French Open 2024 – Review, Last Year Champions, Main Favourites, and Facts MORE 2023 ATP Finals  2023 ATP Finals in Turin, Italy. History, Schedule, Favourites, Prediction MORE US Open The "US Open" Tennis Tournament – Format, Prize Money, and Results MORE Wimbledon Wimbledon – History, Results, and Format of the Tennis Tournament MORE
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French Open 2024 – Review, Last Year Champions, Main Favourites, and Facts

As you probably know, the French Open or Roland Garros is the second Grand Slam tournament on the tennis radar. It is an annual competition which commences at the end of May and terminates at the beginning of June. It is one of the loveliest competitions for the tennis players but also for the fans. Everyone always thrives to go and visit the beautiful country of France. You will not hear anyone say French Open in France because every fanatic o of the sport calls it the Roland Garros tournament. The Roland Garros is the only Grand Slam contest...

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 2023 ATP Finals in Turin, Italy. History, Schedule, Favourites, Prediction

Italian city Turin has another opportunity to organize the season-ending finale to the men's tennis season, where the top eight singles players and doubles teams will fight for the 2023 ATP Finals championship. The event is going to be packed with tennis superstars – Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev, Jannik Sinner, Andrey Rublev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev, and Holger Rune - who, at the present time, all together have qualified for the main event. This year, the tournament will be held in the Pala Alpitour arena for the third year. The arena hosted ice hockey games during the...

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The “US Open” Tennis Tournament – Format, Prize Money, and Results

The "US Open" is the second-oldest annual major tennis tournament. The tennis tournament was first held in 1881 in New York, USA, four years after Wimbledon. From 1884 to 1911, the tournament winner automatically advanced to the following year's final, increasing their chances of retaining the champion title. Professional tennis players began competing in the "US Open" tournament in 1968, marking the start of the open era. The "US Open" is one of four Grand Slam competitions. Since 1987, it has been the season's fourth and final Grand Slam, beginning on the last Monday of August and lasting two weeks....

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Wimbledon – History, Results, and Format of the Tennis Tournament

Wimbledon is the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world and is held annually in late June or early July in London, United Kingdom. The world's oldest tennis tournament emerged in 1877, and until 1922, the winner only had to compete in the final against another finalist. At first, Wimbledon was attended by the best amateurs because professional players were not permitted to compete. Nonetheless, the situation changed in 1968, marking the beginning of a new era. Grand Slam tournaments like Wimbledon, the US Open, the Australian Open, and the French Open are four major tennis competitions. Wimbledon is the...

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