Fritz regrouped nicely to defeat Harrison

Fritz regrouped nicely

Fayez Sarofim & Co. U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship, Houston [54] Ryan Harrison (USA) vs. (72) Taylor Fritz (USA) It was the first meeting between two Americans, who are familiar with being in the spotlight. In 2007, Harrison was talked about as the next big American star. In 2015, Fritz was amongst the slew of…

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Harrison keeps going down under

Nadal king of clay doing well down under

AUSTRALIAN OPEN, Melbourne Third day at the Australian Open and the struggle is real for the Americans. Ryan Harrison gave the American fans something to cheer about as the only singles player to advance on day three down under. AMERICANS THAT WON Ryan Harrison def. [31] Pablo Cuevas: 6-4, 7-6(5), 6-4. Coming close to winning…

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AO: bad day one for the Americans

Americans down under

AUSTRALIAN OPEN, Melbourne Americans did not have a very good day one down under as both the top female and male seeds fell. [5] Venus Williams lost to the resurgent Belinda Bencic: 3-6, 5-7. Williams will lose valuable ranking points as a result of losing in the first round (she was a finalist last year)….

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Kyrgios starts 2018 with a bang

Kyrgios 2018

Brisbane International, Australia Men’s Final: [21] Nick Kyrgios (AUS) vs. [47] Ryan Harrison When you watch Kyrgios play with focus, you are astounded by the quality of his tennis and you forget that he can be rather naughty on the court. Perhaps this is the season that he puts all that behind him and focuses…

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Kubot And Melo Too Tough

Melo

Nitto ATP Finals, London Doubles Semifinal: [1] Lukasz Kubot & Marcelo Melo vs. [8] Ryan Harrison & Michael Venus They were the undefeated team of the entire tournament; however, that was irrelevant when you consider that their opponents were the formidable duo of Kubot and Melo. Harrison and Venus got off to a very slow…

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Harrison Fights Off The Rain And Millman

Harrison fights off rain and Millman

BB&T Atlanta Open, USA [42] Ryan Harrison (USA) vs. [174] John Millman (AUS) This was their first meeting and Millman was primed after defeating Frances Tiafoe in the previous round; yet, it was the American who broke first.  When you struggle with doubt, it takes very little to make you uncomfortable on the tennis court.  Worse,…

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