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2004 Masters Cup

The ATP’s year-end showcase headed to Houston’s Westside Tennis Club in 2004.

Top-ranked Roger Federer, who won three Grand Slams earlier in the year, capped another outstanding season with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Lleyton Hewitt in the… 56 more words


Men’s Wimbledon Final Preview

(6) Milos Raonic (CAN) vs (2) Andy Murray (GBR)

The men’s draw this year has produced some fantastic tennis. There has been no shortage of drama with plenty of bad weather, 5-set marathons and some big upsets that have unexpectedly shaken up the draw. 608 more words


Wimbledon Notebook: Is it Raonic's Time?

Observations from the Championships: Wimbledon. 

It all started right here at the third major of the tennis season back in 2003 when Rodger Federer began to dominate the game of tennis. 725 more words

ATP Tour 2015-2016 Season

Wimbledon: Gentlemans Quarter-Final Preview

Thoughts on the eight players that remain in the Gentleman’s Draw at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships + predictions for all four matches.

With world number one Novak Djokovic out of the quarterfinal picture at Wimbledon for the first time since 2008 when he lost in the second round to Marat Safin, the picture on the men’s side has been described as anybody’s tournament. 1,080 more words

ATP Tour 2015-2016 Season

Big-name casualties blow Wimbledon draws wide open

World Number 1 Novak Djokovic’s shock loss to American Sam Querrey overnight meant he was the second big casualty in the men’s draw in as many days. 523 more words

Grand Slams

Querrey's Upset of Djokovic Surpising, not Shocking

Observations from Day 6 at Wimbledon with plenty of big matches currently taking place, and surprisingly, with Mother Nature calm.

30 straight Grand Slam match wins, four major titles in a row, halfway to the calendar grand slam, and his 13th career major singles title. 957 more words

ATP Tour 2015-2016 Season

Wimbledon 2016: Rain Rain Go Away!

With five full day’s of the 2016 version of Wimbledon in the books, the 130th edition (49th in Open Era) has turned into a perfect week of coverage for the Weather Channel instead of what everybody wants: exciting action on ESPN. 694 more words

ATP Tour 2015-2016 Season