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The Best Moment of the Nadal – Djokovic US Open Final: The 54 Shot Rally

Posted on 10 Sep, 2013, by in Tennis

In a match that was mostly about Rafael Nadal reinstating his dominance over the ATP Tour, Novak Djokovic had a moment of happiness for himself, as he won a rally that lasted for 54 shots, helping him claim the second set before falling in the next two to give Nadal the 2013 US Open title. More

2013 US Open Final – Djokovic vs Nadal Predictions

Posted on 9 Sep, 2013, by in Tennis

Even if Rafael Nadal is unbeaten this season on Hard Courts, his US Open final against Novak Djokovic is far from a sure thing, as the Serbian player and world number one is hoping that his marathon match in the semifinal won’t be too exhausting for him to compete. More

On Roger Federer, Rock Bottom & the Inevitable End

Posted on 3 Sep, 2013, by in Tennis

All-time greats usually don’t know when to retire. Roger Federer is no different. Maybe he wanted 2013 to be some sort of sweet swan song, but it is turning out to be an awful season for the greatest tennis player of all-time, and his fourth round exit at the US Open should signal to him and everyone else that it’s time to quit. More

On Andy Murray Winning Wimbledon & The Number 7

Posted on 10 Jul, 2013, by in Tennis

While the shock, joy and awe of watching Andy Murray become the first British Wimbledon champion in nearly 80 years is slowly fading away, it’s amazing to see an interesting coincidence involving Murray winning the title with the number 7. More

Andy Murray Beats Novak Djokovic to Become the 2013 Wimbledon Champion

Posted on 7 Jul, 2013, by in Tennis

It took Andu Murray seven years to win his first grand slam title, and less than a year later to become the first British player in 77 years to win the title at Wimbledon, showing, not for the first time, that he belongs in the so called top 4, beating Novak Djokovic for yet another major championship. More

Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan and the Bryan Slam

Posted on 7 Jul, 2013, by in Tennis

By beating Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo in the Men’s Doubles 2013 Wimbledon Final, the Bryan brothers (Bob & Mike) are now the first pair ever to retain all four grand slam titles at the same time, not to mention being the Olympic gold medalists as well. More

2013 Wimbledon Final – Djokovic vs Murray Predictions

Posted on 7 Jul, 2013, by in Tennis

If there was any doubt, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic prove by meeting for the third time in four Grand Slam tournaments in the final, proving that this is the real mega rivalry at the moment in the world of Tennis, with the Brit trying to become the first in almost 80 years to win the tournament, while the world’s number one tried to cement his place as the greatest player in recent years and the foreseeable future. More

First Grand Slam Without Roger Federer & Rafael Nadal in the Third Round Since 2003

Posted on 26 Jun, 2013, by in Tennis

With all due respect to Andy Murray & Novak Djokovic, the two biggest tennis stars in the world are still Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal and now, for the first time since the French Open in 2003, both of them are out before the third round. More

Wimbledon Favorites – Roger Federer Out, Andy Murray In

Posted on 17 Jun, 2013, by in Tennis

While it would be nice to consider more than two players for the 2013 Wimbledon title (Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic obviously), the recent tournament wins by Roger Federer and Andy Murray don’t really change the current status quo, although it would be a lot more surprising to see Federer go all the way and not Murray if it came down to those two. More

Rafael Nadal Makes Watching the Roland Garros Almost Boring

Posted on 9 Jun, 2013, by in Tennis

Nine times Rafael Nadal has played at the Roland Garros in Paris, and eight times now he has left the clay courts of the French Open as a champion, more than anyone has ever won in a single grand slam tournament, reaching the achievement after a rather anti-climatic final against David Ferrer. More