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Changing of the Guards?

In many ways, 2014 could be a groundbreaking year for men’s tennis. For the first time since 2003, two of the four Grand Slams were won by players other than the Big Four: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray. 665 more words

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Fabrizio Sestini: ATP Tour Director Of PR & Marketing

Fabrizio Sestini, Director of PR & Marketing – Americas, at the ATP Tour talks about the biggest challenges someone would face in his position. 

1. What are the biggest challenges that someone in your position would face? 344 more words
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US Open 2014 Issue 14: 7 September

By: Tom Cochrane

Monday will see Flushing Meadows play host to a men’s final that nobody expected, a match-up whose odds of eventuating were 5000-1 at the beginning of the tournament. 964 more words

US Open 2014

US Open 2014 Issue 5: 29 August

Former world number one Victoria Azarenka showed on Day 4 that she is still a force to be reckoned with, rallying from an early deficit to defeat American Christina McHale on another warm day in New York. 1,009 more words

US Open 2014

EDDIE DIBBS: FORMER CANE AND ATP TOUR CHAMPION

One of the most successful Canes ever on the ATP Tour was Eddie Dibbs. After a great career at the University of Miami from 1969-1972, Dibbs went on to play on the ATP tour from 1972 until 1984. 522 more words

It's a Czech Double, as Kviotva and Rosol complete US Open preparations

Petra Kvitova finally shook off her Post Wimbledon blues, with victory in Saturdays Connecticut Open Final in New Haven. The 2 time Wimbledon Champion had early exits in the 2 Premier 5 events in Montreal and Cincinnati, but bounced back with a crushing straight sets win over Slovakia’s Magdalena Rybarikova. 315 more words

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