The big hitting 21 year old from Cape Town is back in the New Balance's Winner's Circle, after taking his second career Challenger title in Stockton, California. His confidence is on a new level. Hear why, and what his win means for South African tennis.
5 surgeries in two years.
And yet James Duckworth is back, and progressing back toward the top 100, with one Challenger title, and a semifinal last week in Tiburon.
The Cary champion tells us about what he did off the court during that time, the perspective he gained, and maybe the low moment in this comeback.
We chat over some lowly American coffee, and as always, the company was delightful.
Hear from newly minted Wells Fargo Tiburon Challenger Champion Michael Mmoh, the newest member of the ATP's Top 100. Back to back titles in Columbus and Tiburon get him there for the first time in his career.
We play compare and contrast:
1) His new and old coaches (Alex Waske and Glenn Weiner)
2) His style of play now vs. 2016
3) and the style of play over the last two weeks.
Hear from Mike inside the New Balance Tennis Winner's Circle.
We go inside the New Balance Winner's Circle today with Thanasi Kokkinakis, who ended a 3 year injury-prolonged Trophy drought with a win at the Nordic Naturals Challenger. He talks about how his body is holding up, his immediate plans for Vancouver and the Open, and how he hopes to sustain success for the finishing months of 2018.
Finally got a chance to sit down with Dan Evans, aka Evo, to talk a little bit about his life three months back in to his comeback.
Hear his thoughts on how he's been treated by the media, his relationship with his former coach Mark Hilton, and how things have gone on court since his return.
On this edition of the Coffee Cast with Cation, Jordan Thompson dishes on the Transition Tour, transitioning back and forth between Challengers and Slams, and perfectionism in the sport of tennis, ahead of his 2nd straight final in Binghamton.
In the latest edition of the Coffee Cast, I sit down with Marc Polmans, the talented 21-year-old from Melbourne who has had a remarkable 2018, including a 24 match winning streak. We talk about how he handles the Australian Travel burden, what it means to be a competitor, and yes....the hat situation.
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Hear from Tallahassee Tennis Challenger Champion Noah Rubin after a three set win over Marc Polmans. It's his fourth title, second of the year, and puts him in the lead of the USTA Pro Circuit French Open Wild Card Challenge.