Welcome to Tennis Elbow, the column that looks back on the week that was in the world of tennis. This week, Charles Blouin-Gascon recaps the 2014 US Open on the men’s side.
Welcome to Tennis Elbow, the column that looks back on the week that was in the world of tennis. This week, Charles Blouin-Gascon recaps Serena Williams’s win at the 2014 US Open.
With a surprising win by Marin Cilic, we discuss the remainder of the year for the Croat and how the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray will finish of 2014. We also discuss Serena Williams' much-needed win in the Big Apple over good friend Caro Wozniacki. Finally, we look forward to a potentially interesting fall season.
Croatian Marin Cilic won his first-ever Grand Slam title at the US Open on Monday, defeating Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-3, 6-3. Hitting 17 aces and breaking serve on five occasions, Cilic hit 38 winners to only 27 unforced errors.
In my latest article for TennisCanada.com, I discuss the vital importance of the Rogers Cup in both Toronto and Montreal toward the outcome of US Open later this month. Here’s... [Read more]