Monthly Archive: August 2014

Aug 22

US Open Tennis Qualifying: The Final Frontier

It’s been a great set of qualifying rounds for Asian tennis, there’s hope for Ireland and there’ll be a cult hero as part of Friday’s 32 competitiors in men’s US Open qualifying, who will be cut down to 16 for a US Open main draw place. It all makes for a classically random set of …

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Aug 19

US Open Tennis: Qualifying Preview

Normally, men’s tennis relies on the unpredictability being lower down the food chain when it comes to the Grand Slams, but this year’s US Open seems to be the other way round, with most of the leading contenders in less than stellar form, and the venerable Roger Federer emerging to be the most consistent of …

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Aug 06

In Brief: Tennis Odds and Ends you might have missed

Tennis – it just never stops does it. If people aren’t winning and losing, they’re not being fit enough to enter┬átournaments, or groups of people are trying to stage them, with varying degrees of success. And there’s wild cards too – when are there not wild cards? Here are some bits and pieces that are …

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Aug 04

Djokovic seeks his sixth final

After a great performance in the Wimbledon final, the Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic will try to end their losing streak at the U.S. Open and win it for the second time in his career. According to MyTopSportsbooks.com, Nole is listed as a favorite to win the title with 2.7 Odds, followed by the Spanish …

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