• Tan continues Wimbledon run; Pliskova tumbles

    Tan continues Wimbledon run; Pliskova tumbles
    Harmony Tan, ranked No. 115 in the world, and Katie Boulter, who is 118th, again pulled upset victories at Wimbledon to reach the third round, where they will face each other.
  • Padraig Harrington after the US Open title: Something that I never had in my career

    Padraig Harrington after the US Open title: Something that I never had in my career
    Padraig Harrington claims his maiden senior victory, and it is also his first major title at the US Open. Steve Stricker was his opponent and it wasn't easy for him."It's tough to lead from the front and it's even tougher when you have Steve Stricker behind you!" joked Harrington, as quoted by golfmonthly. "He's kind of got one up on me and maybe I owed him one here today. He certainly has my number a few times."It's very special (to win). The reason why I am on the Champions Tour is that I want
  • Boulter into third round of Wimbledon after win over Pliskova

    Boulter into third round of Wimbledon after win over Pliskova
    Britain's Katie Boulter has made it through to the third round of Wimbledon for the first time in her career after a 3-6 7-6 (7-4) 6-4 victory over Karolina Pliskova.
  • Harmony restored at Wimbledon after doubles bust-up between Tan and Korpatsch

    Harmony restored at Wimbledon after doubles bust-up between Tan and Korpatsch
    There has been some high drama at Centre Court this week at Wimbledon -- but some off-court sniping has, thankfully, been resolved.
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  • Mischa Zverev gives update on Alexander Zverev

    Mischa Zverev gives update on Alexander Zverev
    Mischa Zverev has confirmed that Alexander Zverev is doing well in his recovery from an ankle surgery as rehab has started and the German is looking forward to returning to action later this summer.Zverev, 25, badly rolled his ankle during his French Open semifinal match versus Rafael Nadal. After the match, the scans revealed Zverev tore several ligaments in his ankle. Zverev underwent an ankle surgery just days after the injury and so far his recovery has been going well. &ldquo
  • Harmony restored: Korpatsch clears air with Tan

    Harmony restored: Korpatsch clears air with Tan
    A day after Harmony Tan's would-be partner Tamara Korpatsch publicly expressed her outrage over Tan's last-minute decision to withdraw from doubles, peace has been restored between the pair.
  • Agnieszka Radwanska comments on upcoming charity match versus Iga Swiatek

    Agnieszka Radwanska comments on upcoming charity match versus Iga Swiatek
    Polish tennis legend Agnieszka Radwanska says she is thrilled to be playing Iga Swiatek in a charity match as she reveals she is so happy to be joining a good cause. Swiatek, the new face of Polish tennis, announced her plans to hold "Iga Swiatek and Friends for Ukraine" on July 23 in Krakow. Besides Swiatek and Radwanska, Elina Svitolina, Sergiy Stakhovsky and Martin Pawelski will also participate. Radwanska, a former world No. 2, will play Swiatek in a one-set match. Swiate
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime gives verdict on his performance after shock Wimbledon exit

    Felix Auger-Aliassime gives verdict on his performance after shock Wimbledon exit
    Felix Auger-Aliassime was disappointed after a surprise first round exits and underlined he simply cannot allow himself to win matches where he is the favorite if he wants to ever have a shot at winning Wimbledon. Auger-Aliassime, who reached his maiden Grand Slam quarterfinal 12 months ago at Wimbledon, exited The Championships in the first round this Tuesday. Maxime Cressy, an American who is recognizable by his serve and volley style, upset ninth-ranked Auger-Aliassime 6-7 (5) 6-4 7
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  • Wimbledon 2022: Novak Djokovic hits an enchanting backhand

    Wimbledon 2022: Novak Djokovic hits an enchanting backhand
    The number one of the Wimbledon 2022 seeding doesn't stop at the Al, England Club. Novak Djokovic made his mark in the second round of the London Grand Slam, archiving the practice of the Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis in three sets, without risking anything compared to the debut challenge with the Korean Kwon.The Serbian showed a solid and convincing performance and can now prepare for the next match against fellow countryman Miomir Kecmanovic. The Belgrade native won one of the most beautiful p
  • Rafael Nadal responds to comments Serena Williams made about him

    Rafael Nadal responds to comments Serena Williams made about him
    Record 22-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal thanked Serena Williams for the comments she made about him and called her one of the greatest female athletes in sports history. Williams, 40, was sidelined for 12 months before returning to singles action this week at Wimbledon. Nadal applauded Williams for attempting a return at the age of 40 and acknowledged her greatness. "First of all, thanks for the words from Serena [Williams]. I read [them]. It's great to hear these beautifu
  • Emma Raducanu reveals difference she noticed between Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic

