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Novak Djokovic Manages To Close Another Step To Close The Year As World No.1

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Novak Djokovic manages to close another year as world ranking number one after his triumphant take over from Krajinovic. His hopes had depleted but a little, due to his defeat against the Pro and master Spaniard Rafa Nadal. However, the Erste Bank Open was the perfect opportunity to redeem himself. It obviously presented itself as an even more special moment, as it has been over 13 years since Novak actually returned to Vienna, so taking this defeat was exceptionally well-timed …

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Why Roger Federer isn’t the GOAT

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Roger Federer is not the GOAT. He wasn’t the Greatest Men’s player of all time before Rafael Nadal tied him on 20 Grand Slams this past Sunday and he isn’t now. Nor has he been for a long time. I realise this opening will upset a lot of people who have already angrily closed down this link, but for the rest of you willing to stick around, I will explore in this blog why that is. Slams Roger Federer, Rafael …

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Fun Facts about the US Open Tennis Championships

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If you Google US Open Tennis Championships, you will find one of the most popular questions that people were asking is “will it even take place?”. Well that time has just arrived, the answer is a resounding yes and the US Open starts today – it will take more than a global pandemic to stop the fourth and final Grand Slam Tournament of the year. The US Open has an interesting history.  Here are a few fun and interesting facts …

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Adversity comes with an instruction for Federer

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In this history of tennis, there are only a handful of players who can hit every shot with the same elegancy and sophistication and one such player is Roger Federer. His effortless and graceful moves are like poetry in motion. The Swiss international turned pro in 1998. From a young age, Federer was destined for greatness. He first received the limelight when he at the age of 19 defeated Peter Sampras Number 1 at that time in 2001 Wimbledon quarterfinals. …

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5 Reasons Why Rafa Nadal is so Dominant on Clay

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A teenage Rafa Nadal burst onto the scene when he rattled off 24 consecutive victories on clay during the 2005 season. He swept world number one Roger Federer aside in the French Open semi-finals and then made short work of Mariona Puerta to clinch his first Grand Slam. Since then Nadal has racked up a number of astonishing records on clay. He has won the French Open 12 times and he holds a 98% win record at Roland-Garros. No player has …

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Maria Sharapova retires from Tennis

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Five-Times Grand slam champion has announced her retirement. “Tennis–I’m saying goodbye,”she wrote in an essay that appeared Wednesday in Vouge and Vanity Fair. The 32-year-old Russian enjoyed a glittering career that saw her complete a career Grand Slam, win 36 WTA titles, and spend 21 weeks as WTA World No.1. The 32-year-old became a household name at 17, when she defeated Serena Williams in the Wimbledon final. It would be one among just two victories the Russian would earn over …

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The Merry Old Land of Woz

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Great Dane Caroline Wozniacki, the Danish superstar from Odense, announced herself on the professional scene in 2005, just two years after her junior career started. Her first Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) tour event was the Western and Southern Financial Group Women’s Open in Cincinnati where she lost in the first round to the then top seed Patty Schnyder. Caroline then spent a few years playing on the WTA, working on her game in both singles and doubles events before she …

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The pros and cons of the new Davis Cup format

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Ushering in an element of team spirit to an individual sport like tennis is a welcome concept, but still it has not been totally embraced by the players wielding the rackets, recently, at least. The Davis Cup, the most famous team event, has in fact, been more of a nuisance for the players than something they would value, cherish and fight for. Who else, but the ATP schedule to blame! It has not been a major feature of the tennis …

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Home Sweet Home- Experience Reigns Once Again in the Davis Cup

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It has only been one hundred nineteen short years since members of the Harvard University tennis team challenged the top players from the United Kingdom. In that time the Davis Cup, named after the Harvard man who actually used his money to create the tournament, has become the largest annual team competition in sports. All of these nations competing for the same eventual goal, the largest trophy in tennis. Only fifteen countries have ever being crowned world tennis champions. But …

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Is This a Case of “Bjorn Again”?

