• Uncle Toni: '2013 French Open semifinal between Nadal and Djokovic was too much'

    Uncle Toni: '2013 French Open semifinal between Nadal and Djokovic was too much'
    Rafael Nadal has played many matches that will remain in the history of tennis. The Spanish phenomenon has dominated Roland Garros like no other player, winning the beauty of 12 titles in Paris with only two defeats. One of the most iconic editions of the modern era is undoubtedly that of 2013, thanks to the splendid semifinal between Rafa and Novak Djokovic. The 19-time Grand Slam champion managed to establish himself in the fifth set after recovering from a late break (everyone will remember t
  • Roger Federer pays tribute to Nelson Mandela

    Roger Federer pays tribute to Nelson Mandela
    After almost two months of quarantine in their respective houses due to Coronavirus, professional tennis players have started training again waiting to know when they can resume the season. Unlike most of his colleagues, Roger Federer has not yet taken up his racquet. The 20-time Grand Slam champion underwent surgery on his right knee last February shortly before suspension. The Swiss Maestro has played only one tournament this year, the Australian Open, in which he reached the semifinal by
  • Roger Federer criticized for the message to Alan Jones

    Roger Federer criticized for the message to Alan Jones
    Roger Federer is being criticized in Australia for the message dedicated to Alan Jones, a controversial radio host, who announced his retirement from his famous 2GB show after a 35-year of career. The Swiss is one of the most beloved stars in Australia, thanks to his victories, his charisma and the charm that brought him the admiration of many tennis fans across the globe, as no tennis player before him managed to do.Yet on these days Federer, who is always very attentive to the management
  • Serena Williams enjoys her time away from tennis: “I am pretty serene”

    Serena Williams enjoys her time away from tennis: “I am pretty serene”
    The majority of tennis players find it hard to not perform in tournaments for such a long time, but Serena Williams tries to get the most of the suspension of the WTA tour and relax as much as she can while also making sure she keeps her old injuries under control.“For me, it’s a breath of fresh air, to be honest. I don't have to think about anything. I took a lot of time off. I just started training because I was injured for a long time. I don't feel any pressure, I feel good and I
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  • Ines Ibbou's follow-up post on Dominic Thiem, changes in tennis and getting support

    Ines Ibbou's follow-up post on Dominic Thiem, changes in tennis and getting support
    Algerian tennis player Ines Ibbou has written a second blog after the overwhelming response that her open letter to World No. 3 Dominic Thiem received. Ibbou's open letter to Thiem attracted a lot of attention from the media and from several tennis champions, including Billie Jean King, Venus Williams and Nick Kyrgios.While continuing to write about the challenges for an aspiring tennis player and calling for changes to be made in the tennis system, Ibbou also thanked people for the support she
  • Djokovic to Devvarman: 'Rafael Nadal's got one of the worst backhands on tour'

    Djokovic to Devvarman: 'Rafael Nadal's got one of the worst backhands on tour'
    Somdev Devvarman, who retired from tennis in 2017, had the opportunity to face Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray during his career. During a recent live session with Navneeth Krishna, the Indian, who is Djokovic's friend, recalled his match against Nadal at the Indian Wells BNP Paribas Open in 2011. The former World number 62 was defeated in honor in the warm Californian evening, selling the skin dearly in front of the Spaniard champion as evidenced by the fin
  • US Open 2020 confirmed from August 24th, but is it true?

    US Open 2020 confirmed from August 24th, but is it true?
    US Open 2020 confirmed from August 24 to September 13. But is it true? A decision came after the last few weeks of rumors related to the tournament, after ATP, WTA and ITF suspended tennis until July 31, 2020. United States is being hit hard by the Covid-19 global pandemic, which is upsetting the whole season. A facebook page confirms the event on official dates, but there are many doubts about the reliability of the news, despite the fact that the page uses the registered tradema
  • In Roger Federer's words: 'Anything can happen against Andy Roddick'

    In Roger Federer's words: 'Anything can happen against Andy Roddick'
    The defending champion Lleyton Hewitt was done and dusted after the first round at Wimbledon 2003, beaten by an unknown Ivo Karlovic and leaving the door open for Roger Federer and Andy Roddick. The Swiss and the American were the favorites to set the semi-final clash and they did that, passing five obstacles to battle for the place in the first Major final for both. Federer came to London after winning the title in Halle, standing strong in the opening three rounds at the All England Club and a
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  • Rafael Nadal's best memory - 2008 edition: The epic Wimbledon crown

