NEW YORK (Reuters) - Young Frenchman Lucas Pouille scored a stunning, five-set upset over 14-times grand slam singles champion Rafa Nadal, winning a c...
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Although Kyrgious was pushed out by Raonic with a respectable 6-7, 6-2, 6-4, 7-6 in the quarterfinals on July 2, his second Wimbeldon showing proves that he is a young force to be reckoned with.
Whether you're cheering for last year's reigning British champ or this year's French Open winner, what better time to don your tennis whites and host a viewing party for friends and family?
Last year at this time Rafael Nadal was riding high. Having captured Masters 1000 titles in Indian Wells and Madrid along with his eighth consecutive Catalan crown in Barcelona.
More than 700,000 fans are expected to attend the matches at the USTA's Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, making the US Open the most-attended, single sports event in the world.
As Andy Murray prepares for his eighth U.S. Open, it would be accurate to say his career has been mired in a combination of excellent tennis and impeccably poor timing.
When Rafael Nadal won this summer's French Open, he eclipsed Roger Federer to become the second youngest player ever to reach double-digit Grand Slams...
It's been hard to argue against the many who have anointed Roger as the "Greatest of All Time." But after yesterday's win by Rafa Nadal in the French Open Final, maybe it's time to seriously give that appointment a closer look.
Remember, just like this Wimbledon final shows us, something can change at any moment ... don't be so convinced that you know how something in your life is going to work out!!
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