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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Rublev Making A Move In Hamburg

Hamburg European Open, Germany [59] Pablo Carreno Busta (ESP) vs. [78] Andrey Rublev (RUS) Despite the discrepancy in their rankings, they were both ranked higher previously. Rublev was ranked as high as thirty-one in 2018 and Carreno Busta as high as number ten in 2017; however, as has happened to numerous athletes in their careers,…

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Carreno Busta Makes First Major Semifinals

Pablo Carreno Busta makes first major semifinals

US OPEN [19] Pablo Carreno Busta (ESP) vs. [33] Diego Schwartzman (ARG) It was unfortunate that Schwartzman was injured; yet, despite the injury, he gave a hundred percent. This was an opportunity to get to his first Major semifinals and he was determined to fight to the last point. He had several opportunities to perhaps…

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Svitolina, Sock and Carreno Busta Win

SVITOLINA STAYS PERFECT AGAINST WOZNIACKI Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, UAE Women’s Final: [13] Elina Svitolina (UKR) vs. [15] Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) Svitolina led their head-to-head 1:0; yet, Wozniacki came out dictating the points and looked like she was ready to turn the tables on her opponent.   A slight dip in her focus was all…

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Sock Recovers In Time

If Stockholm, Sweden [CR32] Jack Sock (USA) vs. [CR60] Pablo Carreno Busta (ESP) They met once before, earlier this year, it was on clay and it was a battle. Three sets went to a tiebreak, before Sock won the match in four sets. Therefore, Sock expected a challenge today. Yet, this was hard court and the…

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