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  • Andreozzi Upsets Former Champion Karlovic In Newport
    Argentine Guido Andreozzi scored the upset of the day on Monday at the Hall of Fame Open in Newport, dismissing 2016 champion Ivo Karlovic 7-6(5), 7-6(6). Neither player earned a break of serve, but the 27-year-old Andreozzi earned one mini-break more in each tie-break to reach the second round. Karlovic, also a two-time finalist in Newport (2014-15), fell to 17-7 at the grass-court event and was going for his second ATP Tour final of the season (Pune). At Wimbledon, the 40-year-old Croatian beat Andrea Arnaboldi to become the oldest match winner there since Ken Rosewall in 1975. Andreozzi will next meet German...
  • Ymer Wins #NextGenATP Battle In Bastad
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    Twenty-year-old Mikael Ymer was on the brink of defeat at the Swedish Open on Monday, but the home favourite battled past fellow #NextGenATP player Alejandro Davidovich Fokina of Spain 4-6, 7-5, 6-0 after two hours and eight minutes. Only four spots separate World No. 124 Ymer and No. 128 Davidovich Fokina in the ATP Rankings, but it appeared the Spaniard had the edge, winning the first set and taking a break advantage on three separate occasions in the second set. But the Swede thrilled his home crowd, winning nine consecutive games, after Davidovich failed to serve out the match at 5-4,...
  • Felix's Wimbledon Run Keeps Him In Strong Milan Position
    Felix Auger-Aliassime's successful Wimbledon debut saw the teenage prodigy further solidify his place near the top of the ATP Race To Milan. The 18-year-old Canadian gained 90 points at SW19, giving him 1,493 points on the year, good enough for second place. The Race will determine seven of the eight players who compete at the 21-and-under event, to be held 5-9 November at Palalido Allianz Cloud in Milan, with the eighth place reserved for an Italian wild card. Auger-Aliassime won his first Grand Slam match and made the third round at the All England Club, beating countryman Vasek Pospisil and #NextGenATP Frenchman...
  • Tsitsipas-Led Greece Enters The ATP Cup Standings
    With only two months to go until the first qualification deadline, a new nation has emerged in the competition for one of the 24 coveted spots in the inaugural ATP Cup. World No. 6 Stefanos Tsitsipas’ Greece has entered the standings for the first time, sitting in seventh place. A minimum of three ATP ranked players, including two members with singles ATP Ranking points, are required for a country to be eligible to qualify. So when the previously unranked Michail Pervolarakis reached the third round of the Winnetka Challenger last week to earn seven points, that helped Greece fulfil those...
  • Djokovic, Nadal Both London Bound; Bautista Agut Moves Into Top 8
    Novak Djokovic has taken the lead in the 2019 ATP Race To London, following his fifth crown at The Championships, Wimbledon. The Serbian, who became the second player to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals (6,725 points), to be held at The O2 in London from 10-17 November, is now 500 points ahead of second-placed Rafael Nadal (6,225), who clinched his spot at the season finale as a result of winning his quarter-final. Djokovic is bidding to become a six-time year-end ATP Tour No. 1 in 2019, while Nadal goes for his fifth top-spot finish. Roger Federer, the six-time former Nitto...
  • Djokovic Matches Federer On 'Big Titles' Leaderboard
    Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer for his fifth Wimbledon title on Sunday, and now the Serbian is dangerously close to also surpassing Federer on the all-time “Big Titles” leaderboard. Djokovic saved two match points to beat the eight-time champion in an epic final, 7-6(5), 1-6, 7-6(4), 4-6, 13-12(3), the first fifth-set tie-break in Wimbledon singles history. The 32-year-old won his 16th Grand Slam crown and 54th Big Title, a combination of Grand Slam, Nitto ATP Finals and ATP Masters 1000 titles. Federer, the all-time Grand Slam championships leader with 20, still has four more major victories than Djokovic, and the Swiss has celebrated...
  • Challenger Q&A: Klahn Captures Winnetka Crown
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    In 2013, Bradley Klahn stepped onto the hard courts of Winnetka and reached his first ATP Challenger Tour final. Six years later, the American finally found his way to the winners' circle in the Chicago suburb. Klahn completed a perfect week at the Nielsen Pro Tennis Championships with a 6-2, 7-5 victory over Jason Kubler on Sunday, capturing his eighth Challenger crown. Klahn, who was mired in a significant slump entering the week, having lost nine of 10 matches since early April, rediscovered his top form in a hurry. The California native did not drop a set en route to securing both...