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Chris Evert on Zverev: “I liked his attitude and the way he played”

Alexander Zverev solved with a good performance the ballot in the quarterfinals of Roland Garros 2021 in view of Alexander Davidovich. Thereafter, Chris Evert gave him a few compliments, which were collected on TennisHead: “I liked his attitude and the way he played. He has to use his height and his size and he has to cut the points. That is the way he is going to win. A great Serve and a great forehand. Really, he uses his weapons and finishes the points as soon as he can. That is the only chance he has to win Roland Garros. “
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Chris Evert urges Andy Murray to end his tennis career on his own terms

Chris Evert has urged Andy Murray to keep pushing to return to the top, as she suggested Roger Federer may only have one chance left to win another major title. Speaking ahead of the French Open, the 18-time Grand Slam-winning legend and Eurosport analyst believes Murray could defy his doubters and make a successful return to action on grass courts this summer.
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Chris Evert believes Rafael Nadal is on the brink of one of sport’s great achievements

Chris Evert believes Rafael Nadal will complete one of the greatest achievements in sporting history if he wins his 14th Grand Slam title at the French Open. Nadal will surpass his great rival Roger Federer in the race to finish with the most Grand Slam titles if he wins his 21st major in Paris, and tennis legend Evert believes the Spaniard would move onto a different level in the sport if he achieves his goal.
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One On One with Chris Evert: Episode 8, Martina Hingis

In 2018, the WTA named its World No.1 Trophy for Chris Evert – a fitting tribute to the player who sat atop the computer rankings when they were introduced on Nov. 3, 1975. Evert went on to hold the top spot for a total of 260 weeks. Since then, another 26 women have ascended to No.1 and 13 of them share the distinction of also being a year-end No.1, a feat Evert achieved five times.
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One On One with Chris Evert: Episode 5, Caroline Wozniacki

In 2018, the WTA named its World No.1 Trophy for Chris Evert – a fitting tribute to the player who sat atop the computer rankings when they were introduced on Nov. 3, 1975. Evert went on to hold the top spot for a total of 260 weeks. Since then, another 26 women have ascended to No.1 and 13 of them share the distinction of also being a year-end No.1, a feat Evert achieved five times.
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Chris Evert goes one on one with WTA World No.1 players

In 2018, the WTA named its World No.1 Trophy for Chris Evert – a fitting tribute to the player who sat atop the computer rankings when they were introduced on Nov. 3, 1975. Evert went on to hold the top spot for a total of 260 weeks. Since then, another 26 women have ascended to No.1 and 13 of them share the distinction of also being a year-end No.1, a feat Evert achieved five times.
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Australian Open Viewers Rip Chris Evert for Call of Serena Williams Match: ‘The Face of Misogynoir’

Some Australian Open viewers would like to go a few sets with tennis legend Chris Evert over her commentary during Serena Williams’ match vs. Naomi Osaka. Osaka defeated Serena, who is of course front and center in the G.O.A.T. (Greatest of All Time) conversation in her own right, on Wednesday night. Evert, who was calling the match for ESPN, rubbed some fans the wrong way with her words and perceived tone during the semifinal.