Monthly Archive: September 2012

Sep 18

The making and breaking of the Davis Cup

One of the joys of the Davis Cup is that it can inspire some, and seemingly leave lasting scars on others when the non-elite are playing for glory. Paul-Henri Mathieu springs to mind. The tournament’s position, as both an annual event, and just where it slots into the calendar (generally immediately after the Slams) often …

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Sep 07

Money, Money, Money and the Futures

With it’s clinking, clanking, clinking sound, it makes the world go round. Only in men’s tennis, there doesn’t seem to be enough of the stuff out there at the lower end of the food chain. Players, it seems, remain mutinous or exasperated outside the very top levels. Members of the ATP Player Council were not …

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