Seven Americans Remain In The Draw


ROLAND GARROS, FRANCE At the end of day four, there are only seven Americans remaining in the singles draw. We are guaranteed at least one American in the third round though. [35] Sofia Kenin (USA) got a lucky break when [22] Bianca Andreescu (CAN) was unfortunately forced to withdraw from the tournament due to injury….

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Can Herbert Turn The Tables On Tsonga?


Open Sud de France, Montpellier [44] Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA) vs. [210] Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) One is looking to reestablish himself as a contender amongst the elite and the other is hoping to claim his first ATP Tour singles title. Tsonga leads their head-to-head 2:0; however, that was two years ago. A lot has changed for…

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Berdych’s First Semis Since February


Qatar ExxonMobil Open, Doha [55] Pierre-Hughes Herbert (FRA) vs. [71] Tomas Berdych (CZE) It was their first meeting and the advantage should have been Herbert’s; however, years of being ranked in the top ten came to Berdych’s rescue. While he played with a certain freedom, Herbert played tentatively. Despite the score, Herbert was right in…

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Herbert And Mahut Win Third Masters

Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, Monaco Doubles Final: Bruno Soares and Jamie Murray vs. Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut The day started off poorly.  Rain wanted to ruin the finals; however, after about thirty to forty-five minutes, play got underway. Murray and Soares won the first set 6-4.  The French team was a bit slow warming up in the wet conditions and…

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