WTA Calendar after the restart – Tennis Column #44

Update 17.06.2020: WTA released the final version of the calendar with 20 tournaments (and two host cities of them still to be announced later). See the table below for final proposed and published version by WTA. WTA should hold talks with players about the possible restart of the season this […]

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Five Tennis Things To Do During “Corona” Outage

The corona-virus outbreak affects all aspects of our life in the coming months. Quarantine of those in risk and cancellation of almost all mass events (including sports and tennis tournaments) is the probable outcome for the next two or three months. We hope that everybody and everything will be ok […]

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A Bit of Tennis is Back – Tennis Column #41

ATP and WTA Tour is still far away, with tournaments canceled at least till July 7. The most probable date of return is August 1 with hardcourt tournament series in the USA. That gives us another two to three months without pro tennis. Fortunately, we can play as amateurs and […]

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The Day After – Tennis Column #38

The Covid-19 outbreak and restrictions imposed by many governments left many people in surprise. Tennis fans know this state of things. December is the month when there is almost no tennis tournament played except for a few exhibitions. There are just two differences. Instead of looking forward to Christmas, we […]

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Can Djokovic or Thiem deny Nadal a 13th Frenchy?

Although the French Open, also known as Roland Garros, is still a few months away, slated to get started in the last week of May 2020, the Latin American clay-court swing is well and truly underway now, and as several early French Open favourites and contenders are fine-tuning their craft […]

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Bold Tennis Predictions for 2020

The 2019 tennis season is almost over. We know who shined, who retired, and who would like to forget this season. Fortunately, when something ends, something starts. And so comes the time to try some magic and predict what will the 2020 tennis season bring. Enjoy our bold tennis predictions […]

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Mubadala Takeaways – Tennis Column #34

December is a slow month for all tennis fans. Reading about retirements and new coaches is all you can do all month. Therefore any chance to watch tennis is always welcome. Ladies challenger in Limoges and Mubadala World Tennis Championship gave us a break this week. Abu Dhabi tournament with […]

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Rafa Nadal: It is not over yet! – Tennis Column #33

This opinion was first published as a comment under our Bold Tennis Predictions 2020 article. However, we think it is so well articulated and reasoning is so clear and sharp that it deserves a more prominent place. Therefore with the kind permission of the author VirgoMaestro, we publish it as […]

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Junior Careers of NextGen Tennis Players – Tennis Quiz

Daniil Medvedev, Dennis Shapovalov, Andrey Rublev, Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev and few others are called “NextGen” players. Tennis players who should rule the ATP world after a big trio (Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic) will finish their careers. Some of them are already in the Top 10. Two of […]

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Tennis Racket Grip Size Chart

You finally read relevant tennis racket reviews and choose the best tennis racket for you. Now you know the brand, type, head size, length and weight of your future tennis racket. Still, one important decision lies ahead. You need to choose the correct tennis racket grip size. Wrong grip size […]

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Wimbledon 2019 Pre-Tournament Predictions – Tennis Column #25

The most famous tennis tournament starts on Monday. Only Grand Slam tournament played on grass courts is a challenge for players, fans, and bettors. Wimbledon 2019 is finally here so let’s make pre-tournament winners predictions. Men’s Singles draw Wimbledon 2018 winner: Djokovic Our pre-season Wimbledon 2019 pick: Djokovic Readers poll: […]

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Grass Tennis Season is here – Tennis Column #24

The grass is less used court surface but on the contrary, the most famous tennis tournament is played on the grass. Wimbledon is the highlight of every tennis season and there is no change this season. Preparation for Wimbledon starts immediately after the finish of the French Open. We prepared […]

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Can Nadal win one more? – Tennis Column #22

Rafael Nadal is the king of the clay. There is absolutely no doubt about it. But are we seeing actually his demise from the throne? Three losses in semifinals in a row. What does it mean for Rafael Nadal future? What does it mean for tennis at all? Nadal lost with […]

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