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Indian Wells caught people off guard when Dominic Thiem was able to overcome the domination of the Big 3 to secure his first Masters 1000 title. Heading into Miami, who has the ability to challenge the Big 3 this time around?
Ken Rosewell and Rod Laver were two of the best players of the 1960s, and possibly ever. They both won slams and dominated the tour, but which one of them earns the title of being the best Australian player ever?
Take a look at ten times great players knocked out in the first round of a slam. From defending champions to world number ones, everyone has their off days but for these player’s in happened in some of the world’s biggest arenas.
The past two weeks have been far from boring. The Masters 1000 tournament at Indian Wells has brought us suspense and surprises of all kinds. In the following article, I try to list the four things that shocked me most as a tennis fan.
The 2019 is off to a blazing start and so much has already happened. We’re thirty-two tournaments into the year and we’ve seen all sorts of winner. But the first two and a half months of the tour have been record breaking for one big reason.
The Big 4 have dominated the last fifteen years of the game. But which players have managed to pull one over on them? We’ve crunched the numbers to find out.
The first Grand Slam of the year is over and has left the men’s tennis world in shock. Two great finalists faced off in Melbourne, but what does this mean for the rest of the season?
The Grand Slams have been dominated by a small group for over a decade. How far back do we have to go to find our ten most recent Grand Slam winners?