    Emma Raducanu reveals difference she noticed between Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic
    British tennis star Emma Raducanu, 19, said it was fascinating to observe Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic from the close range and see the differences between the two. Nadal and Djokovic are one of the greatest players in tennis history, while Raducanu is one of the most talented and players from her generation. At Wimbledon, Raducanu had a chance to see Nadal and Djokovic on the practice court. After watching both all-time greats practice, Raducanu noticed some of the differences
  • Bautista Agut out of Wimbledon with COVID-19

    Bautista Agut out of Wimbledon with COVID-19
    Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain has pulled out of Wimbledon after testing positive for COVID-19, becoming the third big name in the men's singles draw to withdraw after contracting the virus.
  • Elina Svitolina shares thoughts on Iga Swiatek organizing charity for Ukraine

    Elina Svitolina shares thoughts on Iga Swiatek organizing charity for Ukraine
    Ukrainian tennis star Elina Svitolina says she is pleased to be participating in a charity event organized by world No. 1 Iga Swiatek. On Wednesday, Swiatek announced she is organizing "Iga Swiatek and Friends" - a charity event that will take place on July 23 in Krakow. The event will be featured by Swiatek, Svitolina, Agnieszka Radwanska, Sergiy Stakhovsky and Martin Pawelski. Svitolina, who announced pregnancy a month and a half ago, will serve as the chair umpire at the event.
  • Nick Kyrgios sounds off on disrespectful spectators after tense Wimbledon opener

    Nick Kyrgios sounds off on disrespectful spectators after tense Wimbledon opener
    Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios was visibly upset during his Wimbledon opener as he felt the crowd was disrespecting him throughout the match. On Tuesday, Kyrgios survived a scare at Wimbledon as he edged out British wildcard Paul Jubb 3-6 6-1 7-5 6-7 (3) 7-5. At one point, Kyrgios got so upset with the disrespect that he spat in the direction of a fan. After the match, Kyrgios said he feels spectators nowadays don't have any limits. “I just think spectators in gene
  • Roberto Bautista Agut latest player to test positive for virus at Wimbledon

    Roberto Bautista Agut latest player to test positive for virus at Wimbledon
    Spanish tennis star Roberto Bautista Agut has tested positive for COVID-19 and he is out of Wimbledon. On Thursday, Bautista Agut was scheduled to meet Daniel Elahi Galan Riveros in the Wimbledon second round. Unfortunately, Bautista Agut woke up feeling unwell, and when the results from his test returned, it revealed he was COVID positive. Bautista Agut made a pretty strong at Wimbledon as he ousted Attila Balasz 6-1 6-0 6-3 in the first round. Following the Bautista Agut wi
  • Tennis player arrives on court without his rackets

    Tennis player arrives on court without his rackets
    Shoes, hat, bag. Ugo Humbert arrived on Wimbledon's No.2 court with most of the essentials needed for his second-round match against Casper Ruud -- except for his rackets.
  • Andy Roddick weighs in on Rafael Nadal's volleying skills on grass

    Andy Roddick weighs in on Rafael Nadal's volleying skills on grass
    Former world No. 1 Andy Roddick says Rafael Nadal might be the player with the best volleys in the world. Nadal, 36, is one of the most complete players in tennis history and Roddick feels the serve and volley can be very effective for the Spaniard on grass. On Tuesday, Nadal kicked off his campaign at Wimbledon as he ousted Francisco Cerundolo 6-4 6-3 3-6 6-4. Roddick, who now works as an analyst for Tenns Channel, enjoyed watching Nadal making his first Wimbledon appearance sinc
  • Wimbledon 2022 Davidovich Fokina's incredible mistake

    Wimbledon 2022 Davidovich Fokina's incredible mistake
    He is truly incredible how Alejandro Davidovich Fokina lost the second round match at Wimbledon 2022 and had to say goodbye to the tournament. An episode that rarely happens in this specific circumstance, on the lawns of the most world most famous fortnight.During the very delicate and decisive super tie-break (at 10), Vesely conquers the point of 9-7. At that point, right on the match point, the Spaniard hits and sends a ball beyond the stands, securing a penalty game from the chair judge
  • 'Rafael Nadal was 5-0 up, but I believed in victory,' Novak Djokovic's coach recalls

