• Paula Creamer returns after eighteen months

    Paula Creamer returns after eighteen months
    The return of Paula Creamer. The "pink panther" of women's golf, away from the green since October 2019, is preparing to return to the field. The 34-year-old American, who does not play a tournament from the 2019 BMW Ladies Championship, will be at the starting line of the Pure Silk Championship, an event of the LPGA Tour scheduled from May 20 to 23 in Williamsburg, a city in Virginia (United States). But the news is that the Californian, who boasts 10 successes on the top American women's
  • To be a working mom in sports

    To be a working mom in sports
    Adia Barnes, Kerri Walsh Jennings and Candace Parker are superstars in their sports. They're working moms and facing the same misconceptions and challenges as mothers all over the world and are facing it with strength, vulnerability and grace.
  • Rafael Nadal embraces worst clay-court Masters 1000 streak in a career

    Rafael Nadal embraces worst clay-court Masters 1000 streak in a career
    Rafael Nadal has played 48 Masters 1000 tournaments on clay in a career, delivering incredible performance and turning almost 200 victories into jaw-dropping 25 titles! Nadal made the Masters 1000 debut in Monte Carlo 2003 as a qualifier, scoring two wins at 16 and repeating that a month later in Hamburg to present his full talent and abilities on the slowest surface. The Spaniard had to skip the clay swing in 2004 following an injury in Estoril, playing his third clay-court Masters 1000 tournam
  • Rafael Nadal: 'I would give my Roland Garros title to erase terrible 2020'

    Rafael Nadal: 'I would give my Roland Garros title to erase terrible 2020'
    Rafael Nadal played only seven tournaments in 2021, scoring 27 victories and lifting two titles. Like many other players, the Spaniard struggled during the pandemic, staying at home in Mallorca between March and September and skipping the US Open. Rafa claimed the title in Acapulco at the end of February and hadn't competed until September. Starting all over, Rafa lost in the Rome quarter-final before raising his level at Roland Garros to claim the 20th Major title without losing a set! That tro
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  • Rickie Fowler, revelation about Tiger Woods

    Rickie Fowler, revelation about Tiger Woods
    Rickie Fowler revealed that he and Tiger Woods watched parts of The Masters together as both players missed out on this year's iconic major, where Hideki Matsuyama made history.Rickie Fowler, statements“Between that and the British Open, those are two tournaments that I love to watch. Typically I’m in them and I’m watching either the morning or afternoon wave when I’m not playing, so it was a little difference in that sense, being at home. It was fun to be able to do that
  • 'Maybe Roger Federer doesn't know what next year brings', says former No. 1

    'Maybe Roger Federer doesn't know what next year brings', says former No. 1
    For the second time in his career, Spanish superstar Rafael Nadal won the Laureus World Sports Award for Athlete of the Year. It is the second Laureus honor for Nadal and the first in ten years as he becomes the third player with multiple awards after Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, who are in nine combined. Nadal won the award against Joshua Cheptegei, Armand Duplantis, Lewis Hamilton, LeBron James and Robert Lewandowski, mainly thanks to his 13th Roland Garros crown and 20th Major that put h
  • Rafael Nadal aims to win Rome Masters ahead of French Open

    Rafael Nadal aims to win Rome Masters ahead of French Open
    Spain's Rafael Nadal has admitted that he hopes to win the Rome Masters ahead of the French Open.On Friday, Nadal suffered a 6-4 6-4 loss to Alexander Zverev in the Madrid Masters quarterfinal. Previously this clay season, Nadal was beaten in the Monte Carlo Masters quarterfinal but then he won the Barcelona Open. “Where the clay season stands is very simple: quarters, champion and quarters. And now comes Rome,” Nadal assessed, per the ATP website. “That's all th
  • ATP Madrid 2021 semifinals HIGHLIGHTS

    ATP Madrid 2021 semifinals HIGHLIGHTS
    After Fabio Fognini, Federico Delbonis and Christian Garin, Italian Matteo Berrettini, already sure of the ninth position in the ranking - also beats Casper Ruud to reach the 2021 Mutua Madrid Open final.Thanks to an impeccable performance with the available serve, Matteo won 6-4 6-4 on the threshold of two hours of play and reaches Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem's executioner. The Austrian is not enough for this Alexander Zverev.This, simplistically, is the reason for the 6-4 6-3 which matures
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  • Rafael Nadal: 'Roger Federer is my great friend and rival, it's amazing to match him'

