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Anderson Stuns Thiem In Three-Set Thriller

On Thursday, top seed Dominic Thiem and 15th seed Kevin Anderson put on a show for fans in what was the most thrilling match at the Citi Open. If you’re interested in betting on the Citi Open, visit our...

5 talking points post Wimbledon 2017

The 2017 Wimbledon concluded on Sunday, the 131st edition of the Championships. Roger Federer won his record 8th Wimbledon title to become the first man to win 8 Wimbledon singles title, also extending his record of most Major titles...
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Oldest players to win Wimbledon : Top five countdown

They say tennis is a sport for younger people. They say performing at bigger tournaments at an older age is no walk in the park. Time and time again “they” have been proved wrong by players who trusted in...
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One-sided Wimbledon men’s finals : Top 5 countdown

With the Wimbledon 2017 finals turning out to be a one sided affair, most of the spectators might say that the match was not worth the finals. Sometimes after battling through six tough rounds, there isn’t enough gas left...

Top Roger Federer Stats You Haven’t Heard Of

An unprecedented 19th Grand Slam win for Federer is not the only record that the Swiss maestro has under his belt that might not be broken in tennis history. Did you know that in 2014, for the first time in...

Twitter reacts as Roger Federer wins record 8th Wimbledon Title

Roger Federer created history on Sunday as he won his 8th Wimbledon Title, first after 2012. He beat 7th seeded Marin Cilic of Croatia in 3 sets 6-3 6-1 6-4. He becomes the first player in the history of...

Twitter hails the new queen of SW19

Garbine Muguruza became the first player ever to defeat both Williams sisters in a major final, after she beat the elder one, Venus Williams in Saturday's historic final. The match had two contrasting halves, an evenly contested first set...
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Twitter Reacts as Giants Fall at Wimbledon

World Number 1 and home favourite Andy Murray was one of the high-profile exits from Wimbledon on 12th June 2017. The top seed went down to American Sam Querrey in five sets. Also joining him was the Number 2...