• Rafael Nadal reveals when he will compete again

    Rafael Nadal has experienced a mixture of brilliant results and a series of setbacks in 2022. The 36-year-old is ranked 2nd on the ATP Race list behind Carlos Alcaraz, winning two Major titles and passing Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. Nadal made an incredible return at the start of the season after missing the second part of the previous season, lifting his first Australian Open crown in 13 years and rattling off 20 straight wins. Rafa fractured his rib in Indian Wells and had to skip Monte
  • Mihaela Buzarnescu pays very beautiful tribute to Serena Williams

    Former world No. 20 Mihaela Buzarnescu praised the great Serena Williams for what she represented as a tennis player and as a successful woman. Williams, a former 23-time Grand Slam champion, retired from professional tennis at this past US Open. Buzarnescu, 34, used to look up to Serena and her sister Venus Williams."When I was small, you know, I always liked Serena Williams and I've always liked the way she came from nothing to achieve everything that she has achieved as a tenni
  • Roger Federer: 'I will return next year'

    Roger Federer ended his career on Friday at the Laver Cup after 25 years on the Tour! Federer decided to terminate his glorious tennis journey after dealing with a knee injury for three seasons. Roger underwent three surgeries since February 2020, playing only six tournaments in the previous three years and failing to compete injury-free. Federer gathered his greatest rivals and friends at the Laver Cup in London and played his last match alongside Rafael Nadal. Two legends lost to Frances Tiafo
  • Jean-Baptiste Gonnet: "I feel I am at the end"

    Jean-Baptiste Gonnet crossed this week, on the occasion of the French Open, his fifth cut of the season on the DP World Tour. But the almost forty-year-old, who is divided between teaching and professional tournaments, admits having more and more difficulty in dealing with the constraints of life on the circuit.Jean-Baptiste Gonnet, statements"It's funny, I didn't see you come to see me at the start of the week, I understood and there I play negative and here you are" smiled Jean-Baptiste Gonnet
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  • Murray: I don’t deserve a send-off like Federer

    Murray: I don’t deserve a send-off like Federer
    Andy Murray believes the emotional scenes that greeted the end of Roger Federer’s playing career this week at the Laver Cup were "super special".
  • Ariana Grande sold her $ 14 million mansion in Hollywood

    Ariana Grande owns a $ 13.7 million mansion in Hollywood. She bought this magnificent mansion for this incredible amount. Idol of teenagers, Ariana Grande's villa has 4 bedrooms, a spa, a gym, and a wonderful swimming pool. She then sold the mension for $ 14 million.Located in the Bird Streets neighborhood of Los Angeles, the large villa measures more than 900 square meters spread over three floors. The ceilings are 5 meters high which increases the feeling of spaciousness. Being in the hills it
  • Ana Ivanovic pays classy tribute to Roger Federer

    Former world No. 1 Ana Ivanovic called Roger Federer "a true tennis legend" and congratulated him on an astonishing and very inspiring tennis career. Ivanovic, the 2008 French Open champion, paid a tribute to Federer shortly after the Swiss' career-final match. "A true tennis legend. Thank you @rogerfederer, for all you‘ve given to the tennis world. You‘ve always been & will continue to be a role model & inspiration to so many - on both an athletic & personal le
  • Laver Cup: Frances Tiafoe delivers first title for Team World

    After four straight losses to Team Europe, Team World finally claimed the Laver Cup title in London's O2 Arena. Team Europe looked good to defend the crown after the second day, leading 8-4 ahead of Sunday's decisive battles. Felix Auger-Aliassime and Jack Sock reduced the deficit with a win over Matteo Berrettini and Andy Murray ahead of Novak Djokovic's match. The Serb stepped on the court against Auger-Aliassime, and the Canadian beat the favorite 6-3, 7-6 with a rock-solid display. Thus, Tea
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  • The most exclusive golf clubs: what unbridled luxury!

