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Rafael Nadal’s Recent Grand Slam Record is Terrible

Posted on 10 Jun, 2016, by in Tennis

The news of Rafael Nadal withdrawing from appearing at the 2016 edition of Wimbledon isn’t a surprise. It’s just another piece in the puzzle of his collapsing career, as the 30-year old is struggling to put the pieces together. More

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Active Men’s Tennis Players With Grand Slam Titles

Posted on 14 Sep, 2015, by in Featured, Tennis

There are eight active players as we come to the end of the 2015 Tennis season with at least one Grand Slam title: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Lleyton Hewitt, Juan Martin Del Potro, Stanislas Wawrinka and Marin Cilic. More

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Rafael Nadal US Open Exit Consistent With His Awful Season

Posted on 5 Sep, 2015, by in Tennis

While there are still tournaments to play and points to be won after the final Grand Slam of the year, Rafael Nadal will look back at the 2015 tennis season and hardly find a single thing to feel good about following his third round exit against Fabio Fognini. More

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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

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Roger Federer – Cincinnati Masters Leading up to US Open Title

Posted on 18 Aug, 2014, by in Tennis

He’s not back. Roger Federer never left. He has rough patches and slumps, but despite his age, the burdens of family life and the injuries that keep coming to nag him from time to time, the greatest player in the history of Tennis, fresh of his first Masters title (Cincinnati) in exactly two years, looks finally like someone who can win a Grand Slam, the up & coming US Open, again. More

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10 Highest Paid Athletes in the World for 2014

Posted on 12 Jun, 2014, by in Featured

According to the list of top 10 highest paid athletes in the world over the last 12 months, it’s great to be a soccer star (Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi), NBA legend (LeBron James, Kobe Bryant), great at Golf (Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson) or simply excel at Tennis (Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer). However, the best thing to be is Floyd Mayweather, leading the list for a third consecutive year. More

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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

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Novak Djokovic – Once Again the Best Player in the World

Posted on 31 Mar, 2014, by in Tennis

There’s something about Key Biscane and the Miami Masters (or Sony Open) that brings out the best in Novak Djokovic, beating Rafael Nadal 6-3, 6-3, once again denying the Spaniard and world’s number one from winning one of the few Masters tournament he has yet to win. More

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Rafael Nadal Headlining the International Premier Tennis League

Posted on 25 Feb, 2014, by in Tennis

In a world with players who feel they need to be paid more for the exhausting schedule they’re involved in, a project like the International Premier Tennis League was bound to pop up sooner or later, and Rafael Nadal will be the premier name of this new competition, which will probably involve Andy Murray on the men’s side, while Victoria Azarenka is also going to be part of it. More