    'Rafael Nadal was 5-0 up, but I believed in victory,' Novak Djokovic's coach recalls
    Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic were the rivals at the previous three Roland Garros. Nadal made a better start in all three encounters, although he failed to bring one of those home and celebrate the win. Novak and Rafa battled in the 2021 semi-final, and Novak earned a 3-6, 6-3, 7-6, 6-2 triumph in four hours and 11 minutes. It was Nadal's third loss in Paris, and it came after being a set up, making Djokovic's success even more notable. After five straight losses to Nadal on the slowest surfac
  • Francisco Cerundolo reflects on playing Rafael Nadal on WImbledon Centre Court

    Francisco Cerundolo reflects on playing Rafael Nadal on WImbledon Centre Court
    World No. 41 Francisco Cerundolo wasn't too disappointed after losing his Wimbledon opener as he acknowledged that playing Rafael Nadal on the Centre Court was a dream come true. Carundolo, 23, was drawn to play record 22-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal in his Wimbledon opener. Cerundolo maybe didn't have much luck with the draw but drawing Nadal gave him a chance to play on the Centre Court in his first-ever Wimbledon match. Cerundolo competed extremely well against Nadal b
  • Tennis player arrives on court without his racquets

    Tennis player arrives on court without his racquets
    Shoes, hat, bag. Ugo Humbert arrived on Wimbledon's No.2 court with most of the essentials needed for his second-round match against Casper Ruud -- except for his racquets.
  • When Roger Federer scored his first Wimbledon victory

    When Roger Federer scored his first Wimbledon victory
    Roger Federer has always had unique connections with Wimbledon, winning his first Major crown at the All England Club five years after conquering the junior event. Since 2003, Roger has won eight Wimbledon titles and lost a couple of memorable finals, writing history as the only player with over 100 wins in the cathedral of tennis. The 16-year-old Federer claimed the Wimbledon junior title in 1998 and made a senior debut a year later, losing to Jiri Novak in five sets. Returning to Wimbledon as
  • Anett Kontaveit opens up on her battle with after effects of virus

    Anett Kontaveit opens up on her battle with after effects of virus
    World No. 3 Anett Kontaveit says she has started to feel better in recent days but adds she is still not where she wants to be physically. Two months ago, Kontaveit tested positive for COVID-19. Kontaveit is still dealing with the after effects of COVID-19 but she has started to feel better in recent days and she is hoping to soon return to her top shape. On Wednesday, second-seeded Kontaveit crashed out of Wimbledon after Jule Niemeier handed her a 6-4 6-0 loss. After the lo
  • Wimbledon 2022: Carlos Alcaraz made a real magic

    Wimbledon 2022: Carlos Alcaraz made a real magic
    Carlos Alcaraz advanced to the third round of Wimbledon, the third Grand Slam tournament of the season, thanks to his success on Field 2. Another decidedly not easy match against Dutch talent Tallon Griekspoor, this time the 19-year-old was very solid at every crucial moment and didn't concede a single set.The Spaniard is proving to have a good confidence on grass, a surface on which he has played very few matches, and to be able to express his 'usual' style of play, which is very often amu
  • When Pete Sampras lost his last Wimbledon match

    When Pete Sampras lost his last Wimbledon match
    Pete Sampras was an undisputed Wimbledon king during the 90s, winning seven titles between 1993-2000. Pete lost that memorable fourth-round clash to Roger Federer in 2001, and he hit rock bottom at one of his favorite tournaments a year later. Pete entered the 2002 Wimbledon ranked 13th and without an ATP title for two years. He defeated Martin Lee in the first round to kick off what turned out to be his last Wimbledon campaign. On June 26, Pete suffered a shocking defeat to the Swiss lucky lose
  • Brooks Koepka reacted to Rory McIlroy's comment: "I'll be honest with you.."

