1. How Juan Martin del Potro Has Become a Grand Slam Title Threat Again

    Juan Martin del Potro’s reawakening is shifting men’s tennis. He captured the 2016 Rio Olympics silver medal for men’s singles, and he was the guiding hero to lead Argentina to its first Davis Cup title...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 1 month ago 2,587 reads 14 comments

  2. Davis Cup Win Further Bolsters Juan Martin del Potro's Legacy

    Back against the wall, trailing two sets to love in an elimination match on hostile soil, Juan Martin del Potro showed his indomitable spirit...

    Joe Kennard Written by Joe Kennard about 1 month ago 1,767 reads 0 comments

  3. Juan Martin del Potro Leads Argentina with Davis Cup Winners and Losers

    Team Argentina pulled off an upset over host-country Croatia to win the nation’s first Davis Cup tennis title...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 1 month ago 2,626 reads 0 comments

  4. Resurgent Juan Martin del Potro Will Be a Top Grand Slam Contender in 2017

    Every encounter with adversity (and he experienced plenty) has only made Juan Martin del Potro stronger. Healthy and playing regularly for the first time in three years, Del Potro ...

    Joe Kennard Written by Joe Kennard about 4 months ago 2,174 reads 2 comments

  5. Argentina's Davis Cup Hopes All On Juan Martin Del Potro Whether He Plays or Not

    The Tower of Tandil, Juan Martin Del Potro , will cast a long shadow over Argentina's hopes against Croatia in the Davis Cup final in November...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 4 months ago 1,557 reads 0 comments

  6. Del Potro vs. Murray: Live Score, Highlights from Olympics 2016

    Great Britain's Andy Murray has made history in Olympic tennis, becoming the first man to win two gold medals and the first to repeat as men's singles champion...

    Brian Pedersen Written by Brian Pedersen about 5 months ago 11,749 reads 2 comments

  7. Will Olympics Run Help Juan Martin Del Potro Rekindle His Career?

    Contemplating retirement at the end of 2015, Juan Martin del Potro nearly threw in the towel on a once-promising career sadly halted by injuries. Several months later, he finds himself on the opposite end of the spectrum...

    Joe Kennard Written by Joe Kennard about 6 months ago 2,022 reads 0 comments

  8. Is Juan Martin del Potro Starting a Career Resurgence in Madrid?

    Juan Martin del Potro is ready to work his way back up the ATP World Tour rankings after an impressive first-round win over Dominic Thiem on Madrid’s red clay...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 9 months ago 3,376 reads 12 comments

  9. Juan Martin del Potro's Comeback Will Add New Energy to Men's Tennis

    When a then-20-year-old Juan Martin del Potro blasted his way past Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer to win the 2009 U.S. Open, it looked as if a new force had arrived...

    Joe Kennard Written by Joe Kennard about 12 months ago 2,288 reads 8 comments