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Tennis betting tips: Preview and best bets for latest ATP Tour action

Tennis betting tips: ATP Tour 0.5pt e.w. Mackenzie McDonald at 33/1 (Unibet) 0.5pt e.w. Botic van de Zandschulp at 30/1 (BetVictor) 0.5pt e.w. Richard Gasquet at 40/1 (BetVictor) VTB Kremlin Cup Moscow, Russia (indoor hard) It certainly crossed by mind to back both favourites this week on the ATP Tour.

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Tennis betting tips: Preview and best bets for latest ATP Tour action

Top-seeds Karolina Pliskova, Daniil Medvedev roll into third-round at Indian Wells

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. -- Top seeds Daniil Medvedev and Karolina Pliskova rolled to straight-set victories at the BNP Paribas Open on Saturday, when several lower-seeded players were knocked out. Medvedev beat American Mackenzie McDonald 6-4, 6-2, extending his winning streak to eight matches dating to his U.S. Open championship last month.

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Top-seeds Karolina Pliskova, Daniil Medvedev roll into third-round at Indian Wells

Novak Djokovic keeps focus despite noisy US Open fan, remains unbeaten in Slams this season

NEW YORK -- Novak Djokovic missed an overhead along the way to getting broken for the only time Thursday night and stared at a man in the Arthur Ashe Stadium stands who made noise during the point. After breaking right back in the next game of his second-round victory at the US Open, Djokovic glared in that direction again, as if to say, "How you like me now?"

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Novak Djokovic keeps focus despite noisy US Open fan, remains unbeaten in Slams this season

Jannik Sinner jumps to new career-high after winning Citi Open in Washington

Italian teenager Jannik Sinner has jumped nine spots to a career-high No 15 in the ATP rankings after he captured the Citi Open title in Washington; the 19-year-old is the youngest ATP 500 champion since the category was created in 2009, with no other teen lifting a trophy at this level

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Jannik Sinner jumps to new career-high after winning Citi Open in Washington

Citi Open: Jannik Sinner beats Mackenzie McDonald for biggest ATP title yet

Teenager Jannik Sinner won the Citi Open in Washington on Sunday to claim the biggest title of his career. The Italian, 19, beat the USA's Mackenzie McDonald 7-5 4-6 7-5 for his third ATP title. Sinner also became the youngest winner of an ATP 500 event since the category was created in 2009.

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Citi Open: Jannik Sinner beats Mackenzie McDonald for biggest ATP title yet

Nick Kyrgios claims 'my head's in the shed' in emotional interview after Citi Open exit

Kyrgios was the defending champion in Washington but crashed out with a 6-4 6-4 loss to world number 107 Mackenzie McDonald. Australian Open: Nadal 'Kyrgios is one of the highest talents’ Nick Kyrgios made a sad admission after his first round loss at the Citi Open in Washington, where he was the defending champion.

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Nick Kyrgios claims 'my head's in the shed' in emotional interview after Citi Open exit

Kyrgios lacks fiery passion in losing ATP Washington opener

Longing for the days when he would scream and throw racquets, Nick Kyrgios struggled to care on crucial points in making a first-round exit on Tuesday at the ATP Citi Open. The 26-year-old Australian, who won the Washington event when it was last played in 2019, lacked his trademark spark and passion in a 6-4, 6-4 loss to American Mackenzie McDonald.

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Kyrgios lacks fiery passion in losing ATP Washington opener

Defending champ Kyrgios quickly out in DC

Nick Kyrgios' surname is on a blue awning above the lower bowl of the Citi Open's main stadium to commemorate his 2019 title at the hard-court tournament in Washington. On Tuesday night, as the reigning champion at an event cancelled last year because of the pandemic, the 2019 champion Kyrgios bowed out after two flat sets over 77 minutes.

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Defending champ Kyrgios quickly out in DC

5 US tennis players qualify for French Open; most since 2004

PARIS (AP) — Five Americans made it through qualifying rounds for the French Open tennis tournament, the most since 2004. Jenson Brooksby of Sacramento, California; Bjorn Fratangelo of Pittsburgh; and Mackenzie McDonald of Piedmont, California, give the U.S. three men who qualified for the Grand Slam event played on red clay for just the third time since 1982.

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5 US tennis players qualify for French Open; most since 2004