Tagged with ATP World Tour

Late season glimmers show Fed has still got it

Late season glimmers show Fed has still got it

Roger Federer has experienced a somewhat turbulent year and one he’ll be looking to forget in a hurry. To illustrate that, it was the first time since 2002 that he finished outside the top 3. Tournament exits to lower-ranked players showed he was struggling. The US Open saw the 32-year-old defeated in straight sets by … 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

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

Last night Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic serves up a superb match that had it all – so much so that we’ve decided it warrants being this week’s classic. Sit back and enjoy some quality tennis below. In the end, Rafa emerged as the winner with a 6-4 3-6 7-6 but the match wasn’t without … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

The Montreal Masters is approaching so here is Andy Murray’s first final and title at the event, an exciting encounter with Argentinian Juan Martin del Potro. Hopefully Murray can get off to a good start ahead of his US Open title defence. You can read a preview of this year’s Montreal Masters by clicking here. … Continue reading

Montreal Masters Preview

Montreal Masters Preview

It seems quite a while ago now that Andy Murray lifted the Wimbledon title, nearly one month ago. Since then we’ve awaited for a big tennis event to return to provide us with all the thrills and excitement that they offer, the US Open returns later this month but before that there are two Masters events … Continue reading

The Tennis World on Twitter

The Tennis World on Twitter

In this day and age, almost everybody uses the web. Twitter is at the heart of the web for many people, with tennis players being no exception. Here I take a look at who is the most followed of the players that use the site and a couple of interesting stories involving the site. Below … Continue reading

Magnifique Monfils

Magnifique Monfils

France’s Gael Monfils is surely tennis’s top entertainer. Despite losing 6-7  6-3 6-3 to home favourite Tommy Haas in the quarter-finals in Halle, the 26-year-old produced a shot that most, if not all, tennis players wouldn’t even dream of playing – take a look below. Okay he lost the point but he gave us some … Continue reading