Category: Tennis

Khachanov Keeps ‘Head High’ After Second Slam SF Run | ATP Tour

Karen Khachanov backed up his semi-final showing at the 2022 US Open by matching his best Grand Slam result in Melbourne. After a 7-6(2), 6-4, 6-7(6), 6-3 defeat to Stefanos Tsitsipas on Friday in the Australian Open final four, the 18th seed spoke of “mixed feelings” after falling short of his first major final. “Obviously …

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Martina Navratilova shares update on cancer battle: Hanging in there

Martina Navratilova says she is “hanging in there” as she is fighting to win her second battle with cancer. On January 4th, Navratilova announced she was diagnosed with throat and breast cancer. 13 years ago, Navratilova was diagnosed with breast cancer and beat the disease. Now, Navratilova is again battling cancer and the tennis community …

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Coastal Carolina University men’s team will play with Francis Marion on Wednesday!

The Coastal Carolina University men’s tennis team opens this week at homethe 2023 spring season with Francis Marion on Wednesday at 2:00 pm at Stevens Tennis Complex in Conway. As reported by the Coastal Carolina University website, the Chanticleers are off to a 3-0 start this springwith all three wins coming on the road against …

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Roger Federer no longer GOAT candidate, there are no style points

Wally Masur says Roger Federer’s chances of finishing as the GOAT are over as he believes that the number of Grand Slams is the thing that counts and not the elegance and style. Federer, who retired after the Laver Cup, finished with 20 Grand Slams – the third-best in tennis history. After winning this year’s …

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Nys/Zielinski Channel Bryan Brothers For Australian Open SF Win | ATP Tour

After losing the second set in Thursday’s Australian Open doubles semi-finals, Hugo Nys and Jan Zielinski drew inspiration from six-time Melbourne champions Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan. The Monegasque/Polish pairing then powered through the deciding set in a 6-3, 5-7, 6-2 win against Frenchmen Jeremy Chardy and Fabrice Martin, advancing to what will be a …

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Paul Set For Top 20 Breakthrough Behind Australian Open Run | ATP Tour

American men’s tennis is on the rise, and few are climbing higher than Australian Open semi-finalist Tommy Paul. During his run to his first Grand Slam semi-final, the 25-year-old has soared 16 places up the Pepperstone ATP Live Rankings to No. 19, setting himself up to crack the Top 20 for the first time in …

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Maxime Cressy: ‘I Don’t Put Any Limits On Myself’ | ATP Tour

Maxime Cressy is famous for his unique serve-and-volley tactics, an old-school style that stands out in the modern game. The Paris-born American also has a distinctive approach to the mental side of the sport, utilizing a mindset that meshes with his aggressive play. “My mentality is definitely unique,” Cressy told the ATP Tour in a …

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The Best Of Andy Roddick In Netflix’s Break Point | ATP Tour

Netflix’s Break Point highlights rising stars in the sport who are pushing to reach the top of tennis’ mountain and dethrone all-time greats like Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. A legend who provides insight into what it takes to do so is former World No. 1 Andy Roddick, who competed against Nadal and Djokovic for …

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