Currently, the Indian Wells tournament is in the focus for those avidly following the prime tournaments in tennis. There, the best players, men and women, perform to show mastership, and as well as unexpected developments leading to high ranking players dropping, there are surprises. These changes and surprises pose challenger
In this fourth-round encounter at this year’s 2018 Australian Open, hosted in Melbourne Park, it’s the interesting clash in styles between Kyle Edmund and Andreas Seppi Having watched Seppi's match against Ivo in the previous round it became apparent to me after struggling for two seasons on and off with serious
USA - CH Charlottesville 30 Oct 2017 - 23:30 Tennys Sandgren - Reilly Opelka Opelka to win 2.24 Pinnacle 5 units (5% Bankroll) Reilly won this event last year. It was his first ever Challenger title. His game flourishes best indoors, naturally, given the air is thinner, allowing the ball to travel faster through it.
World - Davis Cup Steve Darcis - Nick Kyrgios Venue: Venue: Palais 12, Brussels, Belgium Surface: Clay - Red Clay, Indoor . Well I find this incredible. Not only are the bookies overrating Kyrgios on clay but they’re underrating Darcis altogether. And at home? In the Davis Cup? If they were looking at stats, perhaps
In the Final show-down at this year's women's 2017 US Open, hosted in New York, it's the much promised and talked about all-American clash between Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens. Keys' love for fast tempo rallies From observing Keys this tournament it's clear she plays her best tennis when facing players who play a little
In this semi-final show-down at Roland Garros, Andy Murray of Great Britain and Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland are set to face off in what many expect to be a pulsating encounter between two of the game’s highest calibre of players. The Clay Court style/game: Unlike so much on a hard-court, powerful flat shots slow down as they are making contact on clay
It's the quarter final stage of the French Open and Frances's Kristina Mladenovic and Switzerland's Timea Bacsinszky are set to square off in what should be an engrossing, crowd pleasing encounter. Bacsinszky’s game-style and why it proves a nuisance to many players:. Bacsinszky is an out and out counterpuncher. In other words,
In this quarter final show-down at the Australian Open grandslam major event in Melbourne, Rafael Nadal of Spain and Milos Raonic of Canada are set to square off in a match, which though may turn-out to be tedious in some-parts, is likely to still be a dramatic, edge-of-your-seat encounter. The crux of the match-up (Serve vs Return) Nadal has