Greek Tennis Sensation Stefanos Tsitsipas Wins Monte-Carlo Masters

Stefanos Tsitsipas wins Monte Carlo
Credit: Twitter/Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters

Stefanos Tsitsipas won the final of Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters beating sixth seed Andrey Rublev in straight sets (6-3, 6-3) on Sunday.

Appearing in his third final at the level, Tsitsipas dropped just four points behind his first serve (24/28) to capture the second biggest title of his career after 71 minutes.

Tsitsipas claimed early breaks in each set and dominated on serve to narrow the gap on Rublev at the top of the 2021 wins leaderboard.

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ATP Monte Carlo Final Prediction

The final is here! It’s been an incredible week of tennis at the ATP Monte Carlo Masters and there are just two men left in contention. The pair look to be evenly matched and it should make for an excellent final in Monaco. But which man will win his first Masters 1000 title and who will fall one match short?

ATP Monte Carlo Masters Final Prediction

Andrey Rublev vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

Head-to-head: Rublev 4-3 Tsitsipas

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Kevin Pease of West Falmouth, owner of Kevin Pease School of Tennis, is proposing to build a sports facility in Falmouth Technology Park. Mr. Pease brought his proposal to the Falmouth Economic Development and Industrial Corporation on Tuesday, April 13.

Kevin Pease

Mr. Pease, a lifelong Falmouth resident and graduate of Falmouth High School, operates the tennis school with his daughter Kara Pease, who is also a Falmouth High graduate and the girls’ varsity tennis coach there. Both competed in Division One college tennis programs and have held national United States Tennis Association rankings, are certified tennis professionals

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Tournament director shares new details on Roger Federer’s schedule

For the second consecutive year, Roland Garros has been the protagonist of a shift from its original dates. In 2020, countless controversies were unleashed following the unilateral choice of the Parisian Grand Slam to move between September and October, given that it would have been impossible to organize the tournament in full lockdown in May.

This year the situation does not seem much better, considering that France has had to close everything again to cope with the sudden surge in infections. Above all for this reason, it was decided to postpone the start of the French Open by one

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Tennis world baffled over ‘strange’ Novak Djokovic nightmare

Novak Djokovic (pictured) said he felt ‘awful’ on court during his stunning upset loss to Dan Evans at Monte Carlo. (Getty Images)

World No.1 Novak Djokovic has suffered his first defeat of 2021 after British star Dan Evans produced the ‘biggest win of his career’.

Evans, whose first-round win had been his first on clay at tour level for four years, had never beaten a top-six player before – but he put on a brilliant performance against a below-par Djokovic to win 6-4, 7-5 on Thursday.

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