Rublev Stops Seven-Time Cincy Champ

Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati [3] Roger Federer (SUI) vs. [70] Andrey Rublev (RUS) It was a Next Gen contender against a well-established top ranked player. In a first meeting that many expected the top ranked player to dominate; yet, Rublev has always been a streaky opponent and when he is hot, he can mix…

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Will Bouchard Rediscover Her Form?

Perhaps we can trace the decline in confidence back to the initial insult. In 2014, Eugenie Bouchard got to the Wimbledon final and many expected it to be a great match against Petra Kvitova (Kvitova had won Wimbledon in 2011) because Bouchard had stormed through the draw without losing a set. Yet, she got to…

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Bouzkova Rockets Up The Rankings

There is now another Czech player to pay attention to on the WTA tour. Twenty-one-year-old Marie Bouzkova made herself known as a player to be reckoned with when she dispatched of the number seven seed, Sloane Stephens, in the second round of the Rogers Cup in Toronto. The young Czech player did not stop there,…

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Nadal Defends Rogers Cup Title

Coupe Rogers, Montreal Men’s Championship: [2] Rafael Nadal (ESP) vs. [9] Daniil Medvedev (RUS) It was their first meeting, and Nadal had history on his side; he was 10-0 against first time finalists. Yet, Medvedev could have been different. He started off well, showing no signs of nerves on his serve; while, Nadal needed over…

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No One Can Stop Mother Time

As much as we want to think twenty is the new thirty, the reality is you are no longer twenty and your body no longer behaves like a twenty-year-old. In the grand scheme of things thirty and forty is not old; however, for solo athletes, it is very old. How The Body Changes With Age…

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