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Adiós a Nestor
12/07/2018
Julien Benneteau, Mikhail Youzhny, Alejandro Falla, Florian Mayer, Marinko Matosevic, Daniel Nestor (photo) and Max Mirnyi, little have in common but at the end of this year 2018, they are the most recognizable faces of tennis that have decided to put an end to their careers. There are seven...
12/05/2018
The first week of competition of the 2019 season, which is the first one of the year, will hav some top ten players distributed in the three already classic tournaments of that expected debut. Brisbane (Australia), Doha (Qatar) and Pune (India) will be attended by more than half of the best tennis...
12/05/2018
The Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell 2019 will register an increase of 3.8% in prize money for the players that take part in the tournament, which means that the prize money of the next edition, number 67, will be 2,609,135 euros. The amount allocated in 2,510,900 euros. Apart from the Grand Slams, the...
12/04/2018
The Frenchman Pierre-Hugues Herbert finishes this year as the most complete tennis player of the circuit taking into account a combined classification based on the singles and doubles rankings. Although in singles he has not had great fortune (his best result is the final ATP 250 of China), in...
12/03/2018
The start of the ticket sales campaign to attend the 2019 edition of the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell and the confirmation of Rafael Nadal to contest in what will be his fifteenth participation in the tournament are the two main recent news of the first newsletter of the event for the coming year...
12/03/2018
The enormous renovation that the top-50 has undergone this season, with the arrival mainly of very young players, has meant that up to a total of 10 players of that level have not yet lifted a trophy in the circuit. The most qualified of the 10 is the Korean Hyeon Chung, who in the absence of an...