Tag Archive: Vincent Millot

Jan 12

Australian Open Qualifying Preview 2016

With players barely recovered from the off-season, it’s already time for those clustered outside the top 100 to go hell for leather in Australian Open qualifying for a big cheque, increased profile, precious ranking points and just a chance to be noticed. For the past couple of years the Australian Open’s You Tube Channel has …

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Jun 24

Wimbledon Qualifying Day Three: Podcast and Review

Wimbledon qualifying day three has left 32 men now fighting for the 16 places in the main draw. It was a beautiful day for the French, with no less than seven Gallic players now in and among them, including Vincent Millot, who picked up his second straight three set win. You can hear the recap …

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Jan 16

Australian Open Qualifying Preview

With a blink of the eye and trip to New Caledonia, Australian Open qualifying arrived. This year’s final round already seems to have a slightly different feel from Slam qualifiers of recent year. Many of the veterans involved seem like real, gnarled, veterans (in the gently ageing world of professional tennis) and some of the …

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Jan 12

Australian Open: Qualifiers Aiming to Shine

The Australian Open, for reasons of global pretension, or out of some pan-continental obligation, or a desire for car company sponsors, likes to call itself the Grand Slam of the Asia-Pacific. So it might have been met with a sense of joy that two Asian players came through the qualifiers to make the main draw. …

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