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Iga and Hubi lead Poland to United Cup win

POLAND faces Switzerland to determine the Group B winner after the former took care of Kazakhstan in a 4-1 fashion over the last two days. Both Iga Swiatek and Hubert Hurkacz pulled double duty for the winners in the tie, as the European nation set up an effective elimination final to determine which nation advance […]

Sakkari sets Greece up for great win

GREECE is on the board officially in the 2022 United Cup, with a double-up performance from Maria Sakkari helping secure a 4-1 win over Bulgaria and open the tournament with a win. After leading 2-0 from the opening day, Sakkari won her individual singles match, then came back and got the job done alongside fellow […]

2022 United Cup preview: Group A

GROUP A kicks off our 2022 United Cup preview series leading up the brand new event taking place across three Australian cities. Group A and Group F are in Perth, with Group B and Group E in Brisbane, and Group C and Group D are in Sydney. There are 18 teams battling it out for […]

ATP Tour weekly title wrap: Challenger events conclude

WHILST Indian Wells got underway last week, not every player took the opportunity to compete at the ATP 1000 event, with four Challenger Tour tournaments running over the past week.All four ATP 80 or 90 tournaments were completed with a number of experienced players standing up. In the highest ranked tournament in Mouilleron-Le-Captif France, second […]

ATP Tour midweek update: Reigning champ advances in Bulgaria as top seeds book quarter finals spots in San Diego

THERE was a mixed bag of results on the ATP Tour this week with mostly top seeds moving through to the quarter finals, and a couple of shock losses at Challenger level. SAN DIEGO OPEN ATP 250: San Diego’s ATP 250 event has largely gone to plan with five of the top eight seeded players […]

2021 ATP Tour preview: Stacked draw at San Diego ahead of Indian Wells

IT is a big week on the ATP Tour ahead of Indian Wells; as a stacked draw heads to San Diego, last year’s Sofia Open final could be played out in the second round, and a Top 30 player surprisingly opted to play in the Orleans Challenger event. SAN DIEGO ATP 250: A host of […]

ATP Antalya & Delray Beach wraps: Polarising days at two men’s tournaments

ANOTHER big day at the Antalya Open saw mostly a clean sweep from the top players, bar an excellent win from Frenchman Jeremy Chardy who downed third seed Fabio Fognini in the lone three-setter of the day. Three tiebreak sets told the tale of the almost-three hour 7-6 6-7 7-6 matchup, with Chardy reigning supreme in the tight […]

ATP Antalya & Delray Beach wraps: Top talents advance largely unchallenged

SEVEN of the eight seeds at the Antalya Open moved through to the second round, with only two of them needing to fight it out in three sets. The only losing seed to conclude the Round of 32 in Turkey was Miomir Kecmanovic, who, after winning the first set 6-1, fell away in a disappointing […]

Czech teenager stuns Cilic on debut in Sofia Open upset

IN the last match of the day at the Sofia Open, Czech teenager Jonas Forejtek has caused a boilover win, defeating Croatian top 50 player Marin Cilic. The eighth seed hardly knew what hit him as the 32-year-old was belted in just 66 minutes by the 19-year-old who won 6-3 6-2. Remarkably, Forejtek is ranked […]

ATP Cup Day 5- Kyrgios and Tsitsipas play out a thriller

THERE was a host of action on Day 5 of the ATP tour with Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas putting on a clinic in a game for the ages while Russia flexed their muscles against Norway. Group F Germany 1 defeated by Canada 2 Jan-Lennard Struff (GER) defeated Felix Auger-Aliassime (CAN) 6-1 6-4 Alexander Zverev […]

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