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Roger Federer – As Good as Novak Djokovic Allowed Him to be

Posted on 17 Mar, 2014, by in Tennis

For a moment there, everything was perfect. The crowd was booming for Roger Federer, just taking a 6-5 lead in the third set of the Indian Wells Masters final over Novak Djokovic, seemingly in control and ready to win the match and the title. And then everything went south – the bad and shaky backhand, and an opponent that most of the time is simply better than him. More

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Rafael Nadal – Bad News Just Keep Coming

Posted on 26 Feb, 2013, by in Tennis

After playing in two small tournaments to kick-start his 2013 comeback attempt, Rafael Nadal isn’t too far from step one, announcing he’ll not play in the Indian Wells and Miami Masters tournaments, as his knee problems keep bothering him and preventing him from playing the way he would like to. More

Roger Federer Very Far From Retirement Plans

Posted on 21 Mar, 2012, by in Tennis

Roger Federer has been hearing the talks, the criticism, the calls for retirement. They’ve been going on for three years now, more or less. The voices grow stronger after a disappointing finish to a Grand Slam tournament, like in 2010, when he couldn’t make it past the quarter finals at the Roland Garros and Wimbledon. Those voices dissappear when he wins the Indian Wells, his third tournament in 2012. More

Roger Federer Hasn’t Looked This Good in Years

Posted on 19 Mar, 2012, by in Tennis

Roger Federer talked earlier this year about his desire, and belief, regarding a return to the number one spot in the World. After winning the 2012 Indian Wells Masters, his third consecutive title this season, he’s still at number 3, but it’s getting easier to believe that he’s bound to win at least one Grand Slam title before the end of the year. More