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Australian Open day 1: bad day for the US Tennis – presented by BARILLA Masters Of Pasta HD

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Presented by BARILLA Masters Of Pasta: Ubaldo Scanagatta and Ben Rothenberg from the New York Times on the day 1 of the Australian Open 2018.

 

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(VIDEO) Tsitsipas Crowned New Champion After Nail-biting Final

Daily round-up from the O2 Arena in London for the final day of the Nitto ATP Finals

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Stefanos Tsitsipas at the 2019 Nitto ATP Finals in London (photo Roberto Zanettin)
Chief Editor Ubaldo Scanagatta wraps up the coverage from the O2 Arena in London where Stefanos Tsitsipas came back from a one-set deficit to defeat Dominic Thiem in a third-set tiebreaker. The trophy for the year-end Championships goes to a new champion for the third year in a row. In 2020 the even will end its 12-year London tenure before moving to Turin, Italy.

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(VIDEO) – Nadal Edges Tsitsipas But Zverev Sends Him Home

Daily round-up from the 2019 Nitto ATP FInals at the O2 Arena in London

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Stefanos Tsitsipas at the 2019 Nitto ATP Finals in London (photo Roberto Zanettin)

Chief Editor Ubaldo Scanagatta summarizes the last Round Robin day of the tournament. Rafael Nadal kept his hope alive defeating Stefano Tsitsipas, who had already qualified; however Sasha Zverev took charge of his own destiny and moved to the semifinals by beating Daniil Medvedev during the evening match.

 

 

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(VIDEO) Vintage Federer Sends Djokovic Packing, Nadal Clinches Year-End No.1

Daily round-up for Day 5 at the Nitto ATP Finals at the O2 Arena in London

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Roger Federer at the 2019 Nitto ATP Finals in London (photo Roberto Zanettin)

Chief Editor Ubaldo Scanagatta relives the extraordinary performance by Roger Federer, who took his revenge over Novak Djokovic after the heart-crushing defeat at Wimbledon. Djokovic will now be unable to return to the top of the ATP Ranking before the end of the year. In the first match, Matteo Berrettini defeated in straight sets Dominic Thiem, who was already certain of a spot in Saturday’s semifinals. It is the first match ever won by an Italian player at the ATP Finals (in nine attempts).

 

 

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