Read & Watch: The Stat Fueling Pella's Rise Up The ATP Rankings

Get your first serve in. It’s an age-old tennis adage that forms the engine room for career-best performances from several players on Tour so far in 2019. An Infosys ATP Beyond The Numbers analysis of first-serve percentage and career-best ATP Rankings uncovers a striking correlation between the...

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13 hours ago, ATP World Tour

San Marino's Vicini makes history on home soil

47-year-old Domenico Vicini became the oldest singles match-winner in Davis Cup history representing San Marino in the Europe-Africa Group IV event

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15 hours ago, Davis Cup, Davis Cup

Ramos-Vinolas Beats Verdasco In Repeat Of 2016 Båstad Final

Albert Ramos-Vinolas won a repeat of the 2016 Swedish Open final on Wednesday by defeating second seed and fellow Spaniard Fernando Verdasco 6-2, 6-4 in one hour and 46 minutes for a place in the quarter-finals. Verdasco, who also finished as runner-up in 2013, had won two of their previous three meeting...

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17 hours ago, ATP World Tour

When Roger Federer Played His First Match With A Larger Framed Racquet

When Roger Federer Played His First Match With A Larger Framed Racquet

By Randy Walker @TennisPublisher   Much of the success of Roger Federer in his 30s can be partially attributed to his switch from a larger racquet frame from his original 90-square inch Wilson frame. The larger frame, in particular, has allowed for Federer to hit his one-handed top-spin backhand...

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17 hours ago, World Tennis Magazine

Djokovic rules, Serena falls short: What we learned at Wimbledon

The Big Three remains, well, big (especially Novak Djokovic), but is Serena Williams running out of Grand Slam title chances? We look back at an eventful Wimbledon.

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18 hours ago, ESPN Tennis

It’s High Time People Give Djokovic His Well-Deserved Place In Tennis History

It’s High Time People Give Djokovic His Well-Deserved Place In Tennis History

Always chasing, that seems to be the world which comes to the mind when people talk about Novak Djokovic, and he has been doing that ever since he burst onto the tennis scene as an inexperienced teenager. He’s been fighting all along in the men’s tennis’ golden age in which public’s affection and his...

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20 hours ago, World Tennis Magazine

Venus Williams commits to play San Jose again

Venus Williams reached the quarterfinals of the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic in 2018.

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1 day ago, ESPN Tennis

Stosur, Fourlis and Ebden make progress

Stosur, Fourlis and Ebden make progress

Sam Stosur, Jaime Fourlis and Matt Ebden all make it through to the last 16 at their respective…

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1 day ago, Tennis Australia

Eubanks Stuns Defending Champion Johnson In Newport

American Christopher Eubanks knocked out defending champion Steve Johnson 7-6(9), 7-6(5) at the Hall of Fame Open in Newport on Tuesday. The 23-year-old wild card, No 188 in the ATP Rankings, hit 15 aces and was clutch in the tie-breaks to earn one of the biggest wins of his ATP Tour career. Eubanks,...

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1 day ago, ATP World Tour

Stosur advances in ATP Lausanne

Samantha Stosur has emerged from a tough three-setter to reach the last 16 of the Ladies Open Lausanne.

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1 day ago, The West Australian

ATP Tour 2019: Schedule of Play for Wednesday, July 17 for Newport, Umag and Bastad

The ATP Tour 2019 schedule of play for Wenesday, July 17 for Newport, Umag and Bastad can be found at the links below. LINK: Newport Schedule of Play LINK: Umag Schedule of Play LINK: Bastad Schedule of Play

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1 day ago, Tennis Connected

Troicki Advances in Newport; Mayer Wins in Umag; Jarry Prevails in Bastad

Hall of Fame Open—Newport, RI, U.S.A. First-round results: Viktor Troicki Defeats Jason Jung 36 75 75 (7) Alexander Bublik Defeats Alex Bolt 64 26 76(4) Denis Kudla Defeats (8) Bradley Klahn 64 76(5) Matthew Ebden Defeats Brayden Schnur 61 26 63 Ramkumar Ramanathan Defeats Sergiy Stakhovsky 57 76(6)...

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1 day ago, Tennis Connected

Q2 Review: Djokovic, Nadal, Federer Tighten Grip On Top

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal returning to their very best tennis, along with Roger Federer making more history, highlighted the second quarter of the 2019 season on the ATP Tour. Djokovic capped off another relentless fortnight by winning his fifth Wimbledon title on Sunday, beating Roger Federer...

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1 day ago, ATP World Tour

Isner Hungry For Another Newport Title

John Isner has picked nearly the perfect spot to continue his comeback from a foot injury. The 34-year-old American accepted a wild card into the one of his favourite tournaments, the Hall of Fame Open in Newport, and is the top seed at the ATP 250 event, which Isner has won three times. He's been more...

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1 day ago, ATP World Tour

Rublev In Driver’s Seat In Umag Opener

Andrey Rublev opened his bid to reclaim the Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag title on Tuesday, cruising into the second round with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Robin Haase. The 21-year-old Russian improved to 4-1 in their FedEx ATP Head2Head series, with his lone loss to the Dutchman coming in last year’s...

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1 day ago, ATP World Tour

Jarry Battles On Båstad Debut; Ruud Falls

Fifth-seeded Chilean Nicolas Jarry got off to a winning start on his Swedish Open debut recovering from a 2-4 deficit in the first set in a hard-fought 7-6(1), 7-5 win over Henri Laaksonen of Switzerland in one hour and 44 minutes on Tuesday. Laaksonen came back from 1-3 down in the second set, which...

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1 day ago, ATP World Tour

Djokovic Passes Nadal In Battle For Year-End No. 1

Novak Djokovic took the lead in the battle for year-end No. 1 in the ATP Rankings from Rafael Nadal by winning his fifth crown at The Championships, Wimbledon, on Sunday. The Serbian passed Nadal in the ATP Race To London with 6,725 points, taking a 500-point advantage over the second-placed Spaniard...

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1 day ago, ATP World Tour

Can you imagine your way to success? Investigating the Djokovic technique

Djokovic credited the power of imagining after his Wimbledon win. Sports psychologists explain how it works.

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1 day ago, BBC Sport

Wimbledon: Federer Forced To Regroup After Finals Loss

The 20-time major champion will have to overcome the disappointment of coming so close to another Wimbledon title.

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2 days ago, Tennis View Magazine

Gavrilova through to last 16 in Lausanne

Australia's Daria Gavrilova has beaten Switzerland's Ylena In-Albon in a tought three-set tie to advance to the last 16 of the Ladies Open Lausanne.

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2 days ago, The West Australian

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