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Shapovalov: ‘My Game Just Elevated’

Canadian Denis Shapovalov revealed that he used the experience he gained from his quarter-final defeat to Pablo Carreno Busta at the US Open last September to his advantage on Wednesday, as he overcame Karen Khachanov to reach his first Grand Slam semi-final at Wimbledon. The 10th seed had won the fourth

Preview: Djokovic v Fucsovics, Shapo v Khachanov

Entering the final stages of a Grand Slam in 2021, once again the biggest question is: Who can stop World No. 1 Novak Djokovic in his quest to rewrite the tennis record books? After conquering the Australian Open and Roland Garros, Djokovic is eyeing a record-equalling 20th Grand Slam title

Can Felix & Shapo Surge Into Turin Contention?

There are only 16 players remaining in the Wimbledon singles draw, and many of them have an opportunity to insert themselves into the FedEx ATP Race To Turin picture. Will Felix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov do that during the second week? The Canadian stars both are through to the fourth round

Preview: Can Murray Rally Centre Court Again Vs Shapovalov?

From having fans cheering in the stands to having strawberries and cream at Wimbledon, tennis is taking nothing for granted amid the pandemic. Witnessing former World No. 1 Andy Murray fighting tooth and nail for an epic comeback on Centre Court felt like a comforting slice of normalcy on Wednesday

Shapovalov Fights Past Kohlschreiber In Five Sets

Denis Shapovalov worked hard for his place in The Championships second round on Tuesday, which was heavily affected by rain. The 10th-seeded Canadian overcame Philipp Kohlschreiber, who is returning from a hip injury, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 in three hours and 35 minutes on Court 12. Shapovalov squandered a 5-3

Steady As He Goes: Carreno Busta Survives In Five Against Shapovalov

Despite 76 winners and relentless fighting spirit from No. 12 seed Denis Shapovalov, Pablo Carreno Busta remained unflappable in their US Open quarter-final on Tuesday. The No. 20 seed was largely stoic throughout their four-hour, nine-minute showdown inside Arthur Ashe Stadium. Tirelessly retrieving balls and blocking back the onslaught of Shapovalov’s

Shapovalov’s US Open Breakthrough Took A Village

Ask any player about how they made it onto the ATP Tour and they’ll name at least one person who played a key role in achieving their dreams. Denis Shapovalov is quick to credit the members of his team, both lifelong and recent, who helped guide him to his first Grand