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The company owns several professional Esports teams and Fritz has tested his skills against some of the world’s best. “I always thought that the esports market was going to be big. I thought that it was a good time [to invest] and an opportunity presented itself,
Taylor Fritz isn’t playing tennis at the moment, however the 22-year-old remains active by competing in several celebrity charity esports tournaments.Perhaps that should come as no surprise
With the global sports calendar largely on hold during the coronavirus pandemic, professional athletes are showing fans that their skills are — to some ext
Novak Djokovic believes he will win the most Slam titles and become the longest-reigning world No. 1 by the time he retires. Stats show he is right.
Learn about how Dr. Ryan Thacher has gone from a life in professional tennis, playing the likes of Kei Nishikori, to battling coronavirus on the frontlines in New York City.
The Big Three have kept many active players from winning a tennis major, but there also are plenty of retired players who came oh, so close.
US Open runner-up Kei Nishikori has explained why he loves playing tennis as growing up he used to play multiple sports. Nishikori, 30, turned professional in 2007 and he has been one of the most successful players over the last decade.
After a couple of early Caja Magica exits, Novak Djokovic was back at his best in Madrid in 2016, beating Kei Nishikori 6-3, 7-6 in just under two hours for the first title match in the Spanish capital in five years.
Murray won his first career Grand Slam title at the US Open in 2012, and his next two majors both came on home soil at Wimbled
At the virtually recreated Manolo Santana Stadium last month, Japanese tennis star Kei Nishikori utilized powerful backhands and drop shots on the way to defeating American Frances Tiafoe in the ...