• Two Left in New York City

    Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka will meeting in the final of the year’s last major, the US Open. This will be their 24th meeting and second at the US Open, Djokovic winning the last encounter three years ago.The world No.1 advanced the final of the seventh time when he defeated Gel Monfils for the 12th straight time 6-3, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2 while Wawrinka stopped Kei Nishikori 4-6, 7-5, 6-4 ...
    • 2016-09-27
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    Two Left in New York City
  • Every Cloud has A Silver Lining

    Every Cloud has A Silver Lining.
    • 2016-08-25
    • 290
    Every Cloud has A Silver Lining
  • ATP World Tour Stars Front And Centre In Rio

    Former World No. 1 and International Tennis Hall of Fame inductee Gustavo Kuerten carried the Olympic torch into Maracaña stadium at the Rio Summer Games. Other ATP World Tour players featured during the opening ceremony included Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Gilles Muller, who respectively carried the flags for Great Britain, Spain and Luxembourg.Kuerten, a beloved figure in Brazil, he ...
    • 2016-08-06
    • 130
    ATP World Tour Stars Front And Centre In Rio
  • Opelka Vs. Isner Battle Set In Atlanta

    Wild card Reilly Opelka reached his first ATP World Tour semi-final after downing Atlanta native Donald Young 6-4, 6-4 at the BB&T Atlanta Open on Friday. The 18 year old won his third consecutive tour-level singles match after going 0-2 to start his career and is the tallest player on the ATP World Tour at 6’11”, tied with Ivo Karlovic.“In the first set, he had a couple of bre ...
    • 2016-08-06
    • 275
    Opelka Vs. Isner Battle Set In Atlanta
  • Tiafoe On Verge Of Challenger Hat Trick

    #NextGen Frances Tiafoe has already reached two ATP Challenger Tour finals this summer and he’s now one match away from completing a three-peat.The 18-year-old American is into the semi-finals of the $100,000 Challenger in Granby, Canada, where he is the fourth seed. On Friday, he weathered a late surge from Andrew Whittington of Australia to record a convincing quarter-final victory, ...
    • 2016-08-06
    • 197
    Tiafoe On Verge Of Challenger Hat Trick
  • Monaco Earns Big Win In Houston

    Juan Monaco, the 2012 champion of the Fayez Sarofim & Co. U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship, made a statement in Houston with a 6-3, 7-5 second-round win over second seed Benoit Paire. The former Top-10 player, who defeated Gerald Melzer in the first round, last posted consecutive tour-level wins in Nice 13 months ago (l. to Mayer in QF).The 32 year old from Tandil has more clay-c ...
    • 2016-04-07
    • 182
    Monaco Earns Big Win In Houston
  • Petzschner/Peya Win In Houston

    Second seeds Philipp Petzschner and Alexander Peya edged Paolo Lorenzi and Diego Schwartzman 7-6(1), 7-6(3) in the first round of the Fayez Sarofim & Co US Men’s Clay Court Championship in Houston on Wednesday. The German/Austrian duo saved four break points and advanced in 96 minutes.Top Seeds Upset In MarrakechTop seeds Dominic Inglot and Robert Lindstedt were eliminated in the q ...
    • 2016-04-07
    • 173
    Petzschner/Peya Win In Houston
  • Bagnis Causes Marrakech Upset; Carreno Busta Advances

    Facundo Bagnis reached his first ATP World Tour quarter-final on Wednesday by knocking out second seed Joao Sousa 6-2, 6-4 in 70 minutes at the Grand Prix Hassan II. Sousa is now 4-10 on the season.Bagnis will now face Albert Montanes, who recorded his fourth straight win over fellow Spaniard Daniel Gimeno-Traver 6-4, 6-4 in 77 minutes.Paul-Henri Mathieu, who won the 2007 title when the ...
    • 2016-04-07
    • 97
    Bagnis Causes Marrakech Upset; Carreno Busta Advances

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