Friday, April 3, 2020

2016 Australian Open Preview

What to look for at this years first Grand Slam.

Roger Federer To Miss French Open

For the first time since the 1998 U.S. Open, Roger Federer will be absent from a Grand Slam. Federer, who holds the record for most men's Grand Slam singles titles at 17, withdrew from this years French Open, which is set to begin Monday, due to an ongoing back injury. Federer is currently ranked no. 3 in the world, and after...

First Round of French Open Concludes

The first round of the second Grand Slam of the year, the French Open, concluded Tuesday, so let's take a look at how both the men's and women's singles faired in their opening matches. Men's Singles Overall, the opening round for men's singles at Roland Garros was pretty routine, albeit there were some tight matches for some of the top seeds....

South Carolina’s Shelby Rogers French Open Run Continues to Quarterfinals

Coming into this years French Open with a world ranking of 108 and a best Grand Slam result being a 3rd round appearance at the 2015 U.S. Open, it was safe to say no one expected much of anything from 23 year-old Shelby Rogers, the Charleston, South Carolina, native. Instead, Rogers has made an incredible run to her first ever...

Christopher Eubanks Lights Up the City at the BB&T Atlanta Open

Georgia Tech's Christopher Eubanks takes his tennis career to new heights at the BB&T Atlanta Open.

Underdogs Excel in Washington D.C.’s Citi Open: Winding Down Day 2

A qualifier, a lucky loser, and wildcards find their way to day three at the Citi Open in Washington D.C.

2017 Wimbledon Champion Gabrine Muguruza Is Hungry For More In Stanford

With the U.S. Open around the corner, Gabrine Muguruza remains focused and looks to build on her success in 2017.

Yuki Bhambri and Tommy Paul Stun their Top 20 Opponents at the Citi Open

Yuki Bhambri and Tommy Paul each rose to challenges as they prevailed over their top 20 opponents at the Citi Open.

Back and Better Than Ever: Sam Querrey Re-enters the Emirates ATP Top 20

After being crowned the champion of the Los Cabos Open, Sam Querrey re-enters the Emirates ATP top 20 and looks to seize remaining opportunities in 2017.

Who Will Light Up NYC at the 2017 U.S. Open?

While the men's draw offers insight of what to expect, the women's draw remains ambiguous.
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