    Rafael Nadal: 'Roger Federer is my great friend and rival, it's amazing to match him'
    For the second time in his career, the Spanish star Rafael Nadal earned the Laureus World Sports Award for Sportsman of the Year! It is Nadal's first Laureus award in ten years, becoming the third tennis player with multiple awards after Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, who have won nine combined. Nadal earned the award in front of Joshua Cheptegei, Armand Duplantis, Lewis Hamilton, LeBron James and Robert Lewandowski thanks to his 13th Roland Garros crown and the 20th Major, matching Roger Fed
  • WTA Madrid 2021: Sabalenka vs Barty's HIGHLIGHTS

    Aryna Sabalenka won the Mutua Madrid Open 2021 by beating Ashleigh Barty in three sets, with the final score of 6-0 3-6 6-4. She dominates the first set, she goes out in the heart of the second and restores the advantage in the final rush.So Aryna breaks down Ashleigh's stamina, as she didn't lose a Charleston match. Among other things, she also avenged the misstep in the final in Stuttgart a few weeks ago. The Belarusian tennis player won after almost two hours of play and enriches her career t
  • Mutua Madrid Open: Aryna Sabalenka beats Ashleigh Barty; claims career title no. 10

    Mutua Madrid Open: Aryna Sabalenka beats Ashleigh Barty; claims career title no. 10
    Aryna Sabalenka pipped Ashleigh Barty in the final of the Mutua Madrid Open on Saturday. The Belarusian won a topsy-turvy encounter 6-0, 3-6, 6-4 to avenge her defeat to the Australian in the final of the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart, a couple of weeks ago.While Barty had no answers to give in the opening set, the second set saw the world no. 1 adjust her game and extend the match to the decider. However, in the third set, Sabalenka recovered her poise and her game to put a halt to Barty&rsqu
  • Jon Rahm, the end of the streak after 22 cuts

    Jon Rahm, the end of the streak after 22 cuts
    In Charlotte (USA) the Wells Fargo Championship, a tournament of the PGA Tour, has reserved the first verdicts between surprises and excellent eliminations. In North Carolina, with a total of 136 (-6) strokes, the British Matt Wallace and the Americans Gary Woodland and Patrick Rodgers lead the leaderboard. Third elimination in the last four tournaments played for Francesco Molinari, who returned to the race one month after his 52nd place at The Masters. The Turin player, with an overall score o
  • Novak Djokovic realizes: 'If I want to have a chance against Roger Federer..'

    Novak Djokovic realizes: 'If I want to have a chance against Roger Federer..'
    The 19-year-old Novak Djokovic was one of the players to beat at the beginning of 2007, winning the title in Auckland and hoping to extend the winning streak at the Australian Open. In Melbourne, Novak stormed over Nicolas Massu in the first round, dropping just two games for the most reliable start and beating Feliciano Lopez in the second round in straight sets, despite having some problems in set number two. In the battle for the place in the last 16, Novak took down Danai Udomchoke 6-3, 6-4,
  • Roger Federer: 'It was a big match considering my year-end no. 1 chances'

    Roger Federer: 'It was a big match considering my year-end no. 1 chances'
    Roger Federer won his first Major crown at Wimbledon 2003, taking another big step towards the ATP throne. The Swiss could have become world no. 1 in Montreal, Cincinnati and the US Open, missing those chances and starting all over during the indoor fall season. Roger won the Vienna title and entered the Madrid Masters 1000 event a week later, seeking another deep run and more points on his tally in the year-end no. 1 battle with Andy Roddick and Juan Carlos Ferrero. The Swiss took down Alex Cor
  • 'We don't have that info about Roger Federer', says former No. 1

