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Written by his coach Gabe Jaramillo I first met Andre when he was thirteen years old.  The thing that stood out to me the most was the sound of the ball as it came off of Andre’s racket.  It was a very clear sound, similar to a gunshot.  I distinctly recall watching him play for the first time at that early age on Court #21 at the Academy, and it was an experience I will
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Former World No. 1 Andy Murray is planning to make his return to competitive tennis in the doubles at the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen’s Club later this month, according  to the BBC. The 32-year-old has not played since the Australian Open and had a hip resurfacing operation in January. Murray plans to play alongside Spain’s Feliciano Lopez. The tournament in London will start on June 17 – two weeks before Wimbledon begins. BBC tennis correspondent Russell
Serena Williams was “in a huff” after defeat by Kenin Aggrieved Dominic Thiem struck back after being banished from a Roland Garros pressroom at the weekend as frantic authorities rushed to satisfy the whims of beaten Serena Williams. The Austrian ranked fourth on the ATP and the 2018 finalist here, said Williams had a “bad personality” after he was forced to leave his interview to allow the American-in-a-hurry inside. Williams, not as a tough customer
What a win for Johanna Konta. Her first Semi Final appearance at Roland Garros, after failing to make it past the first round on 4 occasions, and what a way to do, beating a Grand Slam champion and last years Runner up. Her victory against Sloane Stephens has been described as an ’emphatic win’, and that ‘Konta blows Sloane Stephens away’, with the scoreline a comfortable 6-1 6-4. But is that really the case? FYI