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Davis Cup – The End of a Great ...

There was absolutely nothing Raonic could do after that first-set tiebreak against Djokovic
(Photo: Srdjan Stevanovic)

. Canada’s dream Davis Cup run ended in a dramatic fifth rubber, on an absolutely spectacular point that might have terrible consequences for one of the protagonists. It was a diving contest between Vasek Pospisil and Janko Tipsarevic, on the latter’s fifth match point, ending up a 7-6(3), 6-2, 7-6(6) win for Tipsarevic and a […]

One Step Away From The Dream

Frank Dancevic

  Canada caused, without a doubt, the biggest surprise of the first day of the Davis Cup. If Spain came with a team deprived of its best elements, it remained the favourite, as all of their players, at least in singles, were higher-ranked than all of the local players, with the exception of Milos Raonic.

Davis Cup – Canada Remains In T...

Davis Cup – Canada Remains In The World Group

    It was the final day of the Davis Cup for all the countries and, in Montreal, it was a determining tie that was played under the sun of the Stade Uniprix, in temperatures closer to fall than to summer, but in a very festive ambiance, as the biggest crowd of the weekend gathered […]

A 2011 Review, Part 3 – The Year Of T...

A 2011 Review, Part 3 – The Year Of The Resurgence (2)

As part of my 2011 tennis review, I started yesterday with the players we did not expect seeing where they actually ended up. After reviewing the year of Alex Bogomolov Jr and Janko Tipsarevic, the second part will focus on Mardy Fish, Feliciano López and Radek Stepanek. Tomorrow will focus on two last players, even […]

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