MOVER OF THE WEEK: Lorenzo Sonego


Lorenzo Sonego had the tournament of his career at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters this past week. Cheered on by the Italian fans, the twenty-three-year old rode the wave of confidence to the quarterfinals. It was his best showing at a Masters tournament; unfortunately, it ended when he came up against the red-hot Serbian, Dusan Lajovic….

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Alexander Bublik makes a ranking move

Alexander Bublik

The mover of the week honors goes to the Kazakhstani. Alexander Bublik defeated two top hundred players en route to capturing the ATP Challenger title in Monterrey this past weekend. The Russian born player turned professional in 2014 and he has been talked about for a while now; however, I have never seen him play….

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MOVER OF THE WEEK: Felix Auger-Aliassime

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Eighteen-year-old Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime gets the honors of mover of the week with his impressive run to the semifinals of the Miami Open. The Canadian almost made it to the final; however, his lack of experience in such a pressure packed situation was his undoing. Auger-Aliassime had both sets on his racquet but he fell…

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Mover Of The Week: Nick Kyrgios


Nick Kyrgios gets the honors this week because he not only won the Abierto Mexicano title over the weekend, he defeated three top ten players en route to the title. The Australian is no stranger to beating the top guys. Once ranked as high as thirteen, Kyrgios is known for his lethal serve and forehand….

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