Before the 2018 Wimbledon, Calvert struck it rich on Isner winning the Miami Open at 100-1. Calvert's legendary calls also include Stan Wawrinka winning the 2014 Australian Open at 60-1 and Jack Sock winning the 2017 Paris Masters at 80-1. Anyone who ... - -
Before Wimbledon, Calvert cashed in huge on Isner at 100-1 to win the Miami Open. It was another legendary call for Calvert, like picking Stan Wawrinka (60-1) to win the 2014 Australian Open and Jack Sock (80-1) to win the 2017 Paris Masters. Anyone
And what massive long shot stuns the tennis world? Visit SportsLine now to see Sean Calvert's picks, all from the acclaimed expert who called Andy Murray's surprising Wimbledon championship runs and just cashed in huge on John Isner winning the Miami ...
The draw has helped facilitate Isner's breakthrough. Ranked in the top 10 after winning the Miami Open in April, he was able to avoid playing a top-four player. Then the highest seed in his section of the draw, No. 6 Grigor Dimitrov, lost in the first
Isner had won two of eight matches to start the 2018 season, and Sock had won two of seven. But as the pair defeated Bob and Mike Bryan on Stadium Court at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden to capture the BNP Paribas Open title, it appeared to both Isner
Start with veteran Gael Monfils, the lively athlete who, when inspired, can greatly challenge anyone in the world. Monfils played impressive tennis to take down compatriot Richard Gasquet on day one. ... But as seen earlier this year when he took the
Isner came here in a bullish mood: "I do believe that at 33 I'm playing my best tennis," he said after his first-round win, pointing to his Masters triumph in Miami in April. But mention Isner in this corner of the tennis world and memories pinpoint
Before you make your 2018 Wimbledon picks on the sides, total games or various props, you have to hear what British tennis expert Sean Calvert says. An Essex ... Before Wimbledon, Calvert struck it rich on Isner winning the Miami Open at 100-1. Calvert
With top-seeded Roger Federer out after the quarterfinals, second-seeded Rafael Nadal leads the group of four men heading into the semifinal matches at Wimbledon on Friday. The first match begins at 8 a.m. ET and will be broadcast on ESPN.
Anderson has also struggled against this impending foe, winning just one of six total matches and none since their first meeting all the way back in 2008 at the ATP Masters in Miami. ... victory against Anderson, or will the 6'8”South African defy the -
Kevin Anderson will face off against Novak Djokovic in the men's final at Wimbledon, and one thing is for sure: Both men are going to be incredibly sore coming in. The two played the longest and second-longest semifinal matches in Wimbledon history
Gone was the Djokovic who returned prematurely in the spring at Indian Wells and Miami, performing with extreme emotional discomfort in both events. .... Her heart wasn't in her tennis. Her mind was muddled. Her spirit was largely broken. But what a
KEVIN ANDERSON is all set for another shot at a Grand Slam title. The giant South African reached the final at the All England Club following an epic five-set victory over John Isner - and will be cheered on every step of the way by wife Kelsey.
"I lost in Miami earlier in the season and I had match point, so that came into my mind sometimes, but I told myself 'keep going, this is the third round of Wimbledon, you have never been to the forth, you have nothing to lose and go for your shots