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Britain takes the lead

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The Briton Maia Lumsden wins 7-6, 7-6 against American Ashley Lahey and allows her country to lead 2-1 in the final of the Master’U BNP Paribas 2017. As an image of the meeting,... READ MORE

Musical eclectism

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“Oh, you know, I listen to everything …” Heard, repeated and hammered, this answer is often an escape when the question of musical tastes is asked. Sometimes it’s the truth. But most of... READ MORE

Patton on turntables

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Photo credit Laurent Majurel   Greg Patton, the truculent Team USA coach for eight editions, has a lot of surprises and anecdotes to offer. In addition to being in perfect osmosis with his... READ MORE

A mix of flavors

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The mixed doubles could have a decisive role today, day of final. Seventh, and last match of each meeting, it will decide perhaps of the winner of this 12th edition. An atypical discipline.... READ MORE

Like father, like son

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Greg Patton has been coaching the US team at Master’U BNP Paribas for eleven years. For this 2017 edition, his son Garrett accompanies him to learn the position of coach. “It can annihilate... READ MORE

Clover continues to grow

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The “Greens” have walked the courts of Marcq-en-Barœul with great enthusiasm and the determination to continue to progress. They finish sixth, a place better than in 2016. It may have gone unnoticed but... READ MORE

The master of the service-fly

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In the second confrontation of this final, the British Jack Findel Hawkins won against the American Martin Redlicki 6-4 / 6-4. Britain returns to a round everywhere.   “When Jack plays like that,... READ MORE