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Older fans at tennis matches have recently been nudging each other and asking whether time travel has been invented. There, on the court, they have seen an intriguingly familiar figure. Tall, broad-shouldered and with long blond hair, whispers of “Doesn’t he look like, you know, him!” have been circulating through the crowd. If sites like www.livecasinousa.com, did bets on the existence of time travel, then you might have wanted recently to put a little money on Bjorn Borg popping from …

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Wimbledon 2019 Preview

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It is time for the biggest tennis tournament! Wimbledon 2019 is just around the corner and we are going to witness all the greatest players battle to win this important trophy. Some of the fans are not aware that Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam event played on a grass surface. The first edition was held all the way back in 1877. As always, the event is happening at the All England Lawn Tennis Club between 1st July and 14th …

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5 Under-20 Tennis Players That Could Become Grand Slam Champions

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We are living in the golden era of tennis with Novak Djoković, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer dominating the ATP tour. Young talents like Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas are lurking, but it doesn’t like they have what it takes yet. What about the youngest generation, and players who still haven’t turned 20? Let’s take a look at some of them that could become future Grand Slam champions, and find their place in the tennis history! And remember, if you …

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What now for Nadal?

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On October 31st 2018 the world number one Rafael Nadal had to withdraw from another APT tournament due to injury. This has been a recurring theme since 2005 but something that has happened more frequently as the years have gone by. Nadal withdraw from the Paris Masters last week before His 2nd round match against Fernando Verdasco, with Nadal citing doctors orders as the reason because of an ongoing abdominal issue. This is something that tends to happen to him …

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2018 Wimbledon, Fourth Round: Preview and Betting Advice – Nadal vs De Minaur

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This article is going to explain why Alex De Minaur will notch the biggest win of his career on Saturday. I ain’t got time to be Shakespeare unfortunately, so I’m just gonna get straight to the point and articulate it direct. Hopefully it hits every reader into placing this absolute must-bet. Let me tell you that there are only five guys out there who can defend & flip the script in the rally on their backhand wing, BETTER than Australia’s …

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Andy Murray withdraws from Wimbledon

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Andy Murray has pulled out of Wimbledon on the eve of the tournament as he’s still recovering from hip surgery. Andy Murray was always in a race against time as he aimed to be fit in time to be able to compete at Wimbledon, the two-time champion made his long-awaited return after nearly a year out, the Scotsman played at Queen’s earlier this month, before reaching the second round at Eastbourne this week where he was beaten by Kyle Edmund.. …

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Andy Murray may miss Wimbledon

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Andy Murray insists that he’s in no rush to decide whether he will play at Wimbledon this year. Andy Murray was the defending champion last year, he was clearly struggling with his hip throughout the quarter-final against Sam Querrey and he was knocked out of Wimbledon following a 3-6, 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 6-1, 6-1 defeat by the American. The Scotsman had been out of action for nearly a year with a hip injury and admitted his recovery has taken longer …

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Novak Djokovic feels confident ahead of quarter-final against Kei Nishikori

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Novak Djokovic believes he has finally rediscovered his form at the right time ahead of his quarter-final against Kei Nishikori at the Rome Masters later today. Following his defeat to Kyle Edmund at the Madrid Open in the second round last week, Novak Djokovic believes its all coming together for the 12-time Grand Slam champion, The Serb has been battling to regain form and fitness following lay-off of six months before the Australian Open. So Djokovice has advanced to the …

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The Developments and Surprises in the 2018 Indian Wells Event

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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 for bettors, and there are ample opportunities to try their predictions and use the knowledge gained by following bettingsitez.co.uk. So let us sum up what has taken place in this …

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2018 Mens Australian Open, Fourth Round: Preview and Betting Advice – Edmund vs Seppi

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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 injuries Seppi is back to his ultimate best. He’s returning serve like he used to as well moving and striking the ball with that same old-school Andreas Seppi intensity …

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2017 Davis Cup World Group Semi Final: Preview and Betting Advice – Darcis vs Kyrgios

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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 they would have been advised at starring at his win/loss ratio in Davis Cup, IN Belgium? Huh?  . Now whether Kyrgios still has an injury …

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