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Walking towards a dimming twilight, Roger Federer’s slam winning days might just be turning dark

Roger Federer in this year’s Australian Open. ©NYTimes

It’s a sultry day in Melbourne and Roger Federer is down a break in the third set against Tennys Sandgren in the Australian Open Quarterfinals. 1,394 more words


Tsitsipas starred in a scintillating Toronto run in 2018!

Ranked 27 in the world and in the week Stefanos Tsitsipas turned 20 years old he was the standout player at the Rogers Cup.

Stefanos had shown his ability to defeat top players in Barcelona and Estoril on the clay but then came Toronto and things exploded for the teenager at the 2018 Rogers Cup. 340 more words


The US Open waiver, is it right or wrong?

As the US Open edges closer more details on the tournament and how it will run and who will be there are coming out but the US Open waiver which has made its way online has caused plenty of discussion… 557 more words


Tilt, Recline & Elevating Legrests for Wheelchairs

RESNA Position on the Application of Tilt, Recline, and Elevating Legrests for Wheelchairs Literature Update

Authors: Dicianno, MD; Lieberman, MSOTR/L, ATP; Schmeler, PhD, OTR/L, ATP; Souza, PhD, PT; Cooper, MPT, ATP; Lange, OTR, ABDA, ATP/SMS; Liu, PT, PhD; Jan, PT, PhD… 459 more words


August 2020 Infrastructure Committee Meeting

The BPAC Infrastructure Committee will be meeting on Thursday, August 6th, 3:30-5:30 pm online and by phone.


I have no respect for Nick Krygios's personality - Croft

Former British number one female tennis player Annabel Croft, has slammed Australia’s Nick Krygios saying she doesn’t have respect for the Australian personality.

Krygios recently withdrew from the US Open because of coronavirus. 628 more words


Rafael Nadal withdraws from US Open over COVID-19 travel concerns

Defending US Open champion Rafael Nadal will not participate in the 2020 event due to COVID-19 concerns, the Spaniard confirmed on Tuesday.

After months of speculation, the world number two confirmed his withdrawal on Twitter. 341 more words