Browsing Mens Tennis

Rafael Nadal to Lead Tennis Players Strike?

Posted on 16 Sep, 2011, by in Tennis

Rafael Nadal isn’t happy, despite his win and Spain grabbing a 2-0 lead over France in the Davis Cup Semi Final. He isn’t happy about losing the US Open final, and even more upset about the (too) long tennis season each year, something that must change or the players will take action, according to him. More

Roger Federer and Approaching the End

Posted on 13 May, 2011, by in Tennis

Another early exit from a clay tournament, this time in Rome against Richard Gasquet, got me thinking long and hard about Roger Federer and the end of his career, just around the corner. More

Novak Djokovic and a New World Order

Posted on 20 Mar, 2011, by in Tennis

Regardless of the result of his Indian Wells Final match with Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic is the world’s new number 2 after beating Roger Federer (6-3, 3-6, 6-2) who fell to 3rd in the ATP rankings. More

America’s Looking for a New Tennis Superstar…

Posted on 31 Jan, 2010, by in Tennis

After the glorious 90’s with Sampras and Agassi and the Connors McEnroe duels of the 80’s, US mens tennis, as of 2010, is pretty much Andy Roddick, turning 28 in 6 months. Any hope on the horizon? More

Top 8 US Open Champions

Posted on 19 Aug, 2009, by in Tennis

With 12 days to go before the 2009 US Open tennis tournament will begin at Flushing Meadows, New York, we take a look at the greatest champions of the tournament in the Open Era – the eight men who have won in New York more than once – From Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe in the 70’s and early 80’s to the kings of the 90’s – Sampras and Agassi, and the reigning king – Roger Federer. More