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TennisPAL Chronicles: Podcast Episode Two
TennisPAL Chronicles: Podcast Episode Two

In this episode, Coach Paulo Hexsel : Don Shula Florida Tennis to Beverly Hills Country Club & US OPEN Fan Reports In Part 2 of our interview we hear how Coach Hexsel evolves from College tennis to Coaching professionals and serious Juniors on tour. He moves from...

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Del Potro and Djokovic put on a Show
Del Potro and Djokovic put on a Show

Some may look at the score line of the US Open final between Djokovic and Del Potro and think that it was a relatively routine straight sets victory for Djokovic. The score line read 6-3, 7-6, 6-3. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Make no mistake,...

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Amid controversy, Osaka is too much for Serena
Amid controversy, Osaka is too much for Serena

At the 2018 US Open Women’s Final, celebrities like Lindsay Vonn, Pierce Brosnan, and Chevy Chase filled the stands to watch a blockbuster final starring the greatest woman tennis player ever, and the best up and coming talent in a long time, Serena Williams and Naomi...

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Umpire Love for Nick Kyrgios
Umpire Love for Nick Kyrgios

I have never seen an umpire get off his chair to give anyone a pep talk – and I have been watching tennis on TV since the mid 80s. It’s also kind of ironic that the umpire would give one of the few players that don’t have a coach a pep talk. It’s widely known that...

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Top 5 US Open Moments
Top 5 US Open Moments

Here are what I believe to be the five best moments of the US Open. These are heart pounding displays that we only see in Tennis. Let's get started with number five:   5.Serena Williams is upset in the 2015 In 2015 Roberta Vinci beat Serena in three sets in what...

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TennisPAL Chronicles: Podcast Episode One
TennisPAL Chronicles: Podcast Episode One

In this episode, Coach Paulo Hexsel shares his story from Brazilian Junior to Director of Beverly Hills Country Club Coach Paulo Hexsel shares his tennis journey growing up in Brazil through the Gustavo Kuerten years, playing futures on red clay in South America and...

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Novak Djokovic is Good at Doubles
Novak Djokovic is Good at Doubles

I’ve been following Novak Djokovic as he teams up with Kevin Anderson in doubles. I first learned of their partnership through Novak’s Instagram. It’s pretty cool that these two players are partnering up to play doubles given the fact that they were the main actors in...

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Serena Williams is a Super Mom
Serena Williams is a Super Mom

A few weeks back I wrote about how Serena is a tennis super hero. In part because of the amazing outfit she wore at the French Open, but mostly because she’s unbeatable when she’s in the zone. And has been unbeatable for almost two full decades. Recently, she’s also...

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Athlete Profile: Olga Danilovic
Athlete Profile: Olga Danilovic

Age: 17 Weight: 170 lbs. Height: 5’11” Birthplace: Belgrade, SR Serbia Singles Ranking: 111 Plays: Left-handed (two-handed backhand) Coach: Juan Lizariturry Career Titles: 5 Residence: Belgrade, SR Serbia Olga Danilovic was born on January 23,...

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Top 5 Women US Open Champions in the Open Era
Top 5 Women US Open Champions in the Open Era

Last week I ran through the top 5 men US Open Champions in the Open Era. This week, I’m going to run through the women. My list will include some familiar names. However, one thing I found interesting was that there are not as many multiple champions as there are on...

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