Tennis Column #5 – Do we witness ATP Generation change now?

Alexander Zverev winning ATP Masters 1000 in Madrid, Juan Martin del Potro taking the title in Indian Wells, Dominic Thiem in French Open semifinals. Are we finally seeing the generation change in ATP tennis? Or are we still stuck with strong Nadal – Federer dominance? These questions are not easy to answer, but we give […]

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Tennis Column #4 – Clay, Nadal, Djokovic and Czech Queens

Rafael Nadal French Open 2018 starts in two weeks (May 28th) and there is one clear favorite. Rafael Nadal is unbeatable. He even did not lose a set on clay this season till today, when lost with Dominic Thiem. He played 15 matches (till 11/05/2018) on clay and he won all to zero except the one […]

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Tennis Column #3 – Querrey, Rogers Cup, Clash of Racket Brands

Tennis Column is our regular (which sometimes appears irregularly) opinion post about ATP and WTA tennis. What interesting happened in past days, what we expect in future. Our opinion about important and unimportant tennis things. Sam Querrey Sam Querrey is definitely the king of Mexico ATP tennis this season. He won in Acapulco back in […]

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Tennis Column #2 – Djokovic, Czech Ladies, Isner

Tennis Column is our regular (which sometimes appears irregularly) opinion post about ATP and WTA tennis. What interesting happened in past days, what we expect in future. Our opinion about important and unimportant tennis things. Novak Djokovic Novak Djokovic announced last week he will take a break from tennis until the end of the year. […]

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Tennis Column #1 – Wimbledon is over, what now?

Tennis Column is our regular (which sometimes appears irregularly) opinion post about ATP and WTA tennis. What interesting happened in past days, what we expect in future. Our opinion about important and unimportant tennis things. Wimbledon 2017 The first half of the season is over. Roger Federer definitely makes it to the history with his […]

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