• 'In the form in which Roger Federer keeps himself, this is...', says ATP ace

    'In the form in which Roger Federer keeps himself, this is...', says ATP ace
    Roger Federer's recovery proceeds, but does not proceed quickly. The former world number one has canceled himself from the 1000 tournament in Madrid scheduled for next week and will not even play at the Internazionali d'Italia in Rome. The Swiss will take the field in the home tournament in Geneva on May 16 before flying to Paris for Roland Garros. Tournaments on red that must help King Roger find the best form for Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympic Games. But one of his coaches Severin Luthi said
  • Wimbledon 2021: How to watch, schedule, draw, bracket, tennis scores and more

    Wimbledon 2021: How to watch, schedule, draw, bracket, tennis scores and more
    Will Roger Federer win his ninth Wimbledon championship, or will Novak Djokovic keep his 2021 dominance going? Is Serena Williams set to get back on track? We have all the updates from Wimbledon, from the main draw until champions are crowned.
  • Djokovic, Federer could meet in Wimbledon final

    Djokovic, Federer could meet in Wimbledon final
    Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer were placed on opposite sides of the Wimbledon bracket in Friday's draw, meaning they only could meet in the final -- which would be a rematch of their epic 2019 title showdown.
  • BMW International, Andrea Pavan defending

    BMW International, Andrea Pavan defending
    In Munich, Andrea Pavan defends the title he won in 2019 (in 2020 the competition was canceled due to Covid) at the BMW International Open of golf, a tournament of the European Tour scheduled from tomorrow to Sunday (24-27 June). In Germany there will be six blues in the race: with Pavan, 32 years old from Rome with two victories on the top men's continental circuit, in the race Edoardo Molinari - fresh from 35th place at the US Open - Renato Paratore, Francesco Laporta, Nino Bertasio and Lorenz
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  • Wimbledon: the most surprising defeats ever

    Wimbledon: the most surprising defeats ever
    After two years of absence, Wimbledon, the most famous tennis tournament in the world is back, on the lawns of the All England Club, in London. Last year, due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament was forced to be canceled, also thanks to the insurance guarantees stipulated in 2003, which allowed the Church Road board not to lose economically as happened to the other Majors.This year will be the last season in which Middle Sunday will be played, which will be no more from next yea
  • Serena Williams to face Sasnovich in Wimbledon first round

    Serena Williams to face Sasnovich in Wimbledon first round
    Serena Williams will begin her latest quest for a 24th Grand Slam title by meeting the world No 100 Aliaksandra Sasnovich in the first round of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships.
  • 'If Roger Federer feels like he cannot be at the level he wants...', says analyst

    'If Roger Federer feels like he cannot be at the level he wants...', says analyst
    After having played an excellent tournament at Roland Garros, which saw him reach the round of 16 before giving up against Matteo Berrettini, former world number one Roger Federer made his return to Halle, Germany, where he already triumphed ten times. Here, the Swiss beat Ilja Ivashka in three sets before losing to Canadian youngster Félix Auger-Aliassime with a score of 4-6 6-3 6-2. Now, King Roger will have to defend the 2019 Wimbledon final, lost to Novak Djokovic after having two mat
  • Halep withdraws from Wimbledon with injury

    Halep withdraws from Wimbledon with injury
    Defending women's singles champion Simona Halep has pulled out of Wimbledon due to injury, the world No. 3 Romanian said on Friday.
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  • Zhang Zhizhen becomes first Chinese man to qualify for Wimbledon in Open Era

    Zhang Zhizhen becomes first Chinese man to qualify for Wimbledon in Open Era
    Zhang Zhizhen will be the first Chinese man in the Open Era to play in the main draw at Wimbledon next week after the world No. 178 booked his place by defeating Argentine Francisco Cerundolo 6-0 6-3 6-7(4) 7-6(6) in the qualifiers on Thursday.
  • Simona Halep out of Wimbledon with calf injury

    Simona Halep out of Wimbledon with calf injury
    Defending champion Simona Halep is out of Wimbledon. The world no. 2 posted the news of her withdrawing from Wimbledon on Instagram, stating that she’s yet to recover from her calf injury.In her post, Halep said, “It is with great sadness that I’m announcing my withdrawal from The Championships as my calf injury has not fully recovered.”She added, “I gave it everything I had in order to be ready to play Wimbledon and after having such special memories from 2 years a
  • Wildcard Murray draws Basilashvili in Wimbledon opener

    Wildcard Murray draws Basilashvili in Wimbledon opener
    Andy Murray will start his 2021 Wimbledon Championships against the 24th seed Nikoloz Basilashvili, while Jack Draper will make his SW19 debut against the defending champion, Novak Djokovic.
  • Iga Swiatek: "Wimbledon? I don't expect anything from the grass-season"

