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“Living with an injury” – is Nadal Still the One to Beat at Roland Garros?

The French Open is Rafael Nadal’s tournament. Roland Garros is his spiritual home as a tennis player and Court Philippe Chatrier is his court. Indeed, Nadal’s dominance of the Parisian Grand Slam is the stuff of legend with the Spaniard getting his hands on the men’s singles trophy no fewer than 13 times over the…

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In-Form Clay Court Specialist Stefanos Tsitsipas the Man To Beat at Madrid Open

Graham Ruthven breaks down the fields at the Madrid Open.

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2022 Miami Open Preview: Stage Set for New Winner with Djokovic, Nadal, Federer and Barty All Missing

Graham Ruthven runs through this year’s favourites to win the Miami Open.

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Rafael Nadal the Player To Beat at 2022 BNP Paribas Open

Novak Djokovic will be missing just as he was at the Australian Open due to his vaccination status.

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2022 WTA Tennis Preview: Ash Barty’s Absence Opens Up Possibilities for Rest of Top 10 at Qatar Open

Aryna Sabalenka is the top seed after winning the Qatar Open in 2020.

2022 Australian Open Finals Tennis Preview: Ashleigh Barty Aims for Tournament Title on Home Soil

Barty faces Danielle Collins in the women’s final, while it’s Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev battling for the men’s title.

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2021 Davis Cup Finals Betting Preview: Russia the Team To Beat As Controversial Tournament Returns

Graham Ruthven previews the 2021 Davis Cup Finals, tipping Russia as the team to beat.

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2021 Tennis Betting Preview: Sascha Zverev Must Ace Serving Game to Challenge Novak Djokovic in ATP Finals Semis

US Open champion Daniil Medvedev goes up against Casper Ruud in the other semifinal.

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Opportunity Knocks in Men’s and Women’s Singles at Unique Indian Wells

Graham Ruthven takes a look at the players still in the mix for the title.

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Unique Indian Wells Could Highlight Generational Shift in Men’s and Women’s Tennis

Emma Raducanu will have a chance to prove her U.S. Open championship was no fluke at her first ever WTA 1000 event.