Ben Shelton: The Newcomer

Ben Shelton was almost forced to go pro after his accelerated success which included a victory over(at the time) the #5 ranked player in the world, Casper Ruud.The following months, he achieved many milestones. For example, being the youngest player in history to win three Challenger titles in three straight weeks.  He reached the top …

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One-time wonders: Achieving the unachievable

I believe that in no other sport the fans and the media are so hard on players. I understand if a soccer player poorly performs at the final of an international competition or if a quarterback is not able to complete passes in a Superbowl game. But many of these great achievements always remain next …

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Caroline Garcia: It Is Never Too Late

There are certain players that you know will have a breakthrough at some point. You can almost visualize them winning big tournaments and getting to the top of the rankings. For me, that was not the case with Caroline Garcia. She is the player that I saw getting maybe a couple of early-round victories at …

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Amanda Anisimova: Road To Redemption

Players’ careers are full of highs and lows, even for top-ranked players. Nadal, for example, has had to face injuries and surgeries just to keep playing the sport he loves so much.  Amanda Anisimova has faced a lot of things at such a young age in and out of the court.  Once a French Open …

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My 2022 Tennis Resolutions:

Thanasi Kokkinakis in 2022

LORENZO MUSETTI… THE NEXT #1?

Every time there is a new player that people start talking about I can't help it but get excited and wonder if he is the one that is going to make history in the upcoming years. To be honest, I don’t think that any of the guys that are now inside the top 20 are …

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Should tennis resume on August?

It is almost incredible that even though we are living through a pandemic, the professional tours are seriosly planning on resumming the 2020 calendar. Many ATP players, including the #1 ranked player in the world were diagnosed with COVID-19, along with other players who participated in tournaments in Serbia. Now, the US Open insist the …

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The American Dream

Danielle Collins has not win a Grand Slam match before coming in to the Australian Open, now she has won five, and she is heading into the semifinals where she would be facing Petra Kvitova. On the other hand, Frances Tiafoe advanced to his first QF of a Grand Slam for the first time in …

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TIAFOE PRACTICE (VIDEO)

Tiafoe practice at the Houston ATP 250 tournament! 

Australian Open: Week 1

In this post I will probably tell you what you already know, but more than that I will share how I feel about this tournament in particular. My favorite Grand Slam will always be Wimbledon by far, and I don’t think that will change anytime soon, yet the past few years I’ve loved what has …

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