Monthly Archive: April 2014

Apr 30

The Libyan Welshman with the Big Tennis Game

There’s some confusion about how you spell Farris Gosea. When he played in Challengers last year he was listed under the name Fares Ghosea. Now, a year later, people are getting a little more of an idea of the 20-year-old with the multi-cultural background who is becoming a standout in college tennis and who could yet …

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Apr 08

Dusty Sela cleans up in Davis Cup’s fine weekend

The second batch of ties this year in Davis Cup provided some magnificent ties at World Group level – most of the favourites found a way through, but the marginally lower lights offered some magnificent tests to their more fancied opponents. Two points in two days gave Kazhakstan and especially FSOT favourite Andrey Golubev a …

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