Federer Wins Ten In Basel

Basel

Swiss Indoors, Basel (Switzerland) [3] Roger Federer (SUI) vs. [28] Alex de Minaur (AUS) It was their first meeting and there was no competition. It was another dominant performance from Federer, who never gave his opponent any opportunity to get into the match. Federer broke de Minaur four times to claim the 6-2, 6-2 victory….

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Victorious Weekend Warriors

Chengdu Open Final: Pablo Carreno Busta needed a victory, and he got one today. Yet, it was not an easy victory for the Spaniard as his opponent, Alexander Bublik, was equally determined to walk away with the trophy. Although Bublik took the first set, he was unable to secure the victory. It was a very…

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Sabalenka Claims Second Title Of 2018

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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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Wuhan Open Finalists Are Set

Wuhan finalists

Wuhan Open, China [20] Aryna Sabalenka (BLR) vs. [27] Anett Kontaveit (EST) The final is set and many would not have predicted these two as finalists; however, their respective teams may have. Both finalists are the future of the WTA Tour and Sabalenka recently announced that she is the real deal by capturing her first…

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August 2018 ATP & WTA Champions

Longest match August

Rafael Nadal gained some valuable ranking points this month along with some confidence on the hard courts going into the US Open. As the defending champion he will probably feel a lot more relaxed knowing that he has some cushion in the rankings between himself and Roger Federer. TOURNAMENTS SINGLES DOUBLES CITI OPEN Alexander Zverev…

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Sabalenka Continues Her Run In Cincy

Aryna Sabalenka

Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati (USA) [13] Madison Keys (USA) vs. [34] Aryna Sabalenka (BLR) It was the first meeting between these two powerful hitters and Keys was supposed to have the weapons to hang with the young Belarusian; yet, that was not the case. Sabalenka realized that Keys continues to struggle to be consistent…

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