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Kei Nishikori And Mike Bryan Make His...

Kei Nishikori And Mike Bryan Make History

  In the wee hours of the day on this side of the planet, the tournaments in Tokyo and Beijing reached their conclusion, and two of the finals that were played wrote new pages in the history books, with the wins of Kei Nishikori (in Tokyo) and Mike Bryan (in Beijing).

Bad News For David Ferrer

Bad News For David Ferrer

  David Ferrer is having a dream season. Very close to a qualification for the ATP World Tour Finals (WTF), first after last week for the number of wins to date (62), second for the number of titles (5) and the number of finals (6), all was going well and he had a very good […]

The First Of 2012

The First Of 2012

    After months of getting near but never happening, 2012 finally has a first time ATP title winner. After 11 missed chances to see it happening, we were sure that the 12th time would be a charm, as both finalists in St. Petersburg were fighting for their maiden crown.   By ranking, Martin Klizan […]

An Unwanted Guest Spoils Day 2

An Unwanted Guest Spoils Day 2

    At many a party, there is someone who comes and crashes the whole thing for a spell. Wimbledon is no different and today, the unwanted guest was, as always, the rain, which delayed the start of the matches by more than an hour on the outside courts, then stopped them for three full […]

Surprise In Rome, (Brief) Challengers...

Surprise In Rome, (Brief) Challengers News, A Magician In Brazil

Main draw action started today in Rome, where six first-round matches were played on top of the last seven qualifying matches. If Paolo Lorenzi defeating Nikolay Davydenko was a half surprise considering how good the Italian is on clay, I got particularly wrong in my prediction regarding Milos Raonic. 

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