Week Two Begins At Roland Garros


The second week of the French Open begins today. There are thirty-two singles players left in the draw: sixteen men and sixteen women. Each man and each woman will give their all to be in their respective final next weekend. MEN’S ROUND OF SIXTEEN Twelve of the thirty-two seeds remain, ten of whom are the…

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Heir Apparent: Dominic Thiem


Mutua Madrid Open, Spain [3] Roger Federer (SUI) vs. [5] Dominic Thiem (AUT) Thiem led their head-to-head 3:2 coming into this match, with the added advantage of winning their only previous encounter on clay; thus, he was favored to win this match. However, Federer came out focused; he served well and never gave his opponent…

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Roger Federer Makes More History

Roger Federer

Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, UAE Championship Match: [7] Roger Federer (SUI) vs. [11] Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) Federer was chasing history once again and the only person standing in his way was Tsitsipas. The young Greek defeated him earlier this season at the Australian Open. However, Federer leads the way in titles won amongst active…

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