    Rafael Nadal's best memory - 2008 edition: The epic Wimbledon crown
    Rafael Nadal's career is studded with great successes and incredible records: with 19 Slams he is aiming Roger Federer's record, but the Spaniard has achieved other great goals, such as the twelve triumphs at the Roland Garros and all the titles on clay-courts. For each season, however, there is a particular goal, an achievement that should be highlighted.2008 was a decisive year in the history of modern tennis. Roger Federer was the dominator of the ATP Tour, despite the fact that on clay-court
  • How Novak Djokovic is turning the Pandemic into a Panorama of happier times

    How Novak Djokovic is turning the Pandemic into a Panorama of happier times
         "Unlike many other players, I was able to train almost every day because we resided in a house with a tennis court," Novak Djokovic explained to a news media at his secluded tennis villa in Belgrade. He is turning the pandemic into a panorama of happier times as more situations become brighter since the coronavirus episode began. The Serb's vacation to see his younger brother Marko in Marbella, Spain evolved into something unpredictable. In the middle of March, a few months a
  • Guy Forget: We would like there to be tournaments on clay before Roland Garros

    Guy Forget: We would like there to be tournaments on clay before Roland Garros
    Guy Forget, the Tournament Director of Roland Garros, appeared on the Tennis Legends show with former Grand Slam champions Mats Wilander and Justine Henin in which he spoke about holding the clay court Grand slam in Paris in September and about the renovation of the Philippe Chatrier  court.Guy Forget says they would like some clay court events prior to Roland GarrosForget, a former World No. 4 in singles himself, spoke on the show about the changes at Roland Garros over the past 12 months
  • A record where Novak Djokovic surpasses Roger Federer and Nadal

    A record where Novak Djokovic surpasses Roger Federer and Nadal
    Novak Djokovic is one of the greatest tennis legends: a player capable of writing sensational records and often beating his two eternal rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal (the Serb is ahead in the H2H against the Swiss and the Spaniard). With 17 Grand Slam titles, Djokovic is chasing Federer and Nadal, respectively a at 20 and 19 titles.There is a data that certifies the great results of the current number one of the world, a data in particular that refers to all the challenges staged from 20
  • Dominic Thiem: I've been helping financially some players but I won't reveal names

    Dominic Thiem: I've been helping financially some players but I won't reveal names
    Austrian tennis star Dominic Thiembelieves donations are a private thing and no one should be forced to donate his money. The season has been suspended since March 12 due to the coronavirus outbreak and the lower-ranked players have been hit hard by the pandemic as they are facing financial struggles and difficulties. Right from the beginning of the Tour suspension, the lower-ranked players were calling for help as most of them can't go for a month -- some even for two weeks or three -
  • FFT official confident French Open will be staged with fans in attendance

    FFT official confident French Open will be staged with fans in attendance
    French Tennis Federation General Treasurer Hughes Cavallin is confident that the French Open will be staged this year as the situation is getting better and better. On March 17, the French Tennis Federation moved the French Open from its traditional late-May and early-June date to a late September start. The French Open organizers are now aiming to stage the tournament from September 20 - October 4 but there is a chance the Major will be pushed back for a September 27 start. "The
  • Marion Bartoli's radical solution: Less doubles tournaments, more money to singles

    Marion Bartoli's radical solution: Less doubles tournaments, more money to singles
    Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartolihas suggested that having less doubles tournaments on the ATP calendar could be one of the ways to help those players ranked outside the top-100 in the world. Ever since the ATP and WTA tours got suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, everyone across the tennis world has been urging the governing bodies to help the lower-ranked players and make a few changes so their life gets easier. When interviewed and asked by Tennis Majors what's the bes
  • Former World No. 13 Raul Perez Roldan: my father physically abused him

    Former World No. 13 Raul Perez Roldan: my father physically abused him
    Former World No. 13  Raul Pérez Roldan, who is now 50 years old, has revealed that he was physically abused by his father, who was also his coach, in an interview to La Nacion. Raul Pérez Roldan says his father used to hit him after matches and also took away all his moneyDuring his interview, the Argentine recalled the difficult journey he had through his professional career and later due to his parents."The truth is that. Everyone knows, but nobody talks about it, I nev
  • Annacone: 'Roger Federer is so good at being able to lose and also to win'

