Dan Evans: From the most egregious wasted talent in British tennis to within touching distance of top 50 – Telegraph.co.uk

Evans, who is 26, began to gather momentum via small-time events on the British circuit: Ilkley, Frinton, Felixstowe. These are not the sort of places where courtesy cars ferry you back to your luxury hotel. But Evans was discovering a new level of commitment. He has always liked a night out, and that has not changed, but […]

Sevastova’s Star Rises At The US Open – WTA Tennis

NEW YORK, NY, USA – After her colossal win over No.3 seed Garbiñe Muguruza, few appeared less impressed than Anastasija Sevastova herself. “It feels great, but it’s still not like I won the tournament,” she told press after the match. “It’s only the second round.” The Latvian had reached a career-high ranking of […]

The Difference When You Watch Tennis Up Close – The New Yorker

The size of a baseball park changes the way the game is played. If a hitter comes to bat at Boston’s Fenway Park, he may look to pull pitches toward the big wall in left field, which is only three hundred and ten feet or so from home plate. At Yankee Stadium, he might aim […]

Tennis|American Teenager’s Tennis Game Shaped by Argentina’s Clay – New York Times

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