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Novak Djokovic is Owning 2015 With Ease

Posted on 6 Apr, 2015, by in Tennis

Mark another title for Novak Djokovic in 2015. After winning the Australian Open and the Masters at Indian Wells, the number one player in the ATP rankings beat Andy Murray to claim the title in Miami for a fifth time. More

Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal Can’t Lose in the French Open, Not Even to Novak Djokovic

Posted on 8 Jun, 2014, by in Tennis

The greatest clay court player of all time, Rafael Nadal, proved for the ninth time in his career that beating him in Paris, a best of five match in the French Open, is an almost impossible feat, even if he is far from his best and the player standing on the other side, Novak Djokovic, is actually better. More

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Novak Djokovic – The Best Player in Tennis Once Again

Posted on 19 May, 2014, by in Tennis

We’re not used to seeing Rafael Nadal lose on clay so much, even if it is against Novak Djokovic. The Serbian star and number two in the world beat Rafael Nadal for the second time this season in a Masters tournament final, this time claiming the Italian Open in Rome to make it his third ATP 1000 title, and maybe placing himself as the favorite to win the Roland Garros for the first time in his career. More

Stanislas Wawrinka

Wawrinka Beats Federer – Not a One and Done

Posted on 22 Apr, 2014, by in Tennis

Winning a big one is hard, but consistency and greatness is even more difficult. The Monte Carlo Masters isn’t a Grand Slam, but it’s an indication that Stansilas Wawrinka might be here for more than just a short period of dominance, as he walked all over Roger Federer to win his first ATP 1000 tournament. More

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Rafael Nadal Isn’t Done Winning Grand Slam Titles

Posted on 10 Jun, 2013, by in Featured

No one can predict injuries, so you can never be 100% sure. Yet it seems Rafael Nadal is over whatever it was that was holding him back, and his French Open triumph over David Ferrer isn’t going to be the last time he lifts a Grand Slam trophy. More

Rafael Nadal

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

Roger Federer

How Roger Federer Looked When he Won Each of his 16 Grand Slam Titles

Posted on 10 Aug, 2011, by in Photos

Turning 30 this week, Roger Federer spoke about his future, the 2012 Olympic Games and him NOT planning on retirement or giving up on the chase after the next Grand Slam title. It’s been 16 so far, more than anyone else – 6 Wimbledon, 5 US Open, 4 Australian Open and one French Open. It’s been over 18 months since his last triumph, in Australia, against Andy Murray. Just to remind you, here’s how he looked all 16 times he won, during an era mostly dominated by who is (in my opinion) the greatest tennis player of all time. More

Top Ten ATP Tour Career Earning Leaders

Posted on 7 Dec, 2010, by in Tennis

With Serbia winning the 2010 Davis Cup, Roger Federer winning the World Tour Finals the end a rough year on a happy note while Rafael Nadal, despite the loss to Fed remains no.1 in the world after a sensetional year, we take a look at the biggest earners in the history of men’s tennis, from 80’s legends like Becker and Edberg, through the 90’s with Sampras and Agassi to Nadal and Federer today. More

The Roland Garros’ Greatest Champions

Posted on 18 May, 2010, by in Tennis

Six days before the Roland Garros begins. A year ago, Rafael Nadal came in as the World’s number one player but after a loss to Roger Federer in the Madrid final. Nadal was stunned early on by Soderling while Federer finally captured his white whale. This year? Federer is way off his mark although still holds the number one spot. Nadal? Still hasn’t lost on clay this season, looking ready to continue his Paris domination. As a historical and statistical preview – here are the men who have won at Paris more than once, the true greats of the Paris clay courts. More