    Iga Swiatek: "Wimbledon? I don't expect anything from the grass-season"
    After winning the last 11 games played at the Roland Garros without losing a single set, the champion of the 119th edition of the French Open has left Paris to the quarter-finals, in this 2021 edition. Iga Swiatek also had to deal with a problem in her right leg during the last game played at the Roland Garros, but Maria Sakkari was flawless and didn't shiver in the important moments.The Pole player has decided to start the grass-season from Eastbourne, where she will try to adapt to t
  • Defending champion Halep out of Wimbledon with injury

    Defending champion Halep out of Wimbledon with injury
    Defending champion Simona Halep has pulled out of Wimbledon with a calf injury.
  • 'If you look at Rafael Nadal's numbers from 2020 to 2021...', says coach

    'If you look at Rafael Nadal's numbers from 2020 to 2021...', says coach
    There are just a few days left and the 2021 Wimbledon Championship will officially begin, the third Grand Slam of the year which returns to full capacity in the circuit after a year of absence caused by the Pandemic and due to the virus that for over a year and a half has 'brought everyone to their knees' we. Now the season is back on the grass with one of the most prestigious tournaments in the history of this sport and that every tennis player dreams of playing and maybe winning. It was a part
  • Viking International: Camila Giorgi outlasts Aryna Sabalenka to reach SF

    Viking International: Camila Giorgi outlasts Aryna Sabalenka to reach SF
    At the end of the quarter-finals at the Viking International, no seeds are left in the Eastbourne draw.Italy’s Camila Giorgi ousted the last remaining seed, top-seed and the fourth-ranked Aryna Sabalenka in their last-eight clash. Giorgi won 7-6(5), 0-6, 6-4 after two hours and 18 minutes of play. Both players were inconsistent throughout the match though Giorgi managed to hold her nerves and settle her game long enough to pull off an upset.Giorgi, who qualified into the main draw, trailed
  • Dustin Johnson, a chance to return to the top

    Dustin Johnson, a chance to return to the top
    After shining at the US Open, also detaching the pass for the Tokyo Games, Guido Migliozzi and Francesco Molinari will be among the 156 protagonists of the Travelers Championship, the PGA Tour tournament scheduled from tomorrow to Sunday (24-27 June) in Cromwell ( USA). In Connecticut there is great expectation for Migliozzi from Vicenza who, after the surprising 4 / o place in the American Major, has earned the opportunity to play this event and has also entered the Top 100 of the world ranking
  • 'If Roger Federer reached the quarters or semis and stopped...', says legend

    'If Roger Federer reached the quarters or semis and stopped...', says legend
    Roger Federer is struggling harder than expected to return to an acceptable condition, a completely normal process considering the two knee operations the Swiss has undergone in the last year and a half. The former world number 1, who will turn 40 in just over a month, shows up at Wimbledon far from 100% fit. Suffice it to say that the Basel veteran has only played eight matches in 2021, with a balance that is anything but exciting. On the grass of Halle came a bad defeat at the hands of Felix A
  • Wimbledon 2021: Roger Federer trains on the Chruch Road lawns!

    Wimbledon 2021: Roger Federer trains on the Chruch Road lawns!
    After withdrawing before the match with Matteo Berrettini at the Roland Garros 2021 and losing in the round of 16 of the ATP 500 tournament in Halle against an excellent Felix Auger-Aliassime, Roger Federer is ready to come back to compete in the tournament that gave him the greatest satisfactions, Wimbledon.The Swiss champion will in fact participate at the Championships tournament next week and he will try to do his utmost to conquer an extraordinary success for the umpteenth ti
  • Lorenzo Sonego 'really happy' with performance against Alexander Bublik

    Lorenzo Sonego 'really happy' with performance against Alexander Bublik
    Rising Italian star Lorenzo Sonego was extremely happy with the way he performed against Kazakhstan's Alexander Bublik in Eastbourne on Thursday. Sonego, ranked at No. 27 in the world, beat Bublik 6-1 7-5 to reach the Eastbourne semifinal. Sonego claimed two breaks in the first set and faced no break points to easily win the opener. After easily losing the first set, Bublik performed much better in the second set but it wasn't enough. Sonego failed to serve out for the match
  • Daniil Medvedev reacts to making Mallorca semifinal

    Daniil Medvedev reacts to making Mallorca semifinal
    Top-ranked Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev thought it was a "funny match" against Casper Ruud on the grass courts of Mallorca. Medvedev, seeded at No. 1, saw off Ruud 7-5 6-1 to reach the Mallorca semifinal. “I feel like it was a funny match. Maybe [it was] not the highest level, but I’m really happy to win and be in the semi-finals here. I’m looking forward to tomorrow,” Medvedev said in an on-court interview.Medvedev claimed the first break of the match
  • Ryder Cup, deputy captains of Europe Team

