March 6th, 2018
Sean Randall previews Indian Wells.
March 4th, 2018
“I think he played really well,” Anderson said of Del Potro. “He’s obviously a tough competitor and a great player. I just needed to do a little bit more today.”
March 2nd, 2018
Dominic Thiem double faulted down match point again to Juan Martin del Potro.
February 24th, 2018
Potential tough starts for (1) Nadal vs. his free-swinging Spanish countryman F-Lo (winner to possibly meet (WC) Thanasi Kokkinakis), (4) Sock 2nd rd. vs. the Aussie Open semifinalist Chung, (6) Del Potro vs. the elder net-rushing Zverev, (3) Thiem 2nd rd. vs. the Nishikori-Shapovalov winner, and (8) Isner vs. his countryman Harrison…
February 18th, 2018
Tough starts for (1) Sock vs. Raonic, (6) Isner vs. last week’s hot New York Open semifinalist Albot, and (2) Del Potro vs. Chardy who he has lost to on hardcourt…
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January 19th, 2018
It’s a blockbuster Saturday at the Australian Open.
January 18th, 2018
Who survived the heat Thursday at the Australian Open?
January 17th, 2018
The second round concludes with a loaded Thursday schedule feating Federer, Djokovic, Halep, Kerber and Sharapova.
January 16th, 2018
The men’s favorites were strong on Day 2 at the Australian Open.
January 15th, 2018
Novak Djokovic makes his long-awaited return to tennis today.
January 14th, 2018
Sean Randall picks his winner for the Australian Open.
January 13th, 2018
“I gave everything I have on the court this week,” said the 29-year-old Bautista Agut, who won his first Auckland title two years ago. “It was an unbelievable match today. I’ve been fighting a lot on the court…I played two amazing games at the [end] of the match.”
January 11th, 2018
Rafael Nadal should get to the quarterfinals without losing a set!
January 9th, 2018
Sean Randall previews the Australian Open.
January 7th, 2018
(2) Del Potro to start against the Shapovalov/qualifier winner…(5) Bautista Agut looking at a 2nd rd. American meeting with either last week’s Brisbane finalist Ryan Harrison or Steve Johnson…Wildcards went to Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas, New Zealand’s Michael Venus and China’s Wu Yibing…
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