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This Week on the ATP Tour | May 16This Week on the ATP Tour | May 16

This Week on the ATP Tour | May 16

By: G Howe Well Murray finally did it. He beat Djokovic yesterday in Rome after not beating him for quite a while. He came out attacking and never let up and was never in trouble winning 3 and 3. In Djokovic’s defense, he was a little tired mentally after winning last week and he also Read More…

This Week on the ATP TourThis Week on the ATP Tour

This Week on the ATP Tour

By: Glen Howe We move over from Madrid to Rome this week and it’s the same cast of characters since it’s another Masters event. The Masters events were invented a few years back to get all of the best players in the same place at the same time when it’s not a Grand Slam. The Read More…

This Week on the ATP TourThis Week on the ATP Tour

This Week on the ATP Tour

By: Glen Howe We are now playing another Masters event on red clay this week in Madrid. This is the same event that they had that weird blue clay a few years back. It was basically the same as the red but the players felt uncomfortable on it. Tennis players are creatures of habit, I Read More…

This Week in Tennis | TWIT NotesThis Week in Tennis | TWIT Notes

This Week in Tennis | TWIT Notes

Rafa won Monte Carlo again for the ninth time last week, he had a little bit of help as Djokovic lost early and Roger lost the quarters. He did however beat 2 guys who will have something to say about who wins in Paris in a few weeks. He made short work of Wawrinka and Read More…

This Week in the ATPThis Week in the ATP

This Week in the ATP

I’m sitting here in my house watching David Ferrer play Lucas Pouille in Miami, Florida and I realized how relaxing it is to watch tennis being played at night. It’s kinda like that in the US Open, maybe it’s just me be it  seems that time slows down and you can just enjoy a good Read More…

Were Raymond Moore's Comments Wrong?Were Raymond Moore's Comments Wrong?

Were Raymond Moore's Comments Wrong?

By The Rex Factor   There was a lot going on last weekend in the sports landscape, so it was easy for a seemingly innocuous comment made by an old executive of one of the more popular events on the tennis tours to get lost in the wash. That is, until you actually read what Read More…

This Week in TennisThis Week in Tennis

This Week in Tennis

The Djokovic train just keeps “chuggin along”, it’s debatable that he is becoming as dominant now as Federer was in his prime, and Mac and Connors were in theirs. It’s seems that every 10 years a player comes along that is just the prohibitive favorite. In the 70’s it was Connors, winning every week, till Read More…

Australian Open Round-upAustralian Open Round-up

Australian Open Round-up

Kudos to Angie Kerber in winning her first Grand Slam title; we didn’t think she had it in her, in her defense when she totally took apart Azarenka we should’ve seen it coming. She seemed so relaxed out there and was playing the game the way it has to be played, just trying to win Read More…

Australian Open | ATP Men’s QuartersAustralian Open | ATP Men’s Quarters

Australian Open | ATP Men’s Quarters

By: Joey Berra We’ve sifted through all the crap that is the opening three rounds in the first major of the 2016 ATP Men’s Tennis Tour. It’s finally time to get down to some meaning tennis after weeding out those that start the tournament without a hope in hell of even reaching the fourth round. Read More…

Tennis Match-Fixing - Don't Read Into ItTennis Match-Fixing - Don't Read Into It

Tennis Match-Fixing - Don't Read Into It

Don’t read too much into tennis match fixing allegations By: The Rex Factor The first major of the tennis season began Monday as the tennis world descended on Melbourne Park for the Australian Open. But the action on the courts was far from the big story. BuzzFeed News and the BBC came out with a Read More…