We last saw him on the court in Basel when he lost to Borna Coric. It came as a shocker for tennis fans. Rafael Nadal has not had a great year for more reasons than one. He is recovering after undergoing appendicitis operation earlier this month. The World No.3 is all set to make a come back at the Qatar Open in Doha in January next year. We explore 5 reasons why the Spaniard will make a strong come back next year.
Saving match points and winning has become a habit for him It might have been sort of an anti-climax for Roger Federer as he had to withdraw from the ATP World Tour Finals against Novak Djokovic, but it has surely been a brilliant comeback for Roger in 2014 after his dismayed performance in 2013. Federer won 5 titles this year including two ATP 1000 Masters Series titles and was runner-up at 6 other tournaments including the Wimbledon where
Novak Djokovic has been in incredible form on indoor hard courts Impressive winning streak Novak Djokovic achieved a three-peat at the ATP World Tour finals this Sunday, becoming only the second man to do so after Ivan Lendl. There’s an air of invincibility when the Serb takes to an indoor court. He is on a 31 match winning streak which dates back to 2012. It is difficult to attribute a particular reason why the World No.1 has not be
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
Novak Djokovic with the title The ATP tour finals finished on a slightly disappointing note on Sunday with World no. 1 Novak Djokovic receiving a walk-over after his opponent Roger Federer couldn’t participate because of a back injury that he seemed to picked up during his semifinal clash against Stan Wawrinka and withdrew, just under an hour before the final was supposed to begin. This was Djokovic’s fourth ATP tour finals
The O2 Arena at night It was quite a shock for supporters who were entering the O2 Arena to watch the ATP World Tour Finals as they had their food and drinks confiscated by the security while entering the arena. The organisers have claimed to do so because of the UK’s raised terror threats over the months. In August, the UK's terror threat level was raised from "substantial" to "severe" in response to c
The Bryan brothers receiving the award for a record 10th time World no. 1 doubles pair Bob and Mike Bryan received two awards at the O2 Arena on Thursday – The ATP World Tour No. 1 Doubles Team presented by Emirates and the ATPWorldTour.com Fans’ Favourite presented by Moët & Chandon – each for a record 10th time. In 2014, the duo won the US Open title and also won 6 ATP Masters 1000 Titles at – Indian
Djokovic secures the year ending world no. 1 spot Novak Djokovic secured the year ending World No. 1 ranking with an easy straight sets win over Tomas Berdych. The Serb won his last encounter of the group 6-2, 6-2 to enter the semi-finals of the ATP World Tour Finals. Djokovic was on song throughout the game. He secured a double break in the first and second set as he toyed around with Berdych. After finishing top of the group, Djokov