Delpo Back To Winning Ways

He'll want to clean up around the edges, including bolstering his match fitness, but Juan Martin del Potro will overall be pleased after winning his season opener 6-3, 7-5 against Japan's Yoshihito Nishioka on Tuesday at the Delray Beach Open.
The top seed seized enough of his chances (3/7 on break points), and although he wore a bandage on his rehabbed right knee and admitted to feeling some pain, Del Potro darted freely around the blue courts he's come to know well.

Cheverus Boys Claim Seventh-Straight Maine Class A State Championships; Bangor Girls Win

The post Cheverus Boys Claim Seventh-Straight Maine Class A State Championships; Bangor Girls Win appeared first on Swimming World News.
The 2019 Maine Class A State Swimming and Diving Championships took place Feb. 18-19 at Bowdoin College’s Greason Pool in Brunswick, Maine. Winning the final relay proved to be enough

Cheverus Boys Claim Seventh-Straight Maine Class A State Championships; Bangor Girls Win

The post Cheverus Boys Claim Seventh-Straight Maine Class A State Championships; Bangor Girls Win appeared first on Swimming World News.
The 2019 Maine Class A State Swimming and Diving Championships took place Feb. 18-19 at Bowdoin College’s Greason Pool in Brunswick, Maine. Winning the final relay proved to be enough

Mackenzie McDonald Making His Mark

When Mackenzie McDonald was 12 years old, he competed in Delray Beach at a junior clay-court tournament. Little did he know that just more than a decade later, he’d be playing on Stadium Court in the Delray Beach Open.
“I didn’t know about the pro tournament at the time, but I definitely had pro aspirations when I was super young,” McDonald. “I’m living out my dream now, so it’s pretty cool.”

Felix Upsets Fognini For Career-Best Win

#NextGenATP Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime had nothing to lose on Tuesday evening against second seed Fabio Fognini, and he played like it. The 18-year-old wild card picked up one of the biggest wins of his career, dismissing the Italian 6-2, 6-3 at the Rio Open presented by Claro.
“It's at the top, for sure, with my most memorable wins,” Auger-Aliassime said. “You come here, you play the second seed, obviously you're not favoured. But you just believe in your tennis, you believe in your game. These wins, that's what you work for.”
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