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Though French Open title may already belong to Rafael Nadal, his list of challengers is growing

Later on Thursday, Rafael Nadal will learn his fate at the French Open – but, in truth, it may not really matter who he ends up facing at Roland Garros. 963 more words

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2018 Italian Open R3 Preview: Juan Martin Del Potro vs David Goffin

(5) Juan Martin Del Potro vs (9) David Goffin

The Outsiders

Technically everyone still seems an outsider against Rafael Nadal on clay, but at least Alexander Zverev might be a notch closer. 1,345 more words

ATP World Tour

Indian Wells and Miami Review: Separate Ways

The “Sunshine Double” better known as the Indian Wells and Miami tournaments over the last few weeks certainly provided enough compelling storylines and surprise champions. Whether the results in the desert and in South Florida translate into long-term trends for the rest of the season is still very unclear, but it certainly proved that the ATP and WTA – though joined together at these combined events – are on different paths – at least when it comes to dealing with the lack of a dominant player or group of players week in and week out. 742 more words

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Del Potro Eliminated Raonic And Is A Semifinalist In Miami

◼️ The Canadian had stayed with the first set and put in trouble the Argentine, who took the game on after almost three hours and two tie breaks. 223 more words

Miami Del Potro Fans v Raonic

Kudos to Raonic for not complaining. Solid win from the hottest player on the planet, but his fanboys and girls need a diaper change.

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2018 Miami Open QF Preview: Juan Martin Del Potro vs Milos Raonic

(5) Juan Martin Del Potro vs (20) Milos Raonic

Red Hot DelPo Rides 14 Match Win Streak

Juan Martin Del Potro is certainly the gold standard for the ATP World Tour right now. 1,256 more words

ATP World Tour

Miami Second Week

Two quick observations before I get into this write-up:

  1. Streaming tennis on the web has several benefits, one of which involves the viewer not having to listen to TV commentary (of course we can always mute our devices).
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