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Tennis United: Murray, Mattek-Sands Discuss Doubles Secrets

If you want success on the doubles court, strong communication and understanding as a team are the crucial foundations according to Jamie Murray and Bethanie Mattek-Sands. Collectively, the pair has won 16 major doubles titles and they sat down together to open up on tactics, their aims for the season and

Tennis United: Felix, Brady Put Faith In Coaches

Fundamental to a player’s success is choosing the right coach. And as Felix Auger-Aliassime and Jen Brady discovered, the dynamic of a winning partnership is remarkably similar between the ATP and WTA Tours. "It's an investment in yourself, to go out and pay for somebody to tell you what to

Courtship: Monfils, Svitolina On Relationships For Tennis United

Who better to kick of season two of Tennis United: CrossCourt than tennis' glamour couple, Gael Monfils and Elina Svitolina? While aligned on most matters, the newlyweds do share somewhat different recollections of their first date. In Paris, Monfils recalls texting to ask Svitolina if she would join him

Cincinnati Honours 2-Time Winner Trabert

The Western & Southern Open honored the memory of two-time winner and Cincinnati native Tony Trabert on Monday, which would have been his 91st birthday. Both the City of Cincinnati and the City of Mason proclaimed Aug. 16 Tony Trabert Day and members of his family were presented with the

Footballer Tony Adams Leads ATP Mental Health Session

Kicking off the ATP’s new virtual speaker series last week, Tony Adams MBE, in conversation with Jamie Murray, led a wide-ranging and candid session discussing mental health in professional sport. The session marked the first of a series open to all ATP players and coaches – as well as alumni,

Djokovic, Medvedev, Tsitsipas Lead Revised Olympics’ List

Eight of the Top 10 players in the FedEx ATP Race To Turin feature in a revised entry list for this month's Tokyo Olympics. The list includes Serbian star Novak Djokovic, who will continue his historic pursuit of a golden Grand Slam after the 34-year-old claimed the first three majors

Nadal To Play In Front Of Full Crowds At Citi Open

Washington, D.C. fans will celebrate the return of the Citi Open in full voice next month after Thursday’s announcement that the tournament will be held at 100 per cent fan capacity. After last year’s event was cancelled due to the pandemic, MDE Sports took great delight in also announcing that the

Roger Federer To Miss Tokyo Olympics

Roger Federer has announced that he will miss this month's Tokyo Olympics due to a knee injury. Posting on Twitter, the five-time year-end World No. 1 said, "During the grass-court season, I unfortunately experienced a setback with my knee, and have accepted that I must withdraw from the Tokyo

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