The two same events, eight less players on the men’s draw but they had $4,662,372 more in prize money than the women…

The run-up to the US Open see’s players hit either Toronto or Montreal and then Cincinnati as part of the path to Flushing Meadows. Prize money at these events has never been close or as it should be ‘equal’ and in a Global Pandemic we have understandably seen prize money decrease across events but the... Continue Reading →

Dominic Thiem mixed up his service return position at Cincinnati and got demolished, now he’s returned to his usual position and looks more at home but why is his deep return position criticised when Rafa & Stan do the same?

No top player played more tennis matches in lockdown than Dominic Thiem. In a 6-8 week period the Austrian played in around 30 matches but on his first match back on the ATP tour at Cincinnati which was held in New York no one probably played worse than he did. I can't think of many... Continue Reading →

Cincinnati (in New York)

In this unusual year The Western and Southern Open held in Cincinnati at the Lindner Family Tennis Centre since 1979 is being held in New York at Flushing Meadows to create a tennis bubble. The double header of Cincinnati and the US Open at Flushing Meadows came about because of the global pandemic and was... Continue Reading →

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