Monthly Archives: June 2011

Ladies’ Singles | Tencap Predictions

Ladies’ Singles | Tencap Predictions Like the men, the way the Tencap algorithm works, each 2-points difference translates to a 1-game advantage, per set. So for Sharapova (2) vs Chakvetadze (6), that’s 2 games per set for Sharapova. 6-4, 6-4, 6-4

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Gentlemen’s Singles | Tencap Predictions

Gentlemen’s Singles | Tencap Predictions Remember, the way the Tencap algorithm works, each 2-points difference translates to a 1-game advantage, per set. So for Nadal (-10) vs Russell (0), that’s 5 games per set for Nadal. 6-1, 6-1, 6-1

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Wimbledon Predictions | WTA, Round #1

I’ll try to get this data uploaded to a table so it’s easier to visualize, but for now, here are the first-round predictions for the WTA first-round action at Wimbledon: 2011 Wimbledon | WTA-Round #1 – Match Predictions <= click on … Continue reading

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Wimbledon Predictions | ATP, Round #1

During the French Open the folks at Tencap kept track of their predictions for each round during the tournament.  Here are the results: 80% of the 1st round 81.5% of the second 87.5% of the third 87.5% of the fourth … Continue reading

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The Modern Two-Handed Backhand by Ron Steege

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Ron Steege, Director of Tennis at Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club, shares his insights on the modern two handed backhand. 1. Eight-year-old Anna Kalabukhova uses a Continental grip with her non-dominant right hand and a semi-western or hybrid grip with … Continue reading

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