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TopCourt: Moutet’s Special Slice Tips

Corentin Moutet ended his 2022 season in style. Just two months after reaching the fourth round of the US Open for the first time, the 23-year-old Frenchman notched impressive three-set wins against Borna Coric and Cameron Norrie to reach the third round at November's Rolex Paris Masters. That

Will Bonding Lead To Brilliance For Team Italy At The United Cup?

Will team bonding lead to victory at the United Cup? Team Italy hopes so after exploring Brisbane on Tuesday. "It’s beautiful to be here and to play a new mixed-teams event,” Matteo Berrettini said. “We’re happy and excited to play, and really looking forward to starting and seeing how the

Mouratoglou On What Was Burning Inside Rune

Renowned coach Patrick Mouratoglou, who has worked with stars including Serena Williams and Simona Halep, recalls meeting Holger Rune when the Dane was 13. His first impression of Rune’s game was that he was an all-court player with no strokes that stood out. “The fact that he was doing so well

ATP Challenger Tour: Five Moments To Remember From 2022

The ATP Challenger Tour held no shortage of historic moments this season. From crowning champions who went on to showcase their talent at the season’s most prestigious events, to Argentina’s record-setting 23 titles, or Li Tu’s emotional victory in Seoul. As the 2023 season approaches, reviews five memorable moments from

Best Of: From Challengers To Grand Slam Breakthroughs In 2022

The margins are razor thin between the ATP Challenger Tour and Tour-level players. While every tennis player dreams of competing under the bright lights and on big stages, they must first pave their pathway on the Challenger Tour. Tennis legends like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic all started on

Alcaraz Wraps His Season: The Best, Biggest, Coolest & Craziest Of 2022

It was a historic season for Carlos Alcaraz, whose accomplishments in 2022 include winning his first ATP Masters 1000 title, his maiden Grand Slam championship and climbing to World No. 1 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings. To wrap his year, asked the Spaniard for the best, biggest, coolest and craziest

Why It’s Bad News If Djokovic Returns Your Serve Into Play

It all starts and ends with the return landing back in the court. An Infosys ATP Beyond The Numbers analysis of return points won by the year-end Top 10 in the Pepperstone ATP Rankings when the return was successfully put back in play highlights a key strategic advantage that Novak Djokovic