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Simona rocks Serena in Wimbledon final

  … Simona Halep has probably been the best player on tour the past five years, other than Serena Williams. The WTA has hyped other players such as Genie Bouchard, Naomi Osaka and… Continue reading

Naomi Osaka needs time to grow up

… –Naomi Francois Osaka, an American representing Japan, is one of the most hyped women on the tennis tour since the dawn of Venus and Serena Williams. Osaka, only 21, has already earned… Continue reading

Will Rafa overtake Roger as the Greatest Ever?

  When Roger Federer won his 20th grand slam in Melbourne in early 2018, he seemingly cemented his place as the greatest player in tennis history. But Rafa Nadal, after winning his 12th… Continue reading

Wang Qiang finding confidence at Wimbledon

— Wang Qiang, looking good in a white Stella McCartney and Adidas hoodie, is speaking in English with more confidence these days.  She came into Wimbledon ranked 15 in the world, and she… Continue reading

Hsieh Su-Wei carves into Wimbledon 3rd round

—- Hsieh Su-wei, ranked number 29 at age 33, is becoming a player nobody wants to play, especially on grass. In the first two rounds of Wimbledon, she used slice from both sides,… Continue reading

Bianca Andreescu, 18, makes history

  Bianca Andreescu, 18, made history by winning Indian Wells in California. The Romanian-Canadiana from the Toronto suburb of Mississauga is the first Canadian women to win a WTA event at this second-highest… Continue reading

Naomi Francois Osaka: An American immigrant success story

  Winning the Australian Open, Naomi Francois Osaka, ranked 72 a year ago, has become number one on tour and in the hearts of fans worldwide who love her for sweetness off court… Continue reading

2019 Predictions: Can Anyone Stay Healthy

  Fearless predictions for 2019 –Serena Williams, unable to tie Margaret Court and win her 24th slam, quits women’s tennis. She joins the men’s tour, and amid great fanfare and expectation, loses every… Continue reading

Milos beats Denis at “Battle of Canada” in Ohio

After losing in Madrid, this time Milos Raonic won the “Battle of Canada” on a rainy, windy Thursday in Mason, Ohio. Milos was more solid, and his experienced helped him deal better with… Continue reading

Anderson stuns Federer at Wimbledon

— We knew Kevin Anderson could serve big. For four hours, he continued to hit his spots versus Roger Federer at more than 130 mph. His return game was the surprise, especially the… Continue reading