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Nadal Working to Win Mind Game


CINCINNATI – Each point. Each match. Each season.

Rafael Nadal is taking tennis one step at a time, focusing on the future rather than the past.

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Roger Federer is Raring To Go


CINCINNATI – A year ago, Roger Federer was tired. He had just played five matches at the Masters 1000 tournament in Canada and wasn’t sure if he was even going to compete in Cincinnati.

Fortunately, he did. He won the title, for an incredible sixth time.

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Jack Sock's Favorite Things

Jack sat down with OTGT to share some insight into some of his favorite things.  You'll never believe his favorite guilty pleasure. Or maybe you will!  Check out the video above and/or the transcript below.

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American Denis Kudla Surfing Through Summer


ATLANTA – In the moment, you are right where you’re supposed to be. The power pushes you across, up and down.

It is a wave. 

Thrilling, especially as you gain speed. A combined state of euphoria, peace, presence and excitement.

When you ride, you want to suspend time. You charge in and rip it up. 

It’s an experience to live. But lose focus and you’re off the board.

After paddling hard on the ATP Challenger Tour, Denis Kudla now is surfing his way through a remarkable summer tennis season.

Kudla was the last American man standing at this year’s Wimbledon, where he advanced to the fourth round. He was the first guy from the U.S. to get that far since 2012.

Now, Kudla has reached his first-ever ATP World Tour semifinal. He is scheduled to play two-time defending champion John Isner at the BB&T Atlanta Open on Aug. 1. 

“I’m feeling really good. My tennis is exactly where I want it to be. I feel like mentally I’m in a really good place,” the 22-year-old said. “Everything in my game is really coming together, and I’m really hoping that I can continue this throughout the whole U.S. swing.”

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Mardy Fish is Winning at Life


ATLANTA – The scoreboard showed a different result. It would be 2014 finalist Dudi Sela advancing to the second round of the BB&T Atlanta Open.

But Mardy Fish, playing only his second tennis match in nearly two years, still was a winner.

“It was a success just to get out there and play,” said the tournament’s 2010 and 2011 champion.

Fish has been sidelined by anxiety-related issues. He retired in the third round of the Winston-Salem Open in August 2013 and, after a year-and-a-half hiatus, attempted a comeback at the BNP Paribas Open in March earlier this year.

The winner of six ATP World Tour singles titles plans to retire at the U.S. Open this fall, after competing in Cincinnati next month.

Fish said he is grateful to finish his career on his own terms, reconnecting with the sport and people he cherishes.

“I’d love to win some matches, but that’s not in the forefront of my mind,” he said. 

“This sport, my job, was taken from me so abruptly that it took me a long time to sort of get my life back. I have different goals now than I did a couple years ago – just to play again, just to compete out here again in this tournament is a blast.”

“It’ll be a lot different at the Open, I’m sure,” he added.

Fish is speaking candidly of his crippling panic attacks and strides to overcome them, hoping his story helps others.

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Rising Star Frances Tiafoe Ready to Work


ATLANTA – Frances Tiafoe. If you don’t already know it, it’s a name you should remember.

Just 17 years old, the son of immigrants from Sierra Leone already is being touted as the next U.S. tennis star. 

His talent – raw, but undeniably impressive – was on display during the Celebration of American Tennis exhibition at the BB&T Atlanta Open.

As his hero Andy Roddick, retired former World No. 1 and winner of the 2003 U.S. Open, hit ace after ace after ace, Tiafoe’s sharp eyes, quick coordination and solid forehand allowed him to return a blistering 140 mph serve.

“I think I’m playing better and better every day,” he said, adding he has grown a lot stronger since he competed in the qualifying draw of the Atlanta tournament a year ago.

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Roddick Dances Again in Atlanta


ATLANTA – Andy Roddick knows what it takes to win – and he’s willing to share that knowledge with the next generation.

Retiring in 2012 at the U.S. Open, where he was the champion in 2003, he is the last North American male tennis player to win a Grand Slam singles event.

On July 27, Roddick was set to participate in the Celebration of American Tennis exhibition with 17-year-old junior tennis player Frances Tiafoe, touted as the next U.S. tennis star.

Also at the BB&T Atlanta Open, the 32-year-old agreed to come out of retirement to play doubles with longtime friend Mardy Fish, the Atlanta trophy winner in 2010 and 2011.

“This is always a place I’ve really enjoyed playing. It’s where I won my first title, and it’s where I won my last title,” said Roddick, the champion in 2001 and 2012.

In all, the former World No. 1 claimed 32 ATP World Tour singles titles, including five Masters 1000 singles titles. He also reached four other Grand Slam finals – Wimbledon in 2004, 2005 and 2009 and the U.S. Open in 2006, losing to icon Roger Federer every time.

Roddick conceded that his return is “a little awkward.”

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