    'We don't have that info about Roger Federer', says former No. 1
    For the second time in his career, Rafael Nadal won the Laureus World Sports Award for Athlete of the Year. It is Nadal's second Laureus honor and the first in ten years, becoming the third multi-award winning tennis player after Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. Nadal won the title ahead of Joshua Cheptegei, Armand Duplantis, Lewis Hamilton, LeBron James and Robert Lewandowski, mainly thanks to his thirteenth Roland Garros crown and twentieth Major that put him on the same level as Roger Federe
  • Dominic Thiem on John Isner's serve: Like goalkeeper facing penalty

    Dominic Thiem on John Isner's serve: Like goalkeeper facing penalty
    Austrian Dominic Thiem acknowledged the great serve of John Isner after their clash at the Madrid Masters.Thiem, seeded at No. 3, recovered from a set down to beat Isner 3-6 6-3 6-4 in the Madrid Masters quarterfinal. “I think it's comparable to a goalkeeper [facing] a penalty. If he places it well, if it has the right speed, there's just no time to react," Thiem said of Isner's serve. “You either have to guess or hope that he's missing the first serve. It's just pure luck
  • Dominic Thiem aims to play less tournaments but win more matches

    Dominic Thiem aims to play less tournaments but win more matches
    Austrian tennis star Dominic Thiem now hopes to play less tournaments but win more matches so that helps him to keep a good form. Thiem, ranked at No. 4 in the word, has played only a total of four tournaments this year. After a two-month absence, Thiem returned to the court this week at the Madrid Masters. "Yeah, I plan to play less tournaments. I hope that I still play a lot of matches, no? If I play less tournaments, but play well there, it still means a lot of matches," Thiem
  • Lee Westwood won Seve Ballesteros Award

    Lee Westwood won Seve Ballesteros Award
    The "Seve Ballesteros Award" goes to Lee Westwood as the best golfer of the European Tour 2020. New recognition for the British, voted by fellow players of the top continental circuit as the "best player" of 2020. Already winner of the Race to Dubai (the order of merit of the European Tour), the 48-year-old from Worksop is celebrated on the day of the tenth anniversary of the death of Severiano Ballesteros, a legend of world golf who died on May 7, 2011, at the age of 54. years, after a long ill
  • Roger Federer's memorabilia up for auction for his foundation

    Roger Federer's memorabilia up for auction for his foundation
    Roger Federer has decided to sell some memorabilia at auction for his foundation: the money raised will in fact be used for the projects of the Roger Federer Foundation, an organization founded in 2003 that supports educational projects in various countries of southern Africa.20 memorabilia will be auctioned by Christie's, in London starting June 23, and exclusively online. But what are the memorabilia that Roger will be auctioning for charity?The autographed shoes worn during the 2005 Wimbledon
  • Rafael Nadal hopes Zinedine Zidane remains Real Madrid coach

    Rafael Nadal hopes Zinedine Zidane remains Real Madrid coach
    Former world No. 1 Rafael Nadal praised rising Australian star Alexei Popyrin after their clash at the Madrid Masters.Nadal, now ranked at No. 2 in the world, handed a 6-3 6-3 loss to Popyrin."Well, his power on the shots is amazing, yeah. I mean, if he is able to control little bit the mistakes, then going to be very difficult to beat him, no? He has an amazing serve and amazing shots from everywhere, yeah," Nadal said of Popyrin."Let's see what's going on in the future. If he is able to w
  • Zverev Gets Revenge On Thiem, Will Face Berrettini For Madrid Masters Title

    There will be a fifth different champion in the last five Masters events.
  • Alexander Zverev speaks on his rivalry with Dominic Thiem

    Alexander Zverev speaks on his rivalry with Dominic Thiem
    German tennis star Alexander Zverev beat Dominic Thiem to make the Madrid Masters final as he hopes he and the Austrian will play many more big matches. Zverev, ranked at No. 6 in the world, handed a 6-3 6-4 loss to Thiem to make his second Madrid Masters final. Zverev now has three wins eight losses against Thiem. “We have had some fantastic matches. We have played the biggest matches in the world. We have played Masters 1000 finals, we have played Grand Slam finals and [th
  • ATP Madrid: Matteo Berrettini overpowers Casper Ruud for first Masters 1000 final

