More of the Same at the Aussie Open

So much for aging gracefully.  While one champion came back into form, the legends for the most part failed physically.  Serena demolished all comers and showed no ill effects from her coffee laden collapse in a tune up tournament.  On the Men’s side, it was more of the same as Novak made easy work of


Aussie Open Enters Week Two

One round until ratings gold will be found for ESPN.  Will the network get another desired matchup?  Is there any value in fading this from happening?  Finally, what male player is about ready to leap into the Big Four.  He is doing everything right in blasting near equal players off of the court.  Read all


Sun Took It’s Toll on the Women Early On

Seedings are all about protection.  An insurance policy against the top players squaring off early, it afforded an additional layer of protection on Monday.  If you are in the upper echelon of popular players, you got the Rod Laver Arena with the lights.  Under this cooler weather, players like Federer and Sharapova flourished.  Lesser lights


Injury Woes Derail Cilic Before Aussie Open

A flash in the pan might have been Marin Cilic’s US Open title run.  Now a shoulder and arm injury not only hampered his on court results but will also prevent him from making key events.  News from down under has it that he was withdrawn from the Aussie Open citing the right shoulder as


Never Too Hot for a Cup of Coffee

  Players are migrating to Australia in early 2015 to get used to the intense heat seen on that continent in January.  To facilitate the players, local organizers have come up with some unique events to peek their interest.  One of them is the Hopman Cup.  In that tournament, a legend had an unusual beverage


Fading Serena for Futures Profit in Australia

  Where have all the champions gone?  We still have Serena but she is ready to go to pasture.  The Wimbledon champ has problems anywhere off of grass.  Maria works too hard for her games.  All of this gives a wide open field for the ladies this year.  So join us at Apex Tennis betting


Can the Big Four Maintain Dominance in Aussie Open Futures?

Father Time and injuries have threatened Olympus in Men’s tennis.  Four men reigned supreme in most every grand same until 2014.  Usurpers have entered the picture as an aging Federer is holding his own.  Novak regains the #1 spot but Nadal and Murray had a year to forget.  With Stan’s title defense coming up, did


Roger Wins Davis Cup as He Vanquishes Gasquet

Christmas came early in Switzerland as Tsonga fell victim to a right arm injury.  Suffered sometime in the vicinity of his loss to Wawrinka, the French star was blown off the court by Stan’s 61 winners.  Now the French coach had a decision with the entire Davis Cup on the line.  Try and go with a