30-Love: The Next Great American Player
The game has become cool again—the best news to those hoping for someone to end an extended drought on the men's side.
A couple of tennis apps that should be noted heading into 2022.
Domestic 250-level events have a long history of staying for a good time, rather than a long time. After a series of new 250s debuted in 2021, will that hold true?
Medvedev has Zverev's number, and should win this match based on that metric, but defeating a quality opponent three times in two weeks still poses a massive challenge.
Djokovic enters the semifinal round as a three-game favorite over Zverev.
With four wins (three on clay) and no losses to Ruud, it sure seems like this match is Rublev's for the taking.
Betting dead rubbers might not be the smartest move, but Medvedev is not one to let his opponents off easy, and tends to play his best tennis in front of a hostile crowd.