World Tour Finals preview and prediction: Dimitrov vs. Carreno Busta

November 16, 2017 4

Grigor Dimitrov and Pablo Carreno Busta will be squaring off for the fifth time in their careers at the ATP level when they wrap up round-robin competition at the World Tour Finals on Friday night. Ranking points and prize money are on the line, but their tournament fates have already been decided. […]

The most important matches that decided each player’s World Tour Finals fate

November 6, 2017 11

There is always that one match on which players–and fans–can look back and think how different things might have been had it gone the other way. Some cases, of course, are more extreme than others. But for all of the World Tour Finals qualifiers, and for those who missed out, let’s take a look at the matches that decided their year-end championship fate. […]

Querrey, Carreno Busta crash out of Paris Masters

November 1, 2017 2

Sam Querrey’s somewhat surprising Nitto ATP World Tour Finals bid lasted until the final event of the regular season. But he did not last long at the Paris Masters, and therefore his London hopes are over. The Wimbledon semifinalist lost to qualifier Filip Krajinovic 6-4, 6-4 on Tuesday. […]

Stockholm, Antwerp, and Moscow previews and predictions

October 16, 2017 53

The Asian swing is over and now the 2017 season is heading for its home stretch in Europe. It begins with a trio of 250-point tournaments in Stockholm, Antwerp, and Moscow. Two top 10 players (Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin) are in action, while No. 11 Pablo Carreno Busta leads the Moscow field. […]

Metz and St. Petersburg previews and predictions

September 18, 2017 10

The home stretch of the 2017 season is underway with the start of the fall swing. It goes from Europe to Asia and back to Europe, beginning this week in Metz and St. Petersburg. Only one top 10 player in the world is in action, and it’s Pablo Carreno Busta. […]

Nadal books spot alongside Anderson in U.S. Open final

September 9, 2017 4

Rafael Nadal is one win away from a 16th major title and third at the U.S. Open. The world No. 1 took another step–and a big one–toward that destination when he beat Juan Martin Del Potro 4-6, 6-0, 6-3, 6-2 in Friday night’s second semifinal.
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U.S. Open SF preview and prediction: Carreno Busta vs. Anderson

September 7, 2017 15

The wild bottom half of the U.S. Open draw is all coming down to this: Pablo Carreno Busta vs. Kevin Anderson. They will be squaring off for the third time in their careers and for the second time during this hard-court summer when they battle for an improbable place in a Grand Slam title match on Friday afternoon. […]

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