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Cressy’s Comeback Nets First ATP Title

The third time was the charm for Maxime Cressy. In his third ATP Tour final, the American lifted his first trophy on Sunday. After losing nine of the first 11 games of the Infosys Hall of Fame Open championship clash, the American produced a stunning rally to defeat Alexander Bublik 2-6,

Cressy Serves Into Newport SFs, Kubler Saves MP To Stun Felix

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Maxime Cressy remains perfect on serve through two matches at the Infosys Hall of Fame Open. After not facing a break point in his opening win against Mitchell Krueger, the fourth seed saved three break points on Thursday against Steve Johnson in the quarter-finals. In a 6-7(3), 6-4, 6-4 victory, Cressy

Max Disruption: Cressy’s Undying Commitment To Serve & Volley

Maxime Cressy vividly remembers playing tennis on Sundays as a boy in France with his brothers Jonathan and Mathieu. When they were ready to leave the club, Maxime wanted to continue playing. “I would always tell them, 'One more ball, one more ball.' That one more ball would turn out to

Fritz, Cressy Set All-American Final In Eastbourne

Taylor Fritz showed great resiliency to move past Alex de Minaur Friday at the Rothesay International. In a 6-1, 6-7(5), 6-3 victory, the American was on course to run away with the match as he created two break points in the opening game of set two, but needed to dig

Cressy Edges Draper In Marathon Eastbourne SF

For the third straight match, Maxime Cressy has extinguished the hopes of a British home favourite at the Rothesay International. In Friday's Eastbourne semi-finals, the American outlasted #NextGenATP Jack Draper 7-6(5), 6-7(2), 6-3 to reach the second ATP Tour final of his career. The two-hour and 41-minute victory follows straight-sets wins

Cressy Downs Evans In Munich Upset

Maxime Cressy arrived at the BMW Open by American Express on a seven-match losing streak on the ATP Tour, but the American’s serve-and-volley tactics came good against sixth seed Daniel Evans in Munich on Tuesday. Cressy enjoyed a breakthrough start to 2022 when he reached a maiden tour-level final at the

Is Hawkeye Broken? No, It’s Just The ‘Cressy Crescent’

Maxime Cressy hit 15 aces in a three-set loss to compatriot Christopher Eubanks on Thursday. One of those aces never hit his strings. With windy conditions wreaking havoc at the BNP Paribas Open, Cressy's ball toss hung up in the air for a fraction longer than the American expected, leading

Maxime’s Mission: Saving Serve & Volley

Serve and volley is dead. Just don’t tell Maxime Cressy. The 6’ 6” Paris-born American, who on Saturday defeated Australian Christopher O’Connell to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open in just his fourth Grand Slam outing, is determined to restore the lost art to its rightful place in the

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