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Players that have faded from the tennis radar

Britain's Laura Robson had her troubles start back in 2013 at the Canadian Open when she had injured her wrist and soon had to unfortunately have surgery. At the time she was ranked #27. She had the surgery and rehabbed continuously. She applied for ... Tennis World USA, 6 days ago

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Big Dudes on court have tall dreams like all players - to win!

Ivan Ljubicic, Milos Raonic's former coach said about tall players: "...If the tall guy can move really well then you have something special". Milos only stands 6'5", but for the really tall players, they seem to have a wee bit more booming serves ...
 Tennis World USA6 days ago
Libya Today

Isner and Querrey advance at Winston-Salem tennis

John Isner awaits a serve from Bradley Klahn during their Winston-Salem Open match North Carolina on August 19, 2014 (AFP Photo/Jared C. Tilton) Thursday 21 August, 2014 WINSTON-SALEM (UNITED STATES) Two-time champion John Isner made it safely ...
 Libya Today1 week ago
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Djokovic's mystifying funk

Novak Djokovic's decline has been stunning to see. OPINION: Novak Djokovic was his puppyish, crowd-pleasing self on Friday, posting a video of himself pretending to perform Debussy's Clair de Lune on a self-playing piano. It was a relief to see ...
 Dominion Post3 weeks ago Djokovic's right arm gives him trouble during US Open win  Alaska Highway News1 month ago

The mystifying funk of Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic was his puppyish, crowd-pleasing self on Friday, posting a video of himself pretending to perform Debussy's Clair de Lune on a self-playing piano. It was a relief to see him smile again. For there is no disguising that the Serb's ... weeks ago Djokovic's mystifying funk weeks ago

Might is all right but it can't make Tendulkars of Ivanisevics

Provided by Wisden Ivo Karlovic became the second player, after Goran Ivanisevic, to serve 10,000 aces in professional tennis. The other day, Ivo Karlovic was playing his 527th professional tennis match, and hit 22 aces in a two-set win over ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago

The Joy of Six Tennis tantrums

From Jeff Tarango's unforgettable outburst at SW19 to Andy Roddick's laser-guided vitriol at the 2008 Australian Open, half a dozen meltdowns 1) Jimmy Connors, 1991 US Open The eight-times grand slam winner had already got people talking at ...
 The Guardian4 weeks ago

Talent, showmanship and desire: Would we be OK with players like Kyrgios and Monfils never winning a Slam?

Nick Kyrgios Amazingly, this is not evenan unfamiliar sight now. You watch Nick Kyrgios move to his right in a rally, and instead of getting his feet into position to hit a topspin forehand, he just flails at the ball and slaps itback, finding the ...
 Sportskeeda.com1 month ago

PHOTOS: Look who turned up at the US Open!

The US Open heads into the business ends with the men’s singles gold, silver and bronze medallists from the Rio Olympics battling for more glory at Flushing Meadows. Second seed Andy Murray, who has enjoyed a dream summer with a second Wimbledon title and a second Olympic gold, would like nothing more than ending the fortnight with a second US Open trophy. Standing in the Scot's way is Japanese sixth seed and Olympic bronze winner Kei Nisihikori, who has quietly gone about his business ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

PHOTOS: Djokovic shakes off rust, to face Tsonga in quarters

IMAGE: Novak Djokovic of Serbia hits a return in his match against Kyle Edmund of Great Britain during their fourth round match on Sunday. Photograph: Andy Lyons/Getty Images Top seed Novak Djokovic has been starved of competitive action at the US Open but on Sunday the World No 1 feasted on unseeded Briton Kyle Edmund in a 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 romp that put him into the quarter-finals. Djokovic had a second-round walkover as Czech Jiri Vesely withdrew due to injury, and was leading 4-2 in his ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Defending champ Djokovic into US Open quarter-finals  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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