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Tennis Frontier Weekly Update: November 9, 2015

Tennis Frontier Weekly Update: November 9, 2015

Djokovic Wins 6th Masters and 10th Title of 2015 Venus Climbs Back into the Top Ten after a Four-Year Absence Historical Smash Shots 1: Generational Diversity in the 1974-75 Rankings 2015 ATP World Tour Finals 2015: Review

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2015 Paris Masters Final Preview

2015 Paris Masters Final Preview

Novak Djokovic increasingly looks as if he has this rivalry with Andy Murray by the scruff of the neck. The Serb leads their head to head series 20-9, and has won nine of their last ten matches since Murray triumphed ...

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Hot on the Frontier: When will Djokovic lose the #1 ranking (and can he surpass Federer’s 302 weeks at #1)?

Hot on the Frontier: When will Djokovic lose the #1 ranking (and can he surpass Federer’s 302 weeks at #1)?

This Week’s “Hot on the Frontier” topic is “When will Novak lose the #1 ranking (and can he surpass Roger’s 302 weeks at #1)?” This topic was started by Tennis Frontier member El Dude. It certainly got a lot of ...

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Hot on the Frontier: Is This the Beginning of the Incline?

Hot on the Frontier: Is This the Beginning of the Incline?

Our hottest new topic in our discussion forum this week: “Is This the Beginning of The Incline?“ Nobody can dispute the fact that Rafael has had, by his own lofty standards, a rough year. He lost his French Open crown, lost several times ...

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2015 US Open Review

2015 US Open Review

As the 2015 U.S. Open approached, there were two questions that tennis fans wanted answered: Would Serena Williams achieve the first Calendar-Year Grand Slam in 27 years, and who would challenge Novak Djokovic for the men’s title? The tournament gave ...

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2015 Western & Southern Open – Cincinnati Review

2015 Western & Southern Open – Cincinnati Review

The Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati was a relatively calm and orderly affair compared to the Rogers Cup the week before. There were no sledges made, very few rain delays, and no newcomers making major breakthroughs. But there is ...

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2015 Rogers Cup Review

2015 Rogers Cup Review

One week ago, as the men began play in Montreal and the women started play in Toronto, the main talking points were about the performances of Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams and how they would start their preparation for the ...

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2015 Davis Cup Quarterfinals Review

2015 Davis Cup Quarterfinals Review

The 2015 Davis Cup quarterfinals were held across the world during July 17-19. As usual, they provided drama, comebacks, upsets, and promise. There was a country crumbling without its injured top players, and a heroic performance by a two-time Major ...

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Wimbledon Review 2015

Wimbledon Review 2015

  Wimbledon has always been a tournament steeped in history and tradition. Every year, a little more history is added to the legend and charm to the greatest tournament in the world. This year was no different, with the top ...

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Wimbledon First Week Review

Wimbledon First Week Review

Wimbledon has wrapped up its first week of competition and the final 16 for both the men and the women have been decided. There have been plenty of surprises, upsets, and new heroes during this first week. Tennis Frontier looks ...

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