Tag Archive: Daniel Munoz-De La Nava

Dec 13

Five Tennis People of 2015

With tennis largely shutting up shop for the year (although the Futures circuit really is in perpetual motion) it’s time to look at five figures in the tennis world who have done something worth mentioning, be it for year long work or, on occasion, just a glorious one off. 2015 saw some themes continue, with …

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Nov 25

Challenger Tour Finals: Eight chase success

If you haven’t had enough round robin tennis to end the year, there’s one more glorious opportunity to take some in as the ATP Challenger Tour Finals take place in Sao Paulo. Two groups of four will battle it out, just as their bigger brother event does in London, with the luxury of four singles …

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Nov 11

The Kings of Qualifying for 2013

With the ATP Tour season now done, it’s time to reflect on those heroic, mostly un-sung draw fillers, known as qualifiers. Known for their ability to be scheduled at unsociable hours on court three, and many other attributes, their place in the draw is an excitingly randomly democratic experiment. Looking over the season of course, …

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Jun 16

Wimbledon Qualifiers: Round One Matches to watch

So its Wimbledon qualifiers time, even though the dust has barely settled from Rafael Nadal and 127 others turning up at Roland Garros. With Wimbledon deciding to hand back three wild cards, it meant late escapes into the main draw for Vasek Pospisil, Adrian Mannarino and Igor Andreev, leaving Dudi Sela as the unfortunate who …

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May 26

Five French Open players to root for

After plenty of number crunching posts, forgive a little indulgence. Here’s an entirely arbitrary five players to root for at Roland Garros to keep you busy in week one while Rafael Nadal eases into his beetle crushing top gear. Mikhail Kukushkin, KAZ Put, if you can, Kukushkin’s move to Kazakhstan’s burgeoning tennis imports (who might …

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