Thursday, October 6, 2022

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I-Formation October 2014: So, Toni, just how different are the men’s and women’s games?

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by: Tom Cochrane By now, most tennis followers would have heard of the comments from Toni Nadal, uncle and coach of Spanish superstar Rafael Nadal, in relation to the appointment of Spain's new Davis Cup...

Podcast: Cilic and Serena rule NYC in 2014; Federer fails

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Welcome back to another season of the TennisConnected Podcast. On this week's show, Parsa Samii and Nima Naderi are back review the 2014 US Open. With a surprising win by Marin Cilic, we discuss the remainder...

US Open 2014: Men’s Final Review

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by: Tom Cochrane Marin Cilic is the 2014 US Open men’s singles champion, the Croatian defeating a visibly fatigued Kei Nishikori in straight sets on Day 15 to claim his first Grand Slam...

Cilic wins first US Open title in easy fashion over Nishikori

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US Open 2014—Flushing Meadows, New York 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...

US Open 2014 Day 15 Preview: Marin’s momentum vs. Kei’s courage

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by: Tom Cochrane For the third year in a row, and for the sixth time in her career, Serena Williams in the US Open women's singles champion, the American capturing her first Grand Slam of...

US Open 2014 Day 14 Preview: Serena vs. Caro (Bring it)

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by: Tom Cochrane Monday will see Flushing Meadows play host to a men's final that nobody expected, a match-up whose odds of eventuating were 5000-1 at the beginning of the tournament. Day 13 saw Kei...

US Open 2014 Day 13 Preview: Federer vs. Cilic; Djokovic vs. Nishikori

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by: Tom Cochrane Top seed Serena Williams will look to claim a third consecutive US Open crown on Sunday after advancing to the final courtesy of a straight sets win over Ekaterina Makarova on Day...

US Open 2014 Day 12 Preview: Serena & Caro inch closer to the finals

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by: Tom Cochrane Roger Federer is back in the US Open semi-finals for the first time since 2011, the 5-time champion saving 2 match points to defeat Gael Monfils in an electrifying night session on...

US Open 2014 Day 11 Preview: Monfils looks to derail Federer

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by: Tom Cochrane Kei Nishikori became the first Japanese male since 1918 to make the US Open semi-finals, the tenth seed outlasting third seed Stan Wawrinka in 5 sets in a thriller on...

Podcast: Will this USO belong to Federer and Caro?

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Welcome back to another season of the TennisConnected Podcast. On this week's show, Parsa Samii and Nima Naderi are back preview what lies ahead during the final weekend of the 2014 US Open. Will Roger Federer...

Contact Point

Djokovic Captures Tel Aviv Crown; Nishioka Wins Seoul Title; Huesler Claims...

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Tel Aviv Watergen Open—Tel Aviv, Israel Former World No. 1 Novak Djokovic won his third title of the season and 89th overall on Sunday in...