    Annacone: 'Roger Federer is so good at being able to lose and also to win'
    Roger Federer is the player who has won the most titles in Grand Slam tournaments (20) and who has participated in the most finals (31). In 2009 after the victory at the French Open, he completed the Career Grand Slam. In 2017, beating Marin Čilić in the final, he became the only man to have won Wimbledon eight times, the oldest and most prestigious tournament in the world. The Swiss Maestro has huge popularity in the world of sport, to the point that he has been called a living l
  • Tiafoe wants to build 'unbelievable legacy'

    Tiafoe wants to build 'unbelievable legacy'
    American Frances Tiafoe says he is hoping to be the guy that builds an "unbelievable legacy" by inspiring more black people to play tennis.
  • Raising a racket: Sania, Sindhu and their lockdown Hyderabad blues

    Raising a racket: Sania, Sindhu and their lockdown Hyderabad blues
    Two of India's biggest superstars strike up a conversation about Hyderabad, food and their concerns for sport in the time of a pandemic.
  • Per report, Andy Murray could play National Championships if fit enough

    Per report, Andy Murray could play National Championships if fit enough
    Top British players are set to return to competitive action next month and former world No. 1 Andy Murraycould make his first appearance this year if he is fit enough, reports Sportsmail. The tennis season has been suspended since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic and recently the ATP and WTA Tours are expected to be on hold until at least early-August. The Lawn Tennis Association -- the governing body of tennis in Great Britain -- is planning a series of six or seven tournamen
  • Roger Federer's most winning and losing months

    Roger Federer's most winning and losing months
    Fate, skills, coincidences and goals: every sportsman has his best and worst months and so does Roger Federer. The Swiss Maestro has won 103 titles (so far) in his amazing career, but some months have been more successful than others. Of course, these coincide with particular tournaments.In January Roger won the Medibank International 2002, the Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2005, the Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2006, the Australian Open 2006, the Australian Open 2007, the Australian Open 2010, the Q
  • ThrowbackTimes Madrid: Novak Djokovic masters Dominic Thiem after epic clash

    ThrowbackTimes Madrid: Novak Djokovic masters Dominic Thiem after epic clash
    World no. 1 and two-time Madrid Masters 1000 champion Novak Djokovic earned the place in the 107th ATP final and the 48th at the Masters 1000 series last year in Caja Magica after a thrilling 7-6, 7-6 triumph over Dominic Thiem in two hours and 22 minutes. Playing the best tournament since the Australian Open when he claimed the 15th Grand Slam title, Novak secured the title clash against Stefanos Tsitsipas or Rafael Nadal, prevailing in one of the best matches of the previous season on clay. Th
  • Vasek Pospisil partners with Huawei Canada to donate 10,000 masks

    Vasek Pospisil partners with Huawei Canada to donate 10,000 masks
    29 year old Canadian Vasek Pospisil has partnered with Huawei Canada to donate 10,000 masks to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank.The former Wimbledon doubles champion Pospisil posted an update on his Twitter account - "Thrilled & honored to partner w/ @Huawei_Canada and be able to donate 10,000 masks to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. Thank you @vanfoodbank for the tour and for being so vital to the community. Thank you to the frontline workers for all you contin
  • Eastern European Championship reveal strong player field

    Eastern European Championship reveal strong player field
    The Eastern European Championship is set to feature a notable player field as several top-100 players have confirmed their presence at the tournament. The highest-ranked player confirmed for the tournament is world No. 23 Dusan Lajovic, who made his maiden Masters final last year and also achieved his current career-high ranking.     View this post on Instagram         Ok...lets start unveiling the roster...slowly...
  • Pavlyuchenkova: Roger Federer e Rafael Nadal in favor of merger will make it happen

    Pavlyuchenkova: Roger Federer e Rafael Nadal in favor of merger will make it happen
    Former World No. 13 and WTA Player Council member Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova says that the support of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on the merger of the ATP & WTA Tours will help push the idea forward. The Russian also spoke about the player relief fund for lower ranked players.Pavlyuchenkova says Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in favour of merger will help make it happenIn an interview to the Tennis Majors website, the 28 year old Russian says, “I am in favor of a change that is needed
  • Greg Rusedski explains why tennis needs US Open to be staged in 2020