    Brooks Koepka reacted to Rory McIlroy's comment: "I'll be honest with you.."
    Brooks Koepka decided to perform at LIV Golf to the surprise of the entire golf public. Reactions to his decision immediately followed, and one of the first to react was Rory McIlroy, especially since Koepka denied a few weeks ago that he would be competing in LIV Golf. Rory McIlroy is just as surprised as everyone else with Koepka's decision. "Am I surprised? Yes, because of what he said previously."I think that's why I'm surprised at a lot of these guys because they say one thing and then
  • Caroline Garcia reacts to dismantling Emma Raducanu at Wimbledon

    Caroline Garcia reacts to dismantling Emma Raducanu at Wimbledon
    World No. 55 Caroline Garcia admitted she was absolutely thrilled with her Wimbledon performance versus Emma Raducanu as she was glad that she was able to deliver on the Centre Court against a British player. On Wednesday, Garcia saw off home favorite Raducanu 6-3 6-3 to progress into the Wimbledon third round. In the first set, Garcia collected two breaks to get off to a strong start and take the opener. Raducanu broke back Garcia in the sixth game of the second set to tie the se
  • Andreea Prisacariu shares nice message to Serena Williams after Wimbledon return

    Andreea Prisacariu shares nice message to Serena Williams after Wimbledon return
    Romanian tennis player Andreea Prisacariu absolutely enjoyed watching Serena Williams return to action as she called the American a "true champion" and the "greatest of all time." On Tuesday, Williams played her first singles match in 12 months at Wimbledon.Williams, a seven-time Wimbledon champion, exited the tournament in the first round as Harmony Tan edged out the American 7-5 1-6 7-6 (7). "No matter what. No matter how. A true champion. My champion. My inspiration. The greatest of
  • Stan Wawrinka expresses disappointment in himself after Wimbledon exit

    Stan Wawrinka expresses disappointment in himself after Wimbledon exit
    Three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka admitted he was disappointed he delivered in his Wimbledon opener versus Jannik Sinner as he expected more from himself. Wawrinka, 37, accepted a main draw wildcard into Wimbledon but didn't make it far as Sinner ousted th Swiss 7-5 4-6 6-3 6-2. "I’m disappointed with the way I was playing today, with the level I got. I think I have been pushing myself way better during practice. I was expecting more, and I’m for sure disappointe
  • Roger Federer: 'At home I'm the one who creates...'

    Roger Federer: 'At home I'm the one who creates...'
    World No. 7 Carlos Alcaraz reveals that he has been watching videos of the Big Three heading into Wimbledon as he hopes to become a big player on grass one day. Alcaraz, 19, has shown this year that he is capable of playing very well on clay and hard courts, having won the Miami and Madrid Masters. Alcaraz retired from Queen's but still had some grass court action before Wimbledon as he played two exhibition matches at the Hurlingham Club. At Hurlingham, Alcaraz suffered two straight-set losses
  • Thanasi Kokkinakis makes funny comment after losing to Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon

    Thanasi Kokkinakis makes funny comment after losing to Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon
    Thanasi Kokkinakis says he is hoping Novak Djokovic continues with dominant performances in the rest of Wimbledon as that way he will probably feel better about his level. Kokkinakis, 26, exited Wimbledon in the second round after Djokovic handed him a 6-1 6-4 6-2 loss. Djokovic was pretty much dominant throughout the entire match as Kokkinakis never really stood a chance. Djokovic converted 5-of-13 of his break points and saved the lone break point he faced. After the match,
  • Novak Djokovic hits out at United States authorities over 'illogical' rule

    Novak Djokovic hits out at United States authorities over 'illogical' rule
    Novak Djokovic says he finds it "illogical" that unvaccinated Americans can compete at the US Open but unvaccinated players from outside the United States cannot. Djokovic hasn't been vaccinated against COVID-19, and as it stands now, he won't be allowed to enter the United States for the US Open. Tennys Sandgren, an American player who also hasn't been vaccinated against COVID-19, will be allowed to compete at the tournament. “On a more serious note, I have been texting wit
  • Nick Kyrgios: "I made the Top 10 best players look normal"

    Nick Kyrgios: "I made the Top 10 best players look normal"
    Around Nick Kyrgios there is a lot of curiosity about how he will behave in the 2022 edition of Wimbledon. In every tournament he participates he must be regarded as a dangerous tennis player and possible protagonist.Semifinal in Stuttgart and Halle among the last outings of the season on erb, results that make the Australian a very uncomfortable customer for any athlete who will face him. The 27-year-old showed up at the press conference before his official tournament debut, showing his desire
  • Roger Federer: 'When I put on my bandana before a match...'

