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Toronto: Interesting Final

Toronto: Interesting Final

  He hasn’t always been the most convincing during this Rogers Cup. In fact, he hasn’t been convincing since the end of the French Open, but he remains one of the best players in the world and it’s not for nothing.   The defending champion has remained the last top 4 standing, when one was […]

Tommy Haas: At The Highest Level

Tommy Haas: At The Highest Level

  When he underwent two surgeries (hip and elbow) a month apart in the beginning of 2010, at the age of 31, many were those who deemed that the career of former World no 2 Tommy Haas was coming to en end. After all, haven’t we seen players like Guga Kuerten and Fernando González unable […]

Rain Rain Rain

Rain Rain Rain

    It spoiled many days in Wimbledon and at the Olympics, and now it’s crossed the Atlantic with the players to settle in Toronto and Montreal.   Apparently, rain likes tennis lately. The problem is that tennis doesn’t like rain, but not at all. If two of the Grand Slams have a roofed Centre […]

The Woes Of A Quick Surface Change

The Woes Of A Quick Surface Change

  All the players who took part in the later stages of the Olympic Games had to face, in a very short time span, the woes of going from grass to hard courts.   For instance, those who competed in the men’s doubles finals and Bronze medal match finished on Saturday, and had little to […]

Tanking vs Tired

Tanking vs Tired

  Since yesterday, I have seen two players being accused of tanking their opening match at the Masters 1000 of Toronto, and I can’t stand there without saying anything, especially after having seen both matches, and knowing where both players come from.

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