    Greg Rusedski explains why tennis needs US Open to be staged in 2020
    Former world No. 4 Greg Rusedski says the US Openmust go ahead for the sake of tennis as the former British No. 1 thinks it could help the game gain new followers. The tennis season has been suspended since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic and in the best case scenario we will see the return of tennis in August. The United States Tennis Association has stated the plans to stage the US Open as initially scheduled from August 31 - September 13 are ongoing but they are closely mo
  • Heather Watson comes to grips with hiatus in grand style

    Heather Watson comes to grips with hiatus in grand style
         "I took a needed four months off. I struggled to get back, but it was better than before. It had a really big effect on my mental health..." Heather Watson had told the 'Behind the Racquet' media last year, concerning her recovery from mononucleosis. She was at the highest rankinf of her career at no. 39 and could visualize how all the hard work may have shown no result in success because of her illness. This season, Watson is much healthier but the four months' absence may c
  • Nestor: Novak Djokovic's record against Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal is remarkable

    Nestor: Novak Djokovic's record against Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal is remarkable
    Former doubles world No. 1 Daniel Nestor says it's incredible what has Novak Djokovicaccomplished over the last decade as he has praised the Serb for having a positive head-to-head record against both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.Djokovic, 33, is the third on the all time Grand Slam list with 17 Grand Slam titles captured as Federer owns a record 20 Majors, while Nadal sits at second place with 19 Major titles in his collection. Recently, world No. 1 Djokovic publicly admitted that his go
  • Gael Monfils: I always play with the same passion, even if there are no fans

    Gael Monfils: I always play with the same passion, even if there are no fans
    Frenchman Gael Monfils spoke on a virtual press conference with some of the media journalists on his Twitch channel on Monday and said he would be happy to play Roland Garros in September even if it means playing without fans."It  will still be the real Roland-Garros even in September. I will be very happy that it takes place. Playing the tournament would be crazy. We miss our sport like all enthusiasts. It would be a great pride for our sport to be revived."Gale Monfils says he will play w
  • Benoit Paire does not want to be labeled an alcoholic tennis player

    Benoit Paire does not want to be labeled an alcoholic tennis player
    French tennis player Benoit Paire says he does not want to be labeled as an alcoholic tennis player.The Frenchman came under some criticism on social media after appearing on a couple of Instagram live sessions with good friend and fellow tennis player Stan Wawrinka where Paire was often seen having a drink.Benoit Paire says he likes to have a good timeDuring an interview with the Team, Paire says, "I don't want to be labeled as an alcoholic tennis player. I don't spend my time just drinking. I
  • Sky Sports wins sustainability award for #GoZero

    Sky Sports wins sustainability award for #GoZero
    Sky Sports has won the One Planet Award for Sustainability in Sports TV at the SVG Europe awards.
  • Roger Federer recalls his surgery in 2016

    Roger Federer recalls his surgery in 2016
    There is absolutely no rush for Roger Federer. During a video conference with Gustavo Kuerten last week, the 20-time Grand Slam champion admitted that he has not yet resumed training for one simple reason: it will still be several months before the circuit will start again after the Coronavirus emergency. Operated on his right knee last February, the Swiss veteran wants to take all the time necessary to recover 100% of his physical condition (also mindful of the experience of four years ago).Fed
  • Rafael Nadal: I have no doubt that someone will break my record at Roland Garros

    Rafael Nadal: I have no doubt that someone will break my record at Roland Garros
    World No. 2 Rafael Nadal says he has no doubt that someone in the future will break his record of 12 French Open singles titles.The Spaniard, who turns 34 years old in June, was speaking on a show for ESPN with Jose Luis Clerc where he spoke about his records on the clay courts as well as his training sessions and motivation during recent weeks.Rafael Nadal has no doubt that someone will break his record at Roland GarrosThe Spaniard is a 12-time champion at Roland Garros and says he would be hap
  • Tennis for children: A game to have fun, with values ​​and competitive spirit

    Tennis for children: A game to have fun, with values ​​and competitive spirit
    For children, sport must be a game and they must have fun, but it is impossible to think without the presence of a competitive spirit: many experiences such as those lived by Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray can form from a young age and fix in mind already goals. The competitive spirit in children must be managed to learn concepts and values ​​that transcend sports practice. Roger Federer was also a bad boy as a kid, but then the experience, age and help of the team improved his
  • French Open chief wants fans in September

    French Open chief wants fans in September
    Director general of the French Tennis Federation (FFT), Jean-Francois Vilotte admitted that he preferred the September Grand Slam to be played with fans.
  • ThrowbackTimes Madrid: Alexander Zverev wins battle of young guns over..