    Roger Federer: 'When I put on my bandana before a match...'
    Former World No. 5 Kevin Anderson has set big goals for the US Open as he aims to win his first Grand Slam title at Flushing Meadows at the age of 35. Anderson, now ranked at No. 75 in the world, made his first Grand Slam Final at the US Open in 2017, before losing easily in straight sets to Rafael Nadal. "My goal is to win the tournament. That's why I'm going there," Anderson said, according to IOL. “I know on paper that I am unseeded, but fortunately the faith I have in myself is not rep
  • Wimbledon: Jule Niemeier, Greet Minnen and Caroline Garcia script upsetting tales

    Wimbledon: Jule Niemeier, Greet Minnen and Caroline Garcia script upsetting tales
    There were a couple of noteworthy exits in the women’s draw on the third day of 2022 Wimbledon, on Wednesday. Second seed Anett Kontaveit, ninth seed Garbine Muguruza and 10th seed Emma Raducanu were the biggest names that fell.Germany’s Jule Niemeier stunned Kontaveit, 6-4, 6-0 in their second-round match in just 58 minutes. Niemeier didn’t face any break points on her serve and converted all four break points that came her way on the Estonian’s serve. She fini
  • Martina Navratilova reacts to Rafael Nadal tying her Wimbledon record

    Martina Navratilova reacts to Rafael Nadal tying her Wimbledon record
    Former nine-time Wimbledon champion Martina Navratilova congratulated Rafael Nadal on tying her for the most wins at The All England Club. On Tuesday, Nadal started his Wimbledon campaign with a 6-4 6-3 3-6 6-4 victory over Francisco Cerundolo. Following his latest victory, Nadal now has 306 wins at The All England Club. With that, Nadal is tied on the fourth place with the great Navratilova. Navratilova congratulated Nadal and added the Spaniard will certainly clinch many mo
  • 'Emotional' Simona Halep opens up after winning return to Wimbledon

    'Emotional' Simona Halep opens up after winning return to Wimbledon
    Former world No. 1 Simona Halep admitted she was pretty emotional before her Wimbledon opener as she is simply happy to be healthy and to be able to compete at The Championships again. Halep, who lifted her maiden Wimbledon title after beating Williams in the final three years, made a winning return at The All England Club on Tuesday. In the Wimbledon first round, Halep saw off Karolina Muchova 6-3 6-2 to progress into the next round. Wimbledon was cancelled in 2020, while Halep w
  • Venus Williams shares message to Serena Williams after Wimbledon thriller

    Venus Williams shares message to Serena Williams after Wimbledon thriller
    Seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams said she was proud "proud beyond" of Serena Williams after her sister fell short in a thriller Wimbledon battle. On Tuesday, Serena Williams played her first singles match in 12 months. In a first round Wimbledon thriller which lasted over three hours, France's Harmony Tan edged out Serena Williams 7-5 1-6 7-6 (7).After the match, Serena Williams posted a picture on Instagram. "That was insane and intense. Not the result I came for, bu
  • 'Novak Djokovic will be better treated when...', says top analyst

    'Novak Djokovic will be better treated when...', says top analyst
    World No. 1 Daniil Medvedev has singled out Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Matteo Berrettini as the top three Wimbledon favorites. Djokovic, 35, is a six-time Wimbledon champion and this year he will try to win his fourth consecutive title at the Championships. Nadal, 36, is a two-time Wimbledon champion but has not won the title at the tournament since 2010. Berrettini, 26, reached his first Grand Slam final at WImbledon last year before losing to Djokovic. Reflecting on this year's favorites
  • Jule Niemeier reacts to destroying No. 2 seed Anett Kontaveit at Wimbledon

    Jule Niemeier reacts to destroying No. 2 seed Anett Kontaveit at Wimbledon
    World No. 97 Jule Niemeier sent second-seeded Anett Kontaveit packing out of Wimbledon and after the match said she knew she had the level to beat top-10 players. On Wednesday, Niemeier delivered one of her best performances in 2022 as she saw off Kontaveit 6-4 6-0 to progress into the Wimbledon third round. It was the first meeting between Niemeier and Kontaveit. "I played two former Top 10 players before, and I knew that I had the level. It was pretty close. I lost twice in thre
  • 'The thing that separates Novak Djokovic is...', says ATP ace

    'The thing that separates Novak Djokovic is...', says ATP ace
    Novak Djokovic did not deliver a great performance in his debut match at Wimbledon against Soonwoo Kwon. The winner of the last three editions has suffered more than expected against a player who had nothing to lose. In the end, the number 1 in seeding has imposed himself in four sets, but will have to level up to put his 21st Grand Slam on the board. 2022 has not given Nole particular satisfactions up to now, also thanks to her choice not to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus. In addition t
  • Dan Evans shares thoughts after disappointing Wimbledon exit

