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Rafa Roundup: 'Rafa Nadal is my hero'


Spain’s Rafael Nadal and Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro are among the players who will compete at next year’s Mexican Open in the Pacific port city of Acapulco, organizers said Tuesday. 399 more words

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Tennis Tuesday: News Roundup

This Week’s Tournaments:
Moselle Open – Metz, France
St. Petersburg Open – St. Petersburg, Russia

2016 Davis Cup Final Set
After a drama filled weekend, it will be Argentina taking on Croatia in the Davis Cup Final in November!   452 more words


The big man is back and there's plenty more to come!

At the beginning of the year we were a bit unsure of when we would see Juan Martin Del Potro playing regularly again but the big man is back in the big time and there is plenty more to come from the Argentine! 217 more words


Andy Murray defeated by Juan Martin del Potro in opening Davis Cup match

Andy Murray has lost to Juan Martin del Potro in the opening match of Great Britain’s Davis Cup semi-final with Argentina.

The Argentine took a marathon match – the longest Murray has ever been involved in – in the final set, 4-6 7-5 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 4-6. 218 more words


2016 Davis Cup Semifinals: Great Britain vs Argentina

The Brits seek to take one step closer to defending their Davis Cup title as they host Argentina in Glasgow, Scotland. The two countries have battled five times in Davis Cup play with the last coming in 2008. 2,078 more words

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Andy v Delpo to begin Davis Cup tie on Friday

It seems quite a while ago now but it actually wasn’t that long ago that Juan Martin Del Potro and Andy fought for Gold in Rio, both then travelled to New York for the final slam of the year and after falling to Nishikori and Wawrinka respectively and now they meet in Glasgow in what is lined up to be an epic encounter! 180 more words


Open and Close

The 2016 US Open opened with a new roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium and closed two weeks later with two new singles champions. With neither top seed claiming the title, and with at least one Number One ranking changing hands, the question remains if this is the start of a new era, or merely a brief time out in what has been almost near domination by two of the sport’s biggest stars. 768 more words