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Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer

Novak Djokovic Can Catch Roger Federer

Posted on 14 Sep, 2015, by in Tennis

The fans at the US Open will never embrace Novak Djokovic, but why should he care? He’s beating Roger Federer when it matters and now, with 10 grand slam titles and seven to go before he catches up the all-time leader, there shouldn’t be anything that brings him down or holds him back. More

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Djokovic vs Federer – Exerting Dominance or Echoes of the Past

Posted on 13 Sep, 2015, by in Tennis

There are a lot of things happening in sports right now, but the biggest thing on September 13, 2015, is the US Open final between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, the final we deserved to get. More

Andy Murray

Andy Murray Played Too Many Matches Leading up to the US Open

Posted on 8 Sep, 2015, by in Tennis

An impressive streak of 18 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments quarterfinals ended as Andy Murray lost to Kevin Anderson in the fourth round of the US Open, but it shouldn’t be that surprising when he’s played more matches this season than anyone on tour. More

Rafael Nadal

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

Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic

Roger Federer Winning the Cincinnati Masters Says Nothing About the US Open

Posted on 24 Aug, 2015, by in Tennis

The win over Novak Djokovic in Cincinnati is the first Masters title for Roger Federer in 2015, but it says nothing about his ability to finally win the US Open again, despite the proximity in date and conditions. More

Andy Murray

Andy Murray Finally Beating Novak Djokovic Grants Him Big Pre-US Open Boost

Posted on 17 Aug, 2015, by in Tennis

It’s been a good weekend for Andy Murray: Beating Novak Djokovic for the first time in two years and eight matches to win the Canadian Open (Rogers Cup) Masters, and also moving back up to number two in the world, dropping Roger Federer to third. More

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Jordan Spieth a Grand Winner, Dustin Johnson a Tragic Loser

Posted on 22 Jun, 2015, by in Other Sport

While matching or breaking some age-related records, Jordan Spieth won the 2015 US Open to make it his second Major title of the year, leaving him the opportunity to possibly even complete the Golf Grand Slam in one year, although all that wouldn’t have been possible without Dustin Johnson providing an epic collapse on the final hole. More

Roger Federer

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

Martin Kaymer

Martin Kaymer – US Open Champion, Not a One Hit Wonder

Posted on 16 Jun, 2014, by in Other Sport

It’s been quite some time since Martin Kaymer stood proud, knowing he has won a tournament. That moment came for him in the 2014 US Open, winning his second major and first in four years and finishing off a dominant weekend at Pinehurst No. 2, coming in first way ahead of Rickie Fowler and Erik Compton. More

Aftermath of the Djokovic – Murray US Open Final

Posted on 11 Sep, 2012, by in Featured

It seems hard to comprehend and utter the words, even write them down. Andy Murray, US Open Champion, Grand Slam champion. It took four previous Grand Slam final failures, three against Roger Federer and one against Novak Djokovic to get the 25 year old Brit to where he is. It might have taken longer than anticipated, but there’s no doubt he finally earned to be ranked among the world’s top 4. More