JOURNAL, MADRID OPEN: Assessing what kept the seeds safe on Monday, musing over Grigor Dimitrov's form, singling out the best of the WTA and more.
Tag: Grigor Dimitrov
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and the Importance of Timing
OPINION: After Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's French Open withdrawal, I contemplated what he could have achieved so far in his career - and why he hasn't done so.
ATP & WTA WEEK IN PREVIEW – Dubai, Acapulco and Sao Paulo
PREVIEW: Rafael Nadal returns and Lesia Tsurenko defends in Acapulco, Grigor Dimitrov faces pressure in Dubai and Fabio Fognini eyes opportunity in Sao Paulo.
Australian Open 2018 Journal Day Three: Five Set Epics
AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Tsonga might soon rediscover his Grand Slam magic, but Kyrgios is looking in dangerous form.
BNP PARIBAS MASTERS: Breaking down and predicting the Indian Wells draw (and THAT quarter)
ATP INDIAN WELLS: Three all-time greats in one quarter. The top seed looking for a maiden title. I preview and predict.
THE COLUMN: It’s Thiem to sing another Tsonga as the Rotterdam lights Dim(itrov)
COLUMN: A look to the future in the aftermath of a brilliant ATP event in Rotterdam.
The ATP Rotterdam draw is LOADED (but not at first glance)
ATP Rotterdam: Only two top 10 players, but the 32 player field in the Netherlands is still bursting with variety.
If Roger Federer is the greatest, let his Australian Open win be about his greatness
AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Roger Federer's monumental triumph was about his brilliance, not Rafael Nadal's "failings".
Australian Open: 5 Things to Remember for the Men’s Quarterfinals (Part Two)
Australian Open: In the men's quarters, Grigor Dimitrov looks to continue a quiet win-streak, as Rafael Nadal seeks greater efficiency at saving break points.
Australian Open Journal and Results Day Six: The Present is awesome and the Future is bright
AUSTRALIAN OPEN JOURNAL: Rafael Nadal and Alexander Zverev produced a dramatic battle exploding with quality, and other stories.