Roland Garros 2018: Simona and Garbine through as intriguing men’s matchups waterlogged

As Nadal, Schwartzman, Cilic and DelPo were halted today with both matches finely poised, the women finished and the semi finals are set. Halep roars back to beat Kerber in three Angelique Kerber looked to have the better of Simona Halep after another 1st set where the Romanian looked a little distant. Moreover, the German […]

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Roland Garros 2018: Keys and Stephens pumped as Novak dumped and Zverev thumped

Thiem powers past a hamstring hampered Zverev The Austrian is playing too well anyway that this result may still have happened anyway. But as it was, a punishing clay court season culminating in too much energy spent in Paris meant Sacha Zverev’s hamstring pull was a little inevitable. The first set was of good quality, […]

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Roland Garros 2018: Serena withdraws, Zverev endures and Novak adores. Mid-tournament round-up and QF preview

Last time I posted about this year’s French Open it was only day four, Kvitov√° and Wozniacki looked among the top contenders, Djokovic, Del Potro and Nishikori and Dimitrov were still in contention. Fast forward a few days and – as we await a full set of mouthwatering quarter finals, a lot has changed. MEN […]

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