Post US Open Ranking Changes

Juan Martin del Potro gets the mover of the week honors; unfortunately for him, the Argentine was unable to defend his points from getting to the final of the US Open last year due to yet another surgery. However, as usual, he continues to have a positive attitude and is hoping to be back on…

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The Biggest Threat For Any Athlete

threat

We often forget that athletes are humans and like us their bodies can break down. They are at an increased risk of having an injury because they spend more time abusing their bodies than the average person. The biggest threat to their career is an illness or injury. The probability of their careers being cut…

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Del Potro’s Dramatic 1st Masters Victory

Del Potro's first Masters title

BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells Men’s Final: [1] Roger Federer (SUI) vs. [8] Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) Federer led their head-to-head 18:6 coming into this final; however, three of Del Potro’s victories over Federer came in finals. Could he make this number four? Could the great Federer be suffering from a bout of nerves?…

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Bautista Agut and Del Potro win big titles

big titles for Del Potro and Bautista Agut

Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, UAE Men’s Final: [15] Lucas Pouille (FRA) vs. [23] Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) Perhaps the outcome was inevitable; however, sometimes a head-to-head record becomes irrelevant when a player is riding a wave of confidence. Pouille has gotten off to great start to his 2018 season; he made it to two…

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Juan Martin Del Potro’s Faith Is Tested

Faith

Shanghai Rolex Masters, China [23] Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) vs. [54] Viktor Troicki (SRB) No one knows adversity better than Del Potro, who has undergone numerous wrist surgeries and other injuries that has derailed his career. Those injuries almost ended his career; however, Del Potro is a man of faith and believes strongly that…

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