Rotterdam, New York, and Buenos Aires previews and predictions

February 11, 2018 6

Arguably the second best of the four February weeks is coming up, with tournaments in Rotterdam, New York, and Buenos Aires. It has the possibility of generating more headlines than any other week in February, as Roger Federer is waging an unexpected assault on the No. 1 ranking. Federer took a late wild card into Rotterdam. […]

Montpellier, Sofia, and Quito previews and predictions

February 4, 2018 9

February is for the diehard tennis fanatics. There are a whopping 12 tournaments from now through the end of the month. That’s three every single week for those counting. The madness begins on Monday in Montpellier, Sofia, and Quito, with David Goffin, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, and Gael Monfils among those in action.

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Davis Cup first round previews and predictions

February 1, 2018 10

Tennis never stops, and nowhere is that more indicative than in the Davis Cup competition, which feels like it just ended in 2017 and is now starting again in 2018. And that is, in fact, the reality of the situation. France lifted the trophy in late November and will be back in action on the second day of February when it hosts the Netherlands. […]

2018 Australian Open draw analysis

January 11, 2018 37

A relatively loaded bottom half of the Australian Open draw features Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka, David Goffin, and Juan Martin Del Potro. Rafael Nadal seemingly has a friendlier path on the other side, where reigning Nitto ATP Finals champion Grigor Dimitrov also resides along with Nick Kyrgios.

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Auckland and Sydney previews and predictions

January 7, 2018 13

With the Australian Open just one week away, Jack Sock is defending his Auckland title and is joined in a strong field by Juan Martin Del Potro, Sam Querrey, John Isner, and Roberto Bautista Agut. A less impressive Sydney draw features 2017 title winner Gilles Muller.
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Brisbane, Doha, and Pune previews and predictions

December 31, 2017 25

Despite a myriad of injuries, Week 1 of the 2018 campaign is not without intrigue. Andy Murray is joined in Brisbane by recent Nitto ATP Finals champion Grigor Dimitrov, Dominic Thiem is playing in Doha, and fellow 2017 London participant Marin Cilic is the No. 1 seed in Pune. […]

Thiem tops Doha field with Djokovic and Tsonga on the sideline

December 30, 2017 2

Dominic Thiem has always taken the court at every opportunity, so it comes as no surprise that he is getting his 2018 campaign started as soon as possible. In addition to playing the recent Mubadala World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi, Thiem will also be taking his talents to Doha this coming week for the Qatar ExxonMobil Open.
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2017 World Tour Finals preview and predictions

November 10, 2017 29

The World Tour Finals roles have been reversed from last year to this one. Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic are on the sideline, while Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer could turn the O2 Arena festivities into another two-man party. Nadal and Federer may be the only ones who can stop themselves. […]

Paris Masters preview and predictions

October 30, 2017 74

For much of the ATP Tour, this marks the final week of the season. The Paris Masters offers some players the chance to go out with a bang, while for others it is an opportunity to prolong their 2017 campaigns with berths in the World Tour Finals. Additionally, this is a relatively up-for-grabs Masters 1000 tournament. […]

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