    ThrowbackTimes Madrid: Alexander Zverev wins battle of young guns over..
    In Madrid 2018, world no. 3 and the 2nd seed Alexander Zverev advanced into his fourth Masters 1000 final in the last 12 months, toppling Denis Shapovalov 6-4, 6-1 in swift 57 minutes. It was their third match and the third win for Zverev who had the upper hand all the time in the youngster semi-final at this Masters 1000 event that started in 2002. The German was the dominant figure in his games, dropping nine points behind the initial shot and never facing a break point to mount all the pressu
  • Luthi: 'It’s not necessary to really hit for Roger Federer'

    Luthi: 'It’s not necessary to really hit for Roger Federer'
    Roger Federer does not play an official game from the Australian Open semifinal. He underwent surgery on his right knee, did not compete in February and in the meantime saw the tour suspended from the pandemic. Now that he is allowed to return to training, the Swiss player prefers do not train because he sees no reason to train in this period without tournaments.There is no stress for Roger FedererHis coach Severin Luthi believes that his pupil does not need to worry about hitting the balls
  • Jo-Wilfried Tsonga throws light on reason for Rafael Nadal's French Open loss in 2009

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga throws light on reason for Rafael Nadal's French Open loss in 2009
    Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has thrown light behind Rafael Nadal's loss at the 2009 French Open to Robin Soderling, of Sweden. Nadal has won in Roland Garros a record 12 times and lost only 2 matches there in his career, one of them coming in the fourth round of the 2009 event to Soderling. Tsonga says Rafael Nadal was sick during his match against SoderlingSpeaking on a live stream on Twitch with fellow Frenchman Gael Monfils, Tsonga says, “Rafa will never speak about this, but when
  • Petra Kvitova: Playing a Grand Slam without fans doesn’t look nice to me

    Petra Kvitova: Playing a Grand Slam without fans doesn’t look nice to me
    Two time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova says she is looking forward to playing a tournament once again, as she spoke  to reporters on Monday on the eve of an all-Czech tournament which will feature a men's event and a women's event of eight players each. The tournament will see no audience and no handshakes with rivals.Jiri Vesely, ranked No. 65 in the world, is the top player in the men's field. “It won’t be the same thing as a regular tournament. There are no points to
  • Novak Djokovic discusses playing behind closed doors

    Novak Djokovic discusses playing behind closed doors
    Last year, Novak Djokovic canceled two match points in response to Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final, mocking the Swiss Maestro at the decisive tiebreak and winning the sixteenth Slam of his extraordinary career. The Serbian champion would then have reached 17 by remounting Dominic Thiem in the last act of the Australian Open 2020. The World number 1 is known for his mental strength in the most complicated moments. Over the past few seasons, Nole has been able to overcome anger, fear, co
  • Rewatch, French Open 1990: Agassi almost flips wig in first Slam final

    Rewatch, French Open 1990: Agassi almost flips wig in first Slam final
    Is there a tennis player from the 1980s and ’90s who could hold a nation’s attention for 10 hours, the way Michael Jordan just did in The Last Dance? With all due respect to Pete Sampras and Steffi Graf and all of the other greats of that era, the figure who comes to my mind first is Andre Agassi.The early hype, the flashy game, the catchy ad campaign, the bumpy road to the top, the eventual, joyful breakthrough: Like Michael, Andre experienced them all. While he didn’t become
  • In Roger Federer's words: 'The last time I played at this level was against..'