    What are the most luxurious and exclusive golf clubs on the planet? Luxury, nature and difficult routes: this is the best you can have.The Ocean Course, Half Moon Bay, California is perched on a promontory in the Pacific. Breathtaking views and a 6,914 yard course modeled after classic Scottish links. The last four holes are famous as some of the best in the world of golf. Awesome.Cape Kidnappers, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, designed by renowned golf architect Tom Doak, sits atop New Zealand's
  • Roger Federer's mom reveals Roger's defeat that was hardest for her to take

    Lynette Federer suggested she and Robert Federer were prepared for Roger's retirement as they sensed that retirement was nearing after the Swiss great started experiencing major knee problems. On Friday, Federer's career came to an end at the Laver Cup. Federer, 41, has had three knee surgeries over the last two and a half years. "Robbie and I had long grappled with the idea that it was going to end. Due to age, but also because of his various injuries. In between there was always
  • Laver Cup: Andy Murray not planning Roger Federer-style farewell as Europe lose

    Andy Murray has not been spurred into planning his own send-off by Roger Federer's emotional farewell at the Laver Cup, which Team Europe lost in London.
  • Sonego clinches Moselle Open, first title of 2022

    Sonego clinches Moselle Open, first title of 2022
    Lorenzo Sonego clinched his first title of the season by beating Alexander Bublik 7-6(3), 6-2 in the Moselle Open final on Sunday.
  • Pascal Grizot: "We have to stop the damage"

    Always as ambitious for the Open de France, Pascal Grizot, the president of the French Golf Federation, regrets that the leaders of the historic circuits are unable to sit around a table to get golf out of the crisis caused by the arrival of Saudi Arabia on the chessboard of world golf.Pascal Grizot, statementsPascal Grizot hopes to take advantage of the arrival of Keith Pelley, boss of the DP World Tour this Saturday at the French Open to continue his mediation business and in passing give the
  • Rafael Nadal after losing with Roger Federer: 'The match carried no importance'

    Rafael Nadal was honored to play alongside Roger Federer in the Swiss' last career match. Roger wished to play with Rafa at the Laver Cup, and the Spaniard was more than ready to accept that despite not feeling at 100% physically. Federer and Nadal squandered a match point and lost to Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock 4-6, 7-6, 11-9 in two hours and 13 minutes. As Nadal later explained, the encounter carried little importance regarding the result. The only thing that mattered was celebrating Roger's
  • Tiafoe seals first Laver Cup title for Team World

    Tiafoe seals first Laver Cup title for Team World
    Frances Tiafoe sealed Team World's first victory over Team Europe in the Laver Cup as he saved four match points en route to beating Stefanos Tsitsipas on Sunday.
  • Venus Williams on Ashleigh Barty as doubles partner: Would be great

    Venus Williams named Ashleigh Barty and Althea Gibson as her dream doubles partners outside of Serena Williams. Venus captured 14 Grand Slam titles in the women's doubles competition, with each of those 14 titles coming alongside her sister Serena. According to Sportskeeda, Venus held a AMA (ask me anything) on Instagram. One of the questions she received was to name her dream non-Serena doubles partners. Barty was a three-time Grand Slam champion and the top-ranked player in
  • Team World win Laver Cup to deny Federer a final trophy

    Team World win Laver Cup to deny Federer a final trophy
    Frances Tiafoe proved the pantomime villain for a second time at the Laver Cup after his epic comeback downed Stefanos Tsitsipas and denied Roger Federer one final trophy before retirement.
  • Patrick Reed, total failure at the Golf National

    An important executive of the highly controversial LIV Golf, Patrick Reed totally missed his visit to the French Open this week. Author of two cards of 73 and 72, the American has not even crossed the cut and will find himself ejected from the world top 50 for the first time on Monday after more than eight years of presence.Patrick Reed, Golf NationalWith his LIV Golf cap and his “Ultra Brite” smile, Patrick Reed did not go unnoticed this week at Le Golf National. Back on the Albatro
  • Matteo Berrettini makes honest admission regarding Roger Federer's final match

    Matteo Berrettini revealed he couldn't sleep on Friday night becaise he was too emotional over Roger Federer's final match and admitted it was the Swiss who inspired him to pursue a tennis career.Berrettini, who is representing Team Europe at this year's Laver Cup edition, witnessed Federer's final match from Team Europe bench. "I couldn't sleep, I was really emotional," Berrettini said in his on-court interview, per Eurosport. "I told him why we were crying. The reason why I chose to
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime reacts to stunning Novak Djokovic at Laver Cup

    Felix Auger-Aliassime said he delivered one of the best performances of his career against Novak Djokovic at the Laver Cup.On Sunday, Auger-Aliassime stunned Djokovic 6-3 7-6 (3) at the Laver Cup.Before beating Djokovic, Auger-Aliassime clinched a doubles victory after he and Jack Sock defeated Matteo Berrettini and Andy Murray. Auger-Aliassime, 22, was thrilled after securing his first victory over 21-time Grand Slam champion Djokovic.“Today has been fantastic so far,” Auger-Al
  • Andy Murray: I'm not thinking about retirement