    Ryder Cup, deputy captains of Europe Team
    Martin Kaymer and Graeme McDowell join the previously announced Luke Donald and Robert Karlsson as deputy captains of the Europe team at the 2020 Ryder Cup in Wisconsin scheduled for September 24-26 at the Whistling Straits Golf Course. "I am delighted to welcome them to the group as vice captains. Both have written important pages of the Ryder Cup and I am sure they will bring their experience, knowledge and balance to the team." So Padraig Harrington, captain of the Old Continent, wanted to we
  • 'Roger Federer is the example of how difficult is...', says former Top 5

    'Roger Federer is the example of how difficult is...', says former Top 5
    Roger Federer's return in March of this year had sent fans into raptures, but now there is a fairly restless climate about what could happen in the coming weeks. The results of the Swiss phenomenon were not in fact exciting, with a balance of five victories and three defeats since the return. The former world number 1 had given encouraging performances at Roland Garros, passing three rounds and retiring on the eve of the eighth final against Matteo Berrettini. His debut on his beloved grass brou
  • Novak Djokovic: I don't think we expected to reach Mallorca doubles final

    Novak Djokovic: I don't think we expected to reach Mallorca doubles final
    World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has admitted that he and his partner Carlos Gomez-Herrera didn't expect to reach the Mallorca doubles final. Djokovic, who won the French Open two weeks ago, decided against playing singles ahead of Wimbledon. Instead, he decided to play doubles in Mallorca with Gomez-Herrera. On Thursday, Djokovic and Gomez-Herrera beat third-seeded Oliver Marach and Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi 6-3 7-6 (4) to reach the Mallorca final. “I don’t think we expecte
  • Viktor Troicki, 35, ends his career

    Viktor Troicki, 35, ends his career
    Serbian Viktor Troicki has finished his career following a loss at Wimbledon.Troicki, 35, announced that he would be retiring after the grass season. Troicki, who turned professional in 2006, had a successful career which lasted 15 years. Troicki, ranked at No. 196 in the world, achieved a singles career-high ranking of No. 12 in the world in 2011. In singles, Troicki won three ATP titles. Troicki won his maiden ATP title in Moscow in 2010, before he won back-to-back Sydney t
  • ETour tournament, Jsmithers cruises to victory

    ETour tournament, Jsmithers cruises to victory
    American Jsmithers claimed his second consecutive eTour victory at the BMW International Open. The father of five from Dixon, Illinois, real name Joshua Smith, continued his impressive form in the eTour series by defeating Young46 in the final by a 2&1 margin, taking home the $5,000 first prize.Jsmithers, statements“It feels wonderful,” said Jsmithers following his victory in the final. “Last year I was just happy to be here. Travelling to Abu Dhabi was an amazing expe
  • 'I’m uneasy about Roger Federer for the first time', says WTA legend

    'I’m uneasy about Roger Federer for the first time', says WTA legend
    In less than a week, he will kick off the 2021 edition of Wimbledon. The Championships were canceled last year due to the global pandemic, a historic event that was inevitable in an unprecedented situation. There is great anticipation to see Roger Federer at work, who could be at his last performance on Church Road. The Swiss champion will turn 40 on 8 August and his process of returning to the top is proving much more difficult than expected. The 20-time Grand Slam champion does not show up at
  • Wimbledon Loses Another Star as Dominic Thiem Withdraws

    Wimbledon Loses Another Star as Dominic Thiem Withdraws
    The world No. 5 and defending U.S. Open champion is out with a wrist injury and joined Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka, Milos Raonic and David Goffin in missing the men’s singles tournament.
  • Lorenzo Musetti preparing for Wimbledon after taking oral exam

    Lorenzo Musetti preparing for Wimbledon after taking oral exam
    After losing to Novak Djokovic at the French Open, rising Italian star Lorenzo Musetti hit the books as he was preparing for an oral exam that was marking the end of his high school studies. “It was the end of the school period of my life. Now I am free!” Musetti told the ATP website. “It was a big test. It was all the subjects. It was not easy. But I was prepared, and it went well. I don’t know yet the score that I’ll receive, but I will know next week if I pa
  • 'I actually saw Roger Federer show it one time against...', says former No.1

    'I actually saw Roger Federer show it one time against...', says former No.1
    The grass season certainly did not start in the best way for Roger Federer, who left the scene in the second round in Halle. It was even since 2001 that the Swiss champion did not leave the German tournament before the quarter-finals. The defeat at the hands of Felix Auger-Aliassime showed alarming signs less than a week from Wimbledon, which is his great goal of the season together with the Tokyo Olympics. As if that were not enough, the former world number 1 showed up two hours late at the pre
  • Novak Djokovic: 'We played only once together but...'

    Novak Djokovic: 'We played only once together but...'
    The seeds for the men's and women's singles and doubles main draws were announced Wednesday with world No. 1 players Novak Djokovic and Ashleigh Barty leading the singles charts. Djokovic will start the Championship as a defending champion after beating Roger Federer in the 2019 final. The Serbian will seek a sixth trophy at the All England Club and, if successful, will draw with Federer and Rafael Nadal for 20 individual Grand Slam titles in general. Barty, who won her first major at Roland-Gar

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