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Djokovic, Federer, Murray and Wawrinka: 2015 in review
Djokovic, Federer, Murray and Wawrinka: 2015 in review

The Big 4 of 2015 With the extravagant and star studded International Premier Tennis League currently underway, it is time to take a look at how the men’s tennis season went by. The 2015 ATP season was essentially dominated by Novak Djokovic, who held on to his No. 1 ranking and Swiss GOAT Roger Federer made history by becoming, at 34, the oldest player to finish in the Top 3. It was a year which saw Great Britain win the Davis Cup

Dec 10 2015
Inconsistency is Roger Federer's greatest enemy in his twilight years
Inconsistency is Roger Federer's greatest enemy in his twilight years

Federer’s shocking exit has brought forth inescapable questions On a balmy evening in Shanghai, Roger Federer was waving his fans an early adieu as he walked away vanquished from the Olympic stadium. The world No.3 was plagued by an enemy within – strangled by the curse of inconsistency that is beginning to take hold of the great man’s citadel. As shocked as they were at his untimely 6-7(4), 6-2, 3-6 depart

Oct 16 2015
10 things you need to know about the rising star Hyeon Chung
10 things you need to know about the rising star Hyeon Chung

Hyeon Chung : The Tennis Geek  The past couple of years has seen many rising stars on the ATP circuit. The good news is that a lot of them are making their way to the top of the rankings and are not turning out to be one match wonders. The young brigade, a lot of them still teens, is made up of Nick Kyrgios, Thanasi Kokkinakis, Borna Coric, Alexander Zverev and Andrey Rublev. Kyrgios earned his moment of fame when he beat Rafael Nadal

May 15 2015
Will Andy Murray finally break his claycourt jinx?
Will Andy Murray finally break his claycourt jinx?

Andy Murray will be keen on improving his clay court record this season Andy Murray is often criticized for his below average performance on clay; he has failed to reach even a single claycourt tournament final, let alone win one. Overall though, Murray has reached as many as 47 ATP finals. The King of Clay Rafael Nadal has had a dismal season till now and is yet to beat a top 10 player this year. With Rafa struggl

Apr 14 2015
Is Novak Djokovic poised to win the Monte Carlo Masters again this year?
Is Novak Djokovic poised to win the Monte Carlo Masters again this year?

Novak Djokovic is the favorite in Monte Carlo The tennis parlays are buzzing about the dismal form displayed by Rafael Nadal as we embark upon the clay season with the start of the Monte Carlo Masters. The expectations will not be too high on the shoulders of the Mallorcan, who has himself downplayed his form saying that he doesn’t expect to perform at Monte Carlo the way he has been performing at the tournament over th

Biggest tennis upsets of 2014
Biggest tennis upsets of 2014

In every sport, whether it is cricket, football, hockey, or even tennis, there are times when we see the underdog team or player beat the favourite and come out on top, despite the odds being completely stacked against them.  Upsets are a part of the game. It just goes to show that every player playing the sport is human. There are times when a player might have gone a year unbeaten, but gets beaten after that by a very low ranked play

Dec 25 2014
2014 ATP Tour year-in review
2014 ATP Tour year-in review

2014 has been an action packed year   2014 was surely a memorable year for tennis. There were a lot of records broken, new players bursting onto the scene, sensational comebacks made and a lot more.  Here is the review of the winners and runners up of the  Grand Slams, ATP Masters 1000 Series, ATP 500 Tournaments and the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Grand Slams Date City Tournament Winn

Nov 17 2014
Roger Federer's resurgent 2014 season to culminate in race for No. 1 ranking
Roger Federer's resurgent 2014 season to culminate in race for No. 1 ranking

Roger Federer Race to the top heats up This month, the word “Swiss” has been in the news for all the wrong reasons except for one – the resurgence of the Swiss maestro. The fact that this season hasn’t been one of Federer’s best is obvious; with just five singles titles so far and no majors to show, it's not quite been a “Federer” kind of year. His five final defe

Oct 30 2014
Federer-Djokovic fight for No. 1 spot highlights exciting end to 2014 ATP season
Federer-Djokovic fight for No. 1 spot highlights exciting end to 2014 ATP season

Federer and Djokovic Roger Federer’s resurgence It is hard to believe that Roger Federer is in contention for the No. 1 spot. He was down and out for the major part of the last year and dropped to No. 8 in the rankings this January – his lowest in more than a decade. Yet, we are here, analyzing scenarios that could possibly lead the Swiss to his sixth year-end No. 1 ranking. After his successful run at Shan

Oct 29 2014
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