Tag: ATP tour

  • Novak Djokovic Doing Things No One Has Ever Done

    Novak Djokovic Doing Things No One Has Ever Done

    This might be the second year that we’ll end declaring it the year of Novak Djokovic, who is leaving everyone on the ATP tour in the dust, be it on the hard surfaces, clay, Masters tournament or a Grand Slam.

  • Djokovic Better Than Federer & Nadal Heading Into Clay Season

    Rafael Nadal might be the king of clay, but his knee seems to be causing him more problems than ever. Roger Federer has been playing better than anyone for most of 2012 up until now, but he hasn’t won a clay title since May 2012. Novak Djokovic? He won in Miami recently and beat Nadal in two Clay finals last season. Advantage Novak.

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

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

    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.

  • Fastest Servers in History

    The men who have hit the fastest serves in the history of Tennis.

  • 2011 Australian Open – Federer and Djokovic Advance

    Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic had no problems today, kicking off the men’s quarter finals at the 2011 Australian Open.

  • 2011 Australian Open – Days 4 and 5

    2011 Australian Open – Days 4 and 5
  • Most Grand Slam Titles in Mens Tennis

    With Nadal back on top, showing that 2010 is his year, winning his seventh and eigth grand slam titles, we decided it was a good opportunity to check the Grand Slam Titles leader board and check out who’s in the way between Nadal and Federer, who doesn’t look like he’s winning and Slam titles going by his current form.

  • The Roland Garros’ Greatest Champions

    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.

  • America’s Looking for a New Tennis Superstar…

    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?

  • Federer Beats Andy Murray at Australian Open Final

    Roger Federer beats Andy Murray in straight sets, winning his fourth Australian Open and 16th grand slam title.