Tagged with ATP World Tour Finals

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

The ATP World Tour Finals showcased the brilliance of the world’s best singles players. Amidst all of that the doubles proved to be an entertaining showpiece. Look back on the doubles final below. – Nathan Morley

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

With the season-ending Tour Finals in full swing we look back on an exciting match from the same event in 2009. This one is one of the occasions that Federer did NOT reach the final of the year-ending tournament, being beaten by Nikolay Davydenko in the semi-final, with the Russian going on to be crowned … Continue reading

Djokovic triumphs in gruelling Paris final

Djokovic triumphs in gruelling Paris final

Novak Djokovic won his 16th Masters title with a 7-5 7-5 win over David Ferrer in Paris today. Like in yesterday’s semi-final against Roger Federer, Djokovic fell behind to a break in the opening stages. Despite Ferrer taking the early ascendancy it could have gone either way. The tide turned soon after. At 5-4 up, … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

Every so often we are treated to matches of the highest order. This firmly fits into that. There are matches where neither player deserves to lose. I can safely say that this accords with that. In this case, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray, both vying for their first Tour Finals title, battled out an extraordinary … Continue reading

The Season Draws to a Close

The Season Draws to a Close

The ATP World Tour Finals are just around the corner. In fact, they begin next week at London’s O2 Arena. Unfortunately there will be no Andy Murray as he continues his recovery, hopefully in time for the Australian Open in January. However there are plenty of players on show to get excited about as another exuberating … Continue reading

Del Potro Beats Basel

Del Potro Beats Basel

Argentina isn’t the first country that pops into mind when you think of tennis, but in Basel, it just might be the second. Roger Federer is of course the ‘Greatest Of All Time’ in Basel, having won the tournament five times and reached the final on nine occasions. However, four of the last 12 winners … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week: Roger Returns

Classic Match of the Week: Roger Returns

Roger Federer seems to be back into some kind of form after his recent slump, reaching the semi-finals at what is probably considered the most important tournament to him – the Basel Open. He holds many records at the tournament, including: Most singles titles: 5 (2006, 07, 08, 10, 11) Most consecutive singles finals: 3 … Continue reading