Khachanov, Fritz & Wawrinka win in late night five set battles!

Around 22:15 in Melbourne, three of the men's round two matches went to five sets almost simultaneously. A mixture of youth and experience were involved as the matches ended up going the distance at Melbourne Park, but who prevailed? Stan Wawrinka 4-6 7-5 6-3 3-6 6-4 Andreas Seppi That seventh game of a set does... Continue Reading →

Djokovic πŸš‘ Federer’s 56th QF πŸ… JoKo’s comeback 🀩 Serena’s 99th win βœ… No Barty party πŸŽ‰ Wang Qiang’s form πŸ“ˆ Stan’s still the man πŸ’ͺ🏻 & Medvedev’s still making friends πŸ‘€

Sunday was not a day of rest at Flushing Meadows. Comebacks, surprises and for some business as usual ahead of the second week of the final major of 2019. Federer's 56th Major Quarter Final! Quite the record for Roger Federer, he may not have won at Flushing Meadows for 10 years but the former world... Continue Reading →

Who will be the King at Queens?

Only three former champions are here at Queens Club. Defending champion Marin Cilic who has had a rough season is in the draw as is 2017 winner Feliciano Lopez and 2014 winner Grigor Dimitrov. Former finalist Kevin Anderson and Milos Raonic who have been hit by injury this year are also back in action. Stefanos... Continue Reading →

Will we see Stan’s best again?

Last month Stan turned 34 and his career of late has been halted with injuries. At the end of 2017 he had a knee injury which bothered him at Wimbledon and last year missed over 3 months of tennis and struggled with the comeback to the tour. This year has likewise been a struggle so... Continue Reading →

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