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ATP / Rotterdam: Montpellierians already on the bridge!

Titled this Sunday in Montpellier, David Goffin will have only had 72 hours to recover but it's always easier to get back on the court after a good week and a regained confidence. As we have seen in the game, the Belgian has been much more enterprising and more regular in the exchanges. He hurt his different opponents during the exchange by varying a lot and finding angles in the forehand.

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ATP / Singapore : Cilic trapped at the entrance by Taro?

Taro Daniel won, not without difficulty, in three sets against Ramanathan on Monday. The gap in the classification (119th against 200th ) and the experience on the ATP circuit (150 matches played against 50) could announce a one-way victory. Only, the Japanese rider had difficulties to settle down his dynamics, with notably a lack of liveliness and lucidity in his placements and in return of service (15 aces conceded).

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ATP / Cordoba: first victory for Cerundolo?

Interesting match to follow between the talented Francisco Cerundolo, very fit on clay (21 victories in his last 24 matches) and the Italian Gianluca Mager. The young Argentinian (22 years old) has won 7 ITF tournaments but especially three Challengers tournaments in 2020 and has just confirmed with a final played last week despite a positive test at Covid-19 a few weeks ago.

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ATP / Cordoba: presentation and analysis of the tournament

Will Diego Schwartzman finally lift an ATP trophy in Argentina? For the moment, he has failed twice in the final in Cordoba last season and in Buenos Aires in 2019. For the opening of the season on clay, Cordoba has for the moment offered us on the first two editions of the ATP 250 with a nice cast in the last four.

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WTA / Adelaide: presentation and analysis of the tournament

This tournament was supposed to serve as an appetizer for the Australian Open but finally this WTA 500 will take place this time after the fortnight in Melbourne. Many players have withdrawn from the tournament, such as Brady, Andreescu and Azarenka. The rather heavy deadlines that arrive quickly like Doha and Dubai explain this choice. So some prefer to skip out knowing that we have players who are not yet 100% physically fit.

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ATP / Montpellier: presentation and analysis of the tournament

In Montpellier, we start at the end. Not with the final, but with the last week of February. A novelty, since the Open Sud de France usually takes place in the first days of this month. The fault of a modified calendar, pandemic obliges. What does not change, on the other hand, is that the Hérault event starts well in the wake of the Australian Open.

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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: a chair for two!

Eddy Murphy and Dan Aykroyd would appreciate the wink, but not sure if the atmosphere on the court tomorrow morning will turn to burlesque comedy. Whereas the first semi-final has reserved us a more than unexpected guest in the person of Aslan Karatsev, we will have in this second one a more classic duel between two of the greatest leaders of the new generation who will fight to challenge Novak Djokovic in the final.

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WTA / Australian Open: An early final!

Here is a semi-final that was awaited, dreamed of, hoped for by women's tennis fans. Face to face, two of the best players in the world are facing each other for the fifth time. 16 years old separates the best player in the world today, Naomi Osaka, and the best player of all time, Serena Williams. But their level of play is close and there is great uncertainty about the outcome of this semi-final.

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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 / Open d’Australie : La revanche de 2019 pour le Grec ?

How spoiled we are for these quarter-finals! That's a nice way to end this presentation of the posters leading to the last four. Two years ago, with his soul in pain and disappointed to have seen his hopes of a first Grand Slam final vanish against Nadal (6-2, 6-4, 6-0), Stefanos Tsistipas tasted the intensity of the matches against the Big 3 in Major.

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ATP / Australian Open: Time for Zverev?

Wouldn't it be the perfect moment for Zverev to show the tennis world that he has indeed passed a Grand Slam milestone and that he is now capable of titilating the greatest? Probably. And faced with a Novak who is obviously not at 100% of his means, there should be some space.

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WTA / Australian Open: Can Simona exhaust Serena?

It could be a final. In fact, the two women have already crossed swords three times at this stage of the competition. First, at the 2014 Masters, for a clear and unblemished success by Serena Williams (6-3, 6-0). Then, the following year in Cincinnati, for a second success by the American (6-3, 7-6).

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ATP / Australian Open: 12 in a row ?

Here we are faced with an encounter that is devilishly complicated to analyse. Indeed, and you have all probably seen it, Novak Djokovic came close to correcting Fritz in the previous round and seemed to have strong abdominal pains which prevented him from taking part in almost all the exchanges during two sets.

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ATP / Australian Open: Can Khachanov do it?

A duel between two men who started 2021 much better than they had experienced a truncated 2020 season. Neither of the two men had gone further than a quarter-final, once for Matteo Berrettini (Rome) and three times for Karen Khachanov (Antwerp, St. Petersburg and Dubai).

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WTA / Australian Open: Svitolina in danger against Gauff?

One of the biggest posters of this second round. We are still waiting for Elina at the turn this season. And she started her year rather well with already two quarter-finals in conditions that she likes. She already owes a lot of victories to her champion mentality like the one against Alexandrova in Abu Dhabi.

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