Holger Rune: The Wonderkid

I first knew of Hulger last year, when he was leading the junior rankings.  I saw a couple of videos on the Morotogrlou Academy Instagram account and I immediately fell in love with his forehand. So effortless and solid. I saw him set up the match point against Tsitsipas today in the fourth round and …

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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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What Barty’s victory tells us about Serena’s dominance

I never grew up admiring Serena, If so, I was a little mad that no one could beat her for months in a row. My favorite player was Sharapova, the fact that she could go toe to toe with Serena and more importantly, that she seemed to not care who was on the other side …

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Australian Open Men’s Final: Predictions

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Australian Open Predictions: Men’s semis and beyond…

Only eight men are standing, only two will reach the final, and only one will lift the trophy. Who will it be?  Monfils vs. Berrettini. The Italian is one of my favorite players, but this time I think Monfils is going to beat him. The Frenchman, who has not dropped a set yet, is playing …

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Roland Garros 2021: My candidate

It’s not a secret that the bottom half of the men’s draw is pretty much open to anyone due to the frozen ranking putting Nadal, Djokovic and Federer in the same half, and the early exit of who many now called “The Prince of Clay” Dominic Thiem. My pick to give the surprise, is Stefanos …

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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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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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