    ATP Madrid: Matteo Berrettini overpowers Casper Ruud for first Masters 1000 final
    Struggling with injuries, Matteo Berrettini couldn't make progress through the ATP ranking list in 2020, working hard on a comeback and playing on a high level so far in 2021. The Italian has won 16 out of 19 matches this year, including four Caja Magica triumphs that propelled him into the first Masters 1000 final! In Miami, Jannik Sinner played in the first Masters 1000 final, with another Italian following his path at the Madrid Open thanks to a 6-4, 6-4 win over the Norwegian Casper Ruud in
  • Adri Arnaus overtakes and leads in Tenerife

    Adri Arnaus overtakes and leads in Tenerife
    In Tenerife Adri Arnaus with the second consecutive set closed in 64 (-7) out of a total of 128 (64 64, -14) strokes, in the middle of the race he flies to the top of the Canary Islands Championship, a tournament of the European Tour. course of the Golf Costa Adeje (par 71) the Spaniard is closely followed by the South African Garrick Higgo, 2 / o with 129 (-13). He slipped to 3rd position - alongside Scots Calum Hill, Connor Syme and Richie Ramsay, 36 "hole" for him without errors - with 130 (6
  • 'Roger Federer's been really pragmatic about what...', says former ATP ace

    'Roger Federer's been really pragmatic about what...', says former ATP ace
    Roger Federer will turn 40 in August and is in a race against time to clinch one last major before hanging up his racquet. The Swiss phenomenon has targeted Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics, with the possibility of winning that gold medal in singles that has always eluded him to this day. To reach 100% condition, the former world number 1 will take part in two tournaments on red, namely the Geneva Open and Roland Garros. The 39-year-old from Basel's last participation in the Parisian Grand Slam
  • Aryna Sabalenka seals No. 1 Ashleigh Barty to capture Madrid crown

    Aryna Sabalenka seals No. 1 Ashleigh Barty to capture Madrid crown
    Aryna Sabalenka had been here before. Twice over the last two months, in Miami and Stuttgart, she had pushed world No. 1 Ashleigh Barty to a third set, only to lose it 6-3. Now, in the Mutua Madrid Open final on Saturday, she was facing Barty again, and she appeared to be heading toward a third defeat by the same final-set scoreline.This time, Sabalenka had charged out of the gate against Barty, dominated the early rallies, and blitzed through the first set, 6-0, in 25 minutes. Again, thoug
  • Matteo Berrettini: I'm looking forward to Alexander Zverev clash

    Matteo Berrettini: I'm looking forward to Alexander Zverev clash
    Italian tennis star Matteo Berrettini couldn't hide his happiness after making the final at the Madrid Masters.Berrettini, ranked at No. 10 in the world, handed a 6-4 6-4 loss to top-ranked Norwegian tennis player Casper Ruud in the Madrid Masters semifinal. Not a single break point was seen until the ninth game of the first set, when Berrettini realized his first break point to take a 5-4 lead before serving out for the opener a game later. Berrettini converted his second break point
  • Sabalenka Stops Barty Party For Madrid Masters Trophy, First Clay Title

    Aryna Sabalenka won her biggest career WTA title Saturday in Madrid.
  • Young Novak Djokovic: 'I hope to solve breathing problems as soon as possible'

    Young Novak Djokovic: 'I hope to solve breathing problems as soon as possible'
    Novak Djokovic made significant progress in 2005, gaining over 100 places on the ATP list to finish the year in the top-80. The young Serb made a debut at Majors at the Australian Open and reached the third round at Wimbledon to find himself in the top-100, repeating the same result at the US Open in September. In his first match in New York, Novak needed almost four hours to dismiss another talented youngster Gael Monfils 7-5 in the deciding set after losing the fourth 6-0, finding extra energy
  • Rafael Nadal enjoys a day off at his paradise island after tough Madrid loss

    Rafael Nadal enjoys a day off at his paradise island after tough Madrid loss
    Like in Rome last year and Monte Carlo this April, the king of clay Rafael Nadal suffered an early loss at the Masters 1000 event in Madrid, falling to Alexander Zverev in the quarter-final. Thus, Nadal stayed empty-handed for the third straight year in front of the home fans in Caja Magica, never finding the rhythm and allowing the opponent to control the scoreboard and sail over the finish line in an hour and 44 minutes. Leaving the capital as soon after the press conference, Nadal went home t

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