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Australian Open 2018

GSP Episode 14: 2018 Australian Open Wrap-Up

Welcome back toooooo…. an Australian Open recap edition of Hey, Great Shot!!!! In this week’s episode, co-hosts Alex Gruskin and Max Rothman attempt to sift through all of the drama and action from the tournament’s second week of play. The guys discuss the (not so sudden) rise of Hyeon Chung,

Australian Open 2018

What Happened at the 2018 Aussie Open?

As all tennis fans know, there’s nothing worse than the Monday following the end of a grand slam. But its been an eventful two weeks in Melbourne, Australia and there’s a ton to talk to about. Let’s do it! Federer vs. Father Time The sun rose on Sunday morning here

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Australian Open: Men’s Final Preview

After a wild and upset-filled two weeks, we are left with a rematch of last year’s Wimbledon final. It will be Roger Federer taking on Marin Cilic for the Australian Open title on Sunday. The defending champ holds an 8-1 record against the Croat, with Marin’s only win coming in

Australian Open 2018

Australian Open: Women’s Final Preview

The journey to the finals has definitely crept up on us, but here we are with the title matches this Saturday and Sunday. After a tournament that will be defind by its upsets on the men’s side, the top two seeds on the women’s side – Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki – will

Australian Open 2018

The Tennys Sandgren Controversy: Facts Only

In case you were living under a rock, there is a lot of talk about American tennis player Tennys Sandgren and it’s not just about his surprising run to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. Due to his new-found fame, Sandgren’s social media profiles have come under scrutiny for their

Australian Open 2018

Australian Open Day 11 Recap: Never Say Never

One of out three ain’t bad. Let’s be honest: two of day 11’s matches were rather ho-hum. Caroline Wozniacki knocked off Elise Mertens in relatively straight forward fashion while Marin Cilic bulldozed Kyle Edmund. It was Simona Halep and Angelique Kerber to the rescue, however, battling it out until the