis star of France; the tennis player the French believed would carry the mantle and burden of the French people‚Äôs hopes for another French Roland Garros champion. The pressure has been tremendous for…

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ATP & WTA Rankings Post AO

ATP rankings

Movers Of The Week All tennis players look forward to the majors, they are the four biggest opportunities to boost their rankings; however, if you do poorly your ranking can remain unchanged or be drastically affected depending on what you did at that tournament the previous year. Many players will be quite happy today when…

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Will Thiem Be Third Time Lucky?

Dominic Thiem

This is the third consecutive year that [5] Dominic Thiem (AUT) has made it to a major final. In 2018 and 2019, he made it to the final of the French Open. Hard court has traditionally not been his favorite surface; however, like Rafael Nadal, he is learning to navigate it with success. Of his…

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Kenin Defeats Number One, Barty

Kenin

AUSTRALIAN OPEN [14] Sofia Kenin (USA) did the unthinkable, upset Australian darling and number one seed, Ashleigh Barty. Their head-to-head favored Barty, the location favored Barty; however, the fighter known as Sonya, did not let those two facts prevent her from fighting her way to victory. Opportunities Squandered By Barty Even the number one seed…

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