The Austrian continues his love affair with Roland Garros by seeing off the former US Open champion in straight sets.
The American journalist joined UbiTennis CEO Ubaldo Scanagatta to comment on the draw of the Parisian Slam. Is Nadal still the favourite? Halep is the one...
They are the only Austrian Slam champions in men’s tennis, but how do they stack up against each other?
Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier columnist James Beck reflects on the US Open.
In their last US Open-themed video, Ubaldo Scanagatta and Steve Flink comment on the four-hour-long men’s final between the Austrian and the German, with the former...
Ubaldo explains how Dominic Thiem won his first grand slam title at the US Open.
The US Open champion believes he will be fit in time for Roland Garros as he weighs up his chances.
The world No.3 looked like he was on the verge of a straight sets loss before staging the greatest comebacks of his career.
Thiem dominates his rival in their head-to-head but Zverev have already proven in the tournament he has what it takes to fight back when needed.
The American Hall-of-Famer joined Ubitennis CEO, Ubaldo Scanagatta, to comment on the US Open semifinals and to preview the last showdowns. It’s the final weekend...
After disposing of Daniil Medvedev, the world No.3 looks ahead to his title match in New York.
The three-time Grand Slam finalist says the absence of fans has been a challenge for him as he looks ahead to his clash with Daniil Medvedev.
The world No.3 reacts to his latest win at the New York major and explains how he feels about becoming the highest ranked player left in...
The world No.3 says he needs to 'raise his level' further if he wishes to be in with a chance of winning the New York title.
The world No.3 explains why he was "P***ed off" during his second round match in New York.
It has been reported that a series of players have been allowed to play in the Grand Slam despite being in close contact with somebody who...
The coach of the world No.3 says he is 'even more motivated' than before heading into the final quarter of the season.
The 26-year-old is happy with the current format but believes such a change would add excitement for fans.
The world No.3 says he is feeling good ahead of the return of professional tennis next month.
The world No.40 has accused the Austrian of lacking an ‘intellectual level’ to understand his view.