    Andy Murray: I'm not thinking about retirement
    Former world No. 1 Andy Murray has said he is not thinking about retiring from tennis and insisted he is still competitive against top players.
  • Marin Cilic pays very classy, touching tribute to tennis icon Roger Federer

    Marin Cilic described Roger Federer as "the epitome of class" and noted that the game will miss the former 20-time Grand Slam champion. On Friday night in London, Federer's astonishing and legendary career came to an end. After teaming up with Rafael Nadal in his final match, Federer broke down in tears. During his speech, Federer made sure to pay tribute to anyone who contributed in his tennis journey. "Humble in victory, gracious in defeat. Even in the toughest moments, alw
  • Laver Cup: Novak Djokovic loses to Felix Auger-Aliassime in straight sets

    Novak Djokovic scored his first Laver Cup victory on Saturday, playing on a high level to oust Frances Tiafoe in 72 minutes. Novak scored another win for Team Europe in the final match of the day alongside Matteo Berrettini, pushing the blue squad in front ahead of the decisive day. Team World is back on track thanks to Felix Auger-Aliassime. Felix and Jack Sock prevailed over Andy Murray and Matteo Berrettini on Sunday to grab three points for Team World and gain a boost ahead of the remaining
  • Thomas Pieters, a rule case that is debating

    The scene filmed by the cameras of the DP World Tour on Friday on the green of 3 of the Albatros course at the Golf National may make you smile, but the decision of the referees to authorize the Belgian Thomas Pieters to replay his shot is very questionable.Thomas Pieters, puttWe are in the early afternoon and the key part of the day arrives at the green of 3. It is composed of the French number 1, Victor Perez, the Belgian number 1, Thomas Pieters, and the Scotsman Ewen Ferguson.When it was Pie
  • Jim Courier comments on Roger Federer's legacy

    American tennis legend Jim Courier feels Roger Federer's legacy is far more than just his astonishing success.Federer, a 20-time Grand Slam champion, retired from professional this Friday at the Laver Cup.Over the course of his career, Federer was viewed as the ultimate tennis icon and the best of the best tennis ambassadors. Federer elevated the game to a completely new level and helped the game reach new heights and become more popular."His achievements are immense, but it cannot just be
  • Novak Djokovic reacts to destroying Frances Tiafoe in his first match since Wimbledon

    Novak Djokovic was thrilled with the performance he delivered in his first match post-Wimbledon. Djokovic, 35, made his return to competitive action this Saturday at the Laver Cup. Djokovic, who skipped the entire North American hard court swing due to his vaccination status, crushed Frances Tiafoe 6-1 6-3 in his first match in two months. "I hadn’t played for two months, the last match was at Wimbledon in this city, down the road, so I’m really glad to continue the ru
  • Daniil Medvedev pays very beautiful tribute to Roger Federer

    Daniil Medvedev hailed Roger Federer's "amazing career" and wished the Swiss all the best in the next chapter of his life.Federer, 41, ended his career on Friday following his doubles match with Rafael Nadal at the Laver Cup.Federer, who turned pro in 1998, went on to become one of the biggest names not just in tennis history, but in all sports history. Medvedev, who lost each of his three meetings versus Federer, has nothing but great words to say about the Swiss. "Tough to imagine te
  • LeBron James crazy for Roger Federer's farewell: "Damn!"

    Roger Federer greeted the world of tennis in the way he did: uniting practically everyone. Despite the defeat, which was completely circumstantial, the Swiss phenomenon had the great chance of having the O2 Arena in London as a catwalk for retirement and that of all his closest friends, at the same time also his rivals, as a support.After the moving farewell tour on the court, Federer analyzed the situation at the press conference not without further emotions.He said. "After the match point I th
  • Julien Sale, the nice gift for his 25th birthday

    Thanks to a very good endgame, Julien Sale returned his best card of the week on Saturday. The 24-year-old Reunionese decided to go pro at the end of this tournament and is enjoying his last moments under the amateur banner.Julien Sale, birthday72, 69 then 68, Julien Sale continues to improve at the Cazoo Open de France. Alain Alberti's protege had a good end to the game during the moving day with three birdies at 14, 16 and 18 synonymous with a -3 card."Three birdies on the last five holes
  • Cameron Norrie to make 'big push' to qualify for ATP Finals

    British number one Cameron Norrie is set to play five tournaments in the next six weeks in an attempt to qualify for the ATP Finals.
  • Mercedes paints AMG GT yellow to praise Roger Federer

