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Who's got the funk...
1.
Iga Swiatek
Queen of Clay wins fourth French Open, third straight, just 23 and already has 5 Slams
2.
Carlos Alcaraz
Just 21 and already have 3 Slams on 3 different surfaces, won French and wasn't event playig his best
3.
Alexander Zverev
Trial is now in the past and getting close to that elusive Slam title.
4.
Jasmine Paolini
Tuns out to be the last Italian standing!
5.
Coco Gauff
Only player to have made the SFs at the last three Slams.
...Who's in the trunk
5.
The 90s Lost Generation
With Sinner and Alcaraz winning the first two, is there real seperation now between them and pack incluidng all those 90s babies?
4.
Late Nights
Didn't tennis put an end to late nights at the start of the year? Haha.
3.
Line Calling
A missed call in the fifth may have cost Zverev, why is this happening in 2024?
2.
French Open Night Session
ZERO women made the night session this year. Talk about going backwards.
1.
Novak Djokovic
Right knee surgery will likely sideline the star for his Wimbledon defense and who knows how much longer.

LATEST TENNIS NEWS

June 13, 2024
Rafael Nadal Confirms He'll Skip Wimbledon, Focus On Olympics

Rafael Nadal said at the French Open that Wimbledon wasn't in the plans. Today, he confirmed it.

Nadal said instead of Wimbledon he'll take a spot in Bastad on clay to prepare for the Paris Olympics at the end of July.

"During my post match press conference at Roland Garros I was asked about my summer calendar and since then I have been practicing on clay. It was announced yesterday that I will play at the summer Olympics in Paris, my last Olympics," Nadal posted on Twitter/X.

"With this goal, we believe that the best for my body is not to change surface and keep playing on clay until then. It’s for this reason
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Rankings & Points
ATP - Jun 10
1 Jannik Sinner 9525
2 Carlos Alcaraz 8580
3 Novak Djokovic 8360
4 Alexander Zverev 6885
5 Daniil Medvedev 6485
6 Andrey Rublev 4710
7 Casper Ruud 4025
8 Hubert Hurkacz 3995
9 Alex De Minaur 3845
10 Grigor Dimitrov 3775
ATP No. 1 History
WTA - Jun 10
1 Iga Swiatek 11695
2 Coco Gauff 7988
3 Aryna Sabalenka 7788
4 Elena Rybakina 5973
5 Jessica Pegula 4625
6 Marketa Vondrousova 4503
7 Jasmine Paolini 4068
8 Qinwen Zheng 4005
9 Maria Sakkari 3980
10 Ons Jabeur 3748
WTA No. 1 History