Author: Romain Tamburrino

ATP / Marseille: a first for Rinderknech?

How hard it is for Kazakh Mikhail Kukushkin! He started his 2021 season very badly and despite a victory against Juan Ignacio Londero in his first match, there is not much left behind. He made an illusion on a set against Dominic Thiem then followed two defeats at home to the Nur Sultan Challengers against Mackenzie McDonald and Frederico Ferreira Silva, in two dry sets each time.[......]

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WTA / Australian Open: Brady condemned to the exploit?

In spite of the complicated conditions surrounding this Australian Open and the players who didn't have an equal preparation, the women's hierarchy settles down on the hard surface with three semi-finalists already present at the US Open. In the final, Naomi Osaka and Jennifer Brady will be the next ones to beat Serena Williams and Karolina Muchova.

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ATP / Australian Open: Karatsev, the match of his life?

The entire tennis microcosm agrees that Aslan Karatsev made tennis history by becoming the first player from the qualifiers to reach the semi-finals of a Grand Slam tournament for his first appearance. He will face one of the three greatest legends of the sport, Novak Djokovic and his 8 titles in Australia! The Serb has always won the Australian Open when he reached the last four.

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ATP Cup: Without Nadal, Spain in danger against Berrettini?

Considering the strength of the riders and the order of the semi-finals, everything suggested a Spanish-Serbian final and a superb Nadal-Djokovic in the prelude of the Australian Open. After the elimination of Serbia - the defending champion - by Germany, it could even be that the finalists of last year's competition will also be eliminated.

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