    In London, Roger Federer played his last career match. The Basel tennis player has chosen the Laver Cup to say goodbye to tennis: in his competition and with his teammates alongside him. The last match, in fact, was double with his friend and great rival, Rafael Nadal, who landed in the British capital only for the Swiss retirement.Not only, however, the Spaniard: alongside him, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, the other two historic opponents, together in the Europe team, are also present. To co
  • Roger Federer hilariously reacts to putting the ball through the net at Laver Cup

    Roger Federer pulled off a stunning shot during his final match as he somehow managed to put the ball through the net and into the other side of the court.In the first set of his Laver Cup doubles match with Rafael Nadal, Federer pulled the ball through the net where it meets the post and into the other side of the court. There's a first for everything 👀#LaverCup | @rogerfederer pic.twitter.com/ToNEwy0lId— Laver Cup (@LaverCup) September 23, 2022Moments after pulling off the s
  • Martine and Heather Gilks, golf in the family

    Martine and Heather Gilks played ​​in Turin, during Giovanni Nasi & DiaSorin International.Martine and Heather Gilks, statementsMartine and Heather, mother and daughter, come from the English West Midlands, to be precise their club is Coventry Golf Club. Each of them has a disability: Martine has osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia which cause her chronic pain and fatigue; Heather has cerebral palsy. Both have found in golf the strength to react to illness and improve their quality o
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime shows respect, appreciation for Serena Williams, Roger Federer

    Felix Auger-Aliassime, 21, described Serena Williams and Roger Federer as "icons" and expressed hope to see them involved with tennis even in retirement. Williams, who is turning 41 next week, retired from professional tennis after this year's US Open.On the other side, 41-year-old Federer is playing the final tournament of his career at this weekend's Laver Cup in London. “They have been icons, idols to all of us sitting here,” Auger-Aliassime said of Williams and Federer.
  • Rafael Nadal withdraws from Laver Cup due to 'personal reasons'

    Rafael Nadal withdraws from Laver Cup due to 'personal reasons'
    Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the remainder of the Laver Cup due to personal reasons, after partnering with his longtime rival and friend Roger Federer in doubles to mark the end of Federer's career.
  • Norrie planning final push for ATP Finals spot

    Norrie planning final push for ATP Finals spot
    British number one Cameron Norrie is set to play five tournaments over the next
    six weeks in an attempt to qualify for the ATP Finals.
  • LIV Golf contract, the decision of the judge

    Despite the firm opposition of the LIV leaders, expressed through the lawyer representing the League led by Greg Norman, the judge Beth Labson Freeman ordered that other details be made public.This decision resulted in two documents being made public.The “Player Participation Agreement” signed by Taylot Gooch and the 66-page document containing the rules and regulations of the Tour (Rules and regulations of LIV Golf).These are the (new) highlights that emerged:LIV tournaments are pla
  • Rafael Nadal: 'Injury ruined my chances at two Majors'

    Rafael Nadal was a player to beat at Majors this year. The Spaniard claimed two titles at the Australian Open and Roland Garros to stand on 22 Major crowns and pass Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. Rafa played only two matches after the last year's Roland Garros, ending the season with low confidence and hoping for a better run in 2022. Nadal made a perfect start to the new season, lifting his first Australian Open crown in 13 years following an incredible comeback against Daniil Medvedev in th
  • Ex-Australian Open semifinalist Chung Hyeon to play first tournament in two years

    Former world No. 19 Chung Hyeon is set to return to tennis after being out for two years. Chung, 26, hasn't played since the 2020 French Open. It should be noted that the 2020 French Open wasn't held in its traditional date as it was pushed back for September due to the pandemic.Throughout his career, Chung has battled various injuries and physical setbacks.Chung, who appeared in just six matches in 2020, decided to take a break from tennis after the 2020 US Open to address his injury
  • Surging Samsonova beats Zheng for Tokyo title

    Surging Samsonova beats Zheng for Tokyo title
    Liudmila Samsonova of Russia extended a remarkable summer run by clinching her third title in two months after beating rising Chinese player Zheng Qinwen 7-5, 7-5 at the Toray Pan Pacific Open on Sunday.
  • Henrik Stenson, SGF decided to divorce him

    After his transition to the Arab Super League, the Swedish Golf Federation (SGF) has also decided to break off its cooperation with Henrik Stenson.Henrik Stenson, statements"We believe, given his involvement with LIV, that he can no longer serve as a role model for young Swedish golfers," explained Gunnar Hakansson, SGF general secretary.Not only the Ryder Cup Europe, which relieved him from the position of captain of the Old Continent towards the challenge of 2023 to the USA, now the Swedish fe
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas reacts to protestor setting himself on fire during his match

    Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas admitted that he was left stunned after a climate change protestor set himself on fire during his Laver Cup match. On Friday, Team Europe's Tsitsipas clashed Diego Schwarzman of Team World at the Laver Cup in London.During the changeover at the end of the opener, a protestor made his way onto the court and set his arm on fire. The security poured water on the protestor's arm and later escorted him out of the arena. “It came out of nowhere
  • Hana Bank Open: Ekaterina Alexandrova pips Jelena Ostapenko to win in Seoul

    Second seed Ekaterina Alexandrova got the better of the top-seeded Jelena Ostapenko in the final of the Hana Bank Open on Sunday. Alexandrova won 7-6(4), 6-0 in an hour and 25 minutes to clinch what was her second title in 2022.Ostapenko began the match on an aggressive note as she went up a break and lead 3-1 and then again 5-3, in the first set. However, Alexandrova rallied and brought the set back on serve. En route to winning the opening set in the tie-break, Alexandrova also saved a set poi
  • Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic: "Here's how to relax without tennis"

    Roger Federer announced a few days ago that, in this event, he will say goodbye to tennis. These days the best of world tennis met in London where some European and some Team World tennis players will participate in the Laver Cup, an event that this year will have even greater media coverage.The tennis player greeted fans with a long letter: "To my tennis family and beyond. Of all the gifts that tennis has given me over the years, the greatest is, without a doubt, that it has introduced me to pe
  • Toray Pan Pacific Open: Liudmila Samsonova bests Qinwen Zheng, claims 4th crown

    Liudmila Samsonova’s the winner of the 2022 Toray Pan Pacific Open. Samsonova defeated Qinwen Zheng in Sunday’s final in Tokyo. She needed two hours and six minutes to clinch a 7-5, 7-5 victory.The match featured only two service breaks, both of which came on Zheng’s serve in the 11th game of each set. The only previous time the two had faced each other, Zheng had defeated Samsonova but this time around, the latter didn’t let up in her intensity while facing her teenaged
  • Snooker great Ronnie O'Sullivan pays very beautiful tribute to Roger Federer

    The snooker great Ronnie O'Sullivan congratulated Roger Federer on "an unbelievable career" and admitted that he has been drawing the Swiss from the Swiss during his own career.O'Sullivan, who is widely considered as one of the greatest snooker players, is a big tennis fan. Just like Federer is a true tennis icon, O'Sullivan is also an absolute icon in his sport. "Just want to say congratulations on an unbelievable career," O'Sullivan said in a message to Federer, per Eurosport. "I lov
  • San Diego Open: Dan Evans loses semi-final against Marcos Giron

    Britain's Dan Evans misses out on a place in the San Diego Open final with a 6-3 7-5 defeat by American Marcos Giron.
  • Presidents Cup immediately dominated by US

    It is immediately dominated by the US in the 14th edition of the Presidents Cup. In Charlotte, the United States of Davis Love III, closed the first day of doubles with a 4-1 advantage over Trevor's International Team (excluding European players) Immelman.In North Carolina and on the Quail Hollow Club course, on the first day of foursome challenges, the stars and stripes team got off to a good start. Four successes: Patrick Cantlay / Xander Schauffele dominated (6 & 5 the result) over Adam S
  • Kristina Mladenovic pays very nice tribute to Roger Federer

    Kristina Mladenovic thanked Roger Federer for everything he has done for tennis and admitted that it was an honor and privilege for her to have a chance to play mixed doubles with the Swiss.Federer, 41, decided to end his astonishing tennis career after this week's Laver Cup.In 2015, Mladenovic and Federer played mixed doubles together at the IPTL. "Taking with me these fun & unforgettable memories, thank you Roger," Mladenovic wrote on Instagram. "I will miss watching you play. It was
  • Hurkacz the last to beat Roger Federer: "I hope you'll forgive me"

    On 7 July 2021 Hubert Hurkacz on the Center Court of Wimbledon trims a very clear 6-3 6-3 6-0 to Roger Federer. Fresh from the win against Lorenzo Sonego in the round of 16. No one would have ever imagined that that would be the last singles of the Swiss phenomenon, no one could have ever imagined that there would be another time on the lawns of the Championships.The twenty-time Grand Slam champion will say goodbye to tennis played with a double in the Laver Cup, presumably with Nadal, 

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