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May

28
Rafael Nadal loses in first round of French Open for first time

 Rafael Nadal lost in the first round of the French Open to Alexander Zverev 6-3, 7-6 (5), 6-3 on Monday in what might turn out to be the 14-time Roland Garros champion’s last match at his favorite tournament. Nadal has indicated 2024 likely would be his last season before retirement, but he stated Saturday that he is not 100% sure he won’t play again at the French Open. And he reiterated that after Monday’s defeat, only his fourth in 116 career matches at the place. When it ended, in anticlimactic fashion, with 22-time Grand Slam champion Nadal simply unable to play at his usual […]

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May

23
Andre Agassi to captain Team World at Laver Cup

Eight-time Grand Slam champion Andre Agassi will captain Team World starting at next year’s Laver Cup, organizers stated Wednesday. Agassi, a former world No. 1 who retired from the sport in 2006 and coached Novak Djokovic from 2017 to 2018, will start his role at the 2025 Laver Cup, which will take place in San Francisco. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “I am truly honored to accept the invitation to become the Laver Cup Team World Captain,” Agassi said in a statement. “The competitive level of Laver Cup is off the charts and it’s […]

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May

21
Andy Murray trails Yannick Hanfmann at rain-hit Geneva Open

Needing a victory to face Novak Djokovic next at the Geneva Open, Andy Murray was saved by a heavy rainstorm when he trailed unseeded Yannick Hanfmann 7-5, 4-1 in a first-round match on Monday. Murray and top-ranked Djokovic both got wild cards to enter the last clay-court event to prepare for the French Open, and were drawn to meet in the second round. They have not faced each other on tour since February 2017. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports Ranked No. 75, Murray started to struggle in his first tour match in two months when heavy rain and […]

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May

17
Tommy Paul in 1st clay semi; Swiatek keeps ‘dirt double’ alive

Unlike most Americans who can’t find their footing on clay when they come to Europe, Tommy Paul feels right at home on the red dirt. That’s because he grew up playing on the surface in Greenville, North Carolina. “That was all I played on, even before going to play hard-court tournaments. The green clay, not the good stuff,” Paul said. “I’m comfortable on it. I’m really enjoying my time on it right now.”Is he ever. Paul defeated ninth-ranked Hubert Hurkacz 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 on Thursday to reach the Italian Open semifinals and follow up his consecutive-set victory over defending champion Daniil Medvedev two days earlier. Looking […]

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May

15
American Tommy Paul upsets Daniil Medvedev at Italian Open

Defending champion Daniil Medvedev became the latest top player to crash out of the Italian Open as he lost to American Tommy Paul on Tuesday. The 14th-seeded Paul dominated to triumph 6-1, 6-4. The opener lasted just 28 minutes as Medvedev’s serve was broken three times by Paul, who then served out the set to love. Medvedev improved slightly in the second set when he broke immediately but Paul broke straight back and never looked back, securing his spot in the quarterfinals when Medvedev sent a backhand long. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “It’s disappointing, to […]

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May

13
Novak Djokovic falls to Alejandro Tabilo in Italian Open upset

Novak Djokovic put on one of his worst performances at one of his favorite tournaments as he was upset by 29th-seeded Alejandro Tabilo in the third round of the Italian Open on Sunday. It was Djokovic’s first match since accidentally getting knocked on the head by a water bottle while signing autographs after his opening win Friday, and he said the “unfortunate” incident affected him on court. “That has really impacted me a lot. After that I got medical care, been through half-an-hour, an hour of nausea, dizziness and blood,” Djokovic said at a news conference, adding that he would go for scans later. “I […]

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May

06
Andrey Rublev wins Madrid Open, his ‘most proud title’

Andrey Rublev rallied to beat Felix Auger-Aliassime in three sets on Sunday and win the Madrid Open for the first time. Rublev won 4-6, 7-5, 7-5 after Auger-Aliassime double-faulted on the last point of the final at the clay-court tournament in the Spanish capital. It was the second Masters 1000 title for the eighth-ranked Rublev. The 26-year-old Russian also won at Monte Carlo last year. Auger-Aliassime was playing in his first final at this level. “Congrats to Andrey. Very deserving winner. Congrats to you and your team. I tried til the end,” Auger-Aliassime said in saluting the winner and the crowd after […]

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May

01
Rafael Nadal falls, Carlos Alcaraz advances at Madrid Open

Rafael Nadal had to pause for a few moments, visibly emotional, while addressing the crowd after his loss in the fourth round at the Madrid Open. As chants of “Rafa, Rafa, Rafa” echoed around, the five-time champion in Madrid made a farewell speech following a 7-5, 6-4 loss Tuesday to the 31st-ranked Jiri Lehecka. It was likely his last official match at the tournament in the Spanish capital. “This is a difficult day when it arrives, but it’s a reality. My body and my life had been sending me signs for some time,” Nadal said. “I was able to say goodbye playing […]

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April

26
Rafael Nadal cruises to straight-sets win over American teen

Rafael Nadal couldn’t learn much from his comfortable consecutive-sets victory over American teenager Darwin Blanch in the first round of the Madrid Open. Nadal cruised to a 6-1, 6-0 victory over mistake-prone 16-year-old Blanch on Thursday. “I didn’t test much my body today,” 37-year-old Nadal said. “I played a decent match doing the things that I had to do to be through, but at the same time I played against a player … making more mistakes.” Blanch, playing in only his second ATP tour match, made 27 unforced errors. Nadal never faced a break point and was in control from the start versus […]

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April

24
Carlos Alcaraz not fully committed to playing in Madrid Open

Carlos Alcaraz is being cautious with his expectations at the Madrid Open and would be happy to play “three or four matches” in his return from injury. Alcaraz stated Tuesday he has trained well in recent days but didn’t want to fully confirm his participation at the ATP 1000 tournament in the Spanish capital where he is a two-time defending champion. The third-ranked Alcaraz is coming off a right arm injury that kept him from playing in Monte Carlo and Barcelona. The Spaniard will try to win his first French Open title next month. “Today I trained with a little more […]

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