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Stanislas Wawrinka

Is This the End of the Top 4 Era?

Posted on 28 Jan, 2014, by in Tennis

Stanislas Wawrinka beating Rafael Nadal in the final of the 2014 Australian Open hopefully signals some sort of change in men’s tennis and ushers in some sort of new era of parity, which means that it’s not going to be about Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Roger Federer winning Grand Slam titles. More

Federer, Monfils

Roger Federer – High Hopes For 2014

Posted on 10 Oct, 2013, by in Tennis

With a record of only 36-13; only one Grand Slam semifinal and one tournament win, the 2013 tennis season is the worst in Roger Federer’s career since he won his first major title in Wimbledon 10 years ago. This kind of low in his career isn’t stopping him from having high expectations heading into next year. More

Roger Federer Last Grand Slam

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

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic – The Favorite Going into the Australian Open

Posted on 9 Jan, 2013, by in Tennis

It wasn’t a super-dominant year for Novak Djokovic in 2012, but he was still on top of the ATP rankings when the season ended. Heading into the first Grand Slam of 2013 he’s favorite to win. More

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic – 2012 Belonged to Him as Well

Posted on 13 Nov, 2012, by in Tennis

The first major title of the season in 2012 went to Novak Djokovic, and the last substantial one went to him as well. En route to winning both titles, the Australian Open and the ATP World Tour Finals, he beat Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Another year belonging to Novak Djokovic, still the best tennis player in the world. More

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic – Still the Best Tennis Player in the World

Posted on 30 Oct, 2012, by in Tennis

No matter how good or bad Novak Djokovic does in the Paris Masters, he’ll regain the number one spot on the ATP rankings thanks to Roger Federer withdrawing from the tournament. After all the ups and downs in 2012, Djokovic is still, probably, the best player in the world. More

Roger Federer – Being Number 1 Is Harder in Your 30’s

Posted on 19 Sep, 2012, by in Tennis

How many more times will we see Roger Federer play this season? As much as the number one spot on the ATP rankings is important to him, there’s a good chance that he won’t travel to the Asian tournaments at all, maybe even skipping the Paris tournament to be fit for the Year-End Tournament in London. More

Djokovic, Federer & Murray – Who’ll Finish as the Best in 2012

Posted on 12 Sep, 2012, by in Tennis

There are two rankings published each week by the ATP – The ATP rankings and the Race to the Finals, which determines who are the 8 players that’ll play in the Year-End Championships. Three players can still finish as the number one player – Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray. More

4 Best Tennis Players Without a Grand Slam Title

Posted on 7 Aug, 2012, by in Tennis

There are six players in the current ATP rankings, last updated on August 6, 2012, without a Grand slam title – Andy Murray, David Ferrer, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Tomas Berdych, Janko Tipsarevic and Juan Moncao. With beating Roger Federer to win the Olympic gold medal, we take a closer look at four of these players, who probably deserve and have a bit more of a shot to win a major at some point in their career. More

Roger Federer Living Up to Old Predictions

Posted on 11 Jul, 2012, by in Tennis

It was eight years ago when the world realized just how good Roger Federer is, and how special he is in the bigger context of Tennis history. Winning three grand slam titles in one year (for the first time) and taking over, without much competition, of the number one sport in the world. More