    Dan Evans shares thoughts after disappointing Wimbledon exit
    British tennis player Dan Evans said he didn't feel like he was "missing out" on the British party at Wimbledon after suffering a surprise loss in the first round. A total of nine British players reached the Wimbledon second round, the most since 1997. Evans, who is the second top-ranked British male player and who was the 28th seed at Wimbledon, suffered a surprise loss as lucky loser Jason Kubler ousted the Briton 6-1 6-4 6-3. After the match, Evans was asked if he fel
  • Grigor Dimitrov ponders his future and health after ending Wimbledon's run

    Grigor Dimitrov ponders his future and health after ending Wimbledon's run
         "The only thing that I need to focus on is how I'm going to go on and about," the ATP's 21 ranked Grigor Dimitrov commented about his consistency on the tennis tour. Wimbledon is one of the grand slam titles that he hasn't captured and for the Bulgarian, it won't be this year. It was 8 years ago he did go deep into the semifinals of Wimbledon. This year made his 8th meeting with opponent, Steve Johnson at the first round of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships. Grigor has won 5 o
  • 'Rafael Nadal had a few days off to...', says top coach

    'Rafael Nadal had a few days off to...', says top coach
    No matter how thunderous the present is for Rafael Nadal, for the Spaniard each week and each tournament is a new challenge that he enjoys 100% and competes in the same way beyond praise and numbers. And that doesn't change even when, for the first time in his career, Nadal reaches SW19 midway through a calendar Grand Slam, a feat no male player has accomplished since Rod Laver in 1969. "The past is the past. Sport and life go by so fast, don't they? I'm not a big fan of continuing to live off t
  • Padraig Harrington afraid of the influence of LIV Golf?

    Padraig Harrington afraid of the influence of LIV Golf?
    Padraig Harrington does not know what to expect in the future from the DP World Tour as LIV Golf has come to the big stage with the goal of becoming number 1. All of this could affect the DP World Tour as well as other tournaments. Huge money is at stake. This is exactly what could attract players and could create an environment in which LIV Golf would be at the very top."I feel for the European Tour because there's definitely room for two tours, there's no doubt about it, but is there room for
  • Roger Federer: 'I get up with it and go to bed with...'

    Roger Federer: 'I get up with it and go to bed with...'
    Roger Federer advanced to the sixth semi-final of the 2018 season following a thrilling 6-7, 7-6, 6-2 win over compatriot Stan Wawrinka in two hours and 16 minutes. It was their 24th meeting and first since the Indian Wells final in 2017, with Roger celebrating victory number 21 over a good friend after overcoming a first set loss and a tight second set tie break to dominate the match. decisive and stay on the title track. Federer lost 18 points in his games, never facing a break point and keepi
  • 'Very angry' Tamara Korpatsch calls out Harmony Tan for making her 'look like fool'

    'Very angry' Tamara Korpatsch calls out Harmony Tan for making her 'look like fool'
    German tennis player Tamara Korpatsch called out Harmony Tan after a late Wimbledon withdrawal as she wasn't happy with how the French acted on Wednesday. On Wednesday, Korpatsch and Tan were scheduled to play their Wimbledon doubles first round match. According to Korpatsch, just an hour before the match Han messaged her saying she couldn't compete. Korpatsch didn't hide her frustration and anger as she claims Tan reached out to her before Wimbledon and asked if she was willing t
  • 'Rafael Nadal always tries to...', says top coach

    'Rafael Nadal always tries to...', says top coach
    British tennis star Emma Raducanu says it's great to be back at Wimbledon, adding that it's special to share the same court with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. Raducanu, 19, is now the highest-ranked British player and is receiving privileged treatment at the All England Club. During the last week, Raducanu has had the opportunity to practice on the courts reserved for the best players. On Monday, Raducanu faces Alison van Uytvanck on Center Court at Wimbledon. "I am really looking forward to
  • 'Novak Djokovic may have been unlucky to...', says expert

    'Novak Djokovic may have been unlucky to...', says expert
    It was not easy for Novak Djokovic to find space in the era of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Despite having achieved great results, the Serbian continues to be the least popular among the Big 3, also due to some extratennial events. After touching the 'Calendar Grand Slam' last year, the former world number 1 was unable to maintain the same pace in early 2022. The 35-year-old from Belgrade paid dearly for his choice not to get vaccinated. against the Coronavirus, having not been able to defend
  • Murray Falls To Isner, Djokovic Dominates At Wimbledon; Nadal Tomorrow

    John Isner got his first ever win over Andy Murray and he did it at Wimbledon!

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