    In Roger Federer's words: 'The last time I played at this level was against..'
    Mario Ancic stunned Roger Federer in the first round at Wimbledon 2002, with the Swiss bouncing back a year later to revive his run from 2001 and make himself a title contender again. Roger spent five hours on the court in the opening three matches of Wimbledon 2003. He gathered a boost and survived a massive scare in the fourth round against Feliciano Lopez when he had severe back problems that required treatment and pain killers. In the quarters, Federer toppled injured Sjeng Schalken to advan
  • Rafael Nadal reveals Big 3’s secret to success

    Rafael Nadal reveals Big 3’s secret to success
    Rafael Nadal has recently resumed training in his Academy after standing still for a long time due to the COVID-19 emergency. The Spanish champion reached the final at the ATP Cup and the quarterfinals at the Australian Open, then winning the title in Acapulco just behind the suspension linked to the pandemic.Nadal on Big 3’s secret to successIn a recent interview with José Luis Clerc from ESPN, the 19-time Grand Slam champion discussed his successes on clay and Roland Garros: &ldqu
  • ThrowbackTimes Madrid: Novak Djokovic earns important win over Kei Nishikori

    ThrowbackTimes Madrid: Novak Djokovic earns important win over Kei Nishikori
    In one of the greatest first-round matches at the Masters 1000 level in recent years, world no. 10 and a two-time Madrid champion Novak Djokovic scored only his sixth win of the 2018 season after a hard-fought 7-5, 6-4 triumph over a former finalist Kei Nishikori in a grueling one hour and 59 minutes. It was their 14th encounter since 2010 and the 12th win for Novak, who is yet to lose against the Japanese since that heartbreaking defeat at the US Open semi-final in 2014. The Serb played a very
  • Rafael Nadal's Roland Garros top-5 matches

    Rafael Nadal's Roland Garros top-5 matches
    Rafael Nadal is the undisputed ruler of the Roland Garros: with 12 titles he holds the record for the most number of titles won in Paris. Considered the greatest tennis player ever on clay, the Spaniard rewrote the history of the French Open, thanks to memorable performances.Here are the best five matches he played in Paris: against Nicolas Almagro in 2008 fourth round, against Mariano Puerta in 2005 final, against Roger Federer in 2006 final, against Novak Djokovic in 2013 semi-final and a
  • Usain Bolt tells Naomi Osaka: Keep breaking those records

    Usain Bolt tells Naomi Osaka: Keep breaking those records
    Legendary athlete Usain Bolt has told two-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka to keep breaking records in an exchange on social media.Last week, Osaka was recently named as the highest-paid female athlete by Forbes magazine. She earned $37.4 million in the last 12 months from prize money and endorsements, $1.4 million more than Williams. Her earnings also set an all-time earnings record for a female athlete in a single year, surpassing Russian superstar Maria Sharapova, who previously held the
  • Roger Federer is the richest of 2019!

    Roger Federer is the richest of 2019!
    What could be the 2019 king of earnings if not Roger Federer? Tennis is said to be a sport for richests, but for some tennis players, few really, you can become a rich player. It is true that you need a good budget to get started: buy equipment, pay for a coach, an athletic trainer and travel all over the world.But once you join the tennis elite, the Game generates much higher earnings than the costs. The prize money reserved for those who win tournaments or make excellent placements are fu
  • LTA announces four July British Tour events

    LTA announces four July British Tour events
    The Lawn Tennis Association have confirmed they hope to stage a series of new British Tour events for professional players in July, subject to government confirmation.
  • Filip Krajinovic: I hope Novak Djokovic remains healthy and breaks all the records

    Filip Krajinovic: I hope Novak Djokovic remains healthy and breaks all the records
    Serbian world No. 32 Filip Krajinovic wishes nothing but good to his good friend Novak Djokovicas he hopes the world No. 1 will remain healthy and continue to dominate the game. Djokovic, a 17-time Grand Slam champion, turned 33 on Friday.Djokovic and his family quarantined for two months in Marbella but the Serb is now back to his home country.Earlier this year, Djokovic led Serbia to winning the inaugural ATP Cup."We didn't speak that much while he was in Spain but I was so happy when I h
  • Rafael Nadal misses being in Paris: Today we should be there

    Rafael Nadal misses being in Paris: Today we should be there
    World No. 2 Rafael Nadal and tennis legend Rod Laver took to social media to express their disappointment at not being in Paris for the French Open, which would have begun this week as per the original tennis calendar of the season.12 time champion Rafael Nadal posted a picture on Saturday evening of himself in Paris five years ago, attending a gala event for his foundation. "Already 5 years ago in Paris ..Today we should be there ..."Laver, who won the French Open in 1962 and 1969, co

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