The Spaniard seeking its seventh title in Paris at the number one in the world. Today is the fourth meeting this year between the existing one and two of the world.
The Australian Open starting on Monday is dominated by the question if Rafael Nadal will be able to finalise an (irregular) Grand Slam and win the fourth Grand Slam title in a row to do so.
Tennis is one of the most competitive and physically demanding sports in the world. This means to be any good at the sport one must be very athletically primed, and know the game inside out. Not many tennis players have ever had a true combination of the two, yet alone become the world’s best. But a few have, and so here is my top ten list of the greatest men’s tennis players of all time!….
This article is about the tennis domination of Australia in the 1960s.
Considered not as dominate world tennis for years.
Greatness Over Grit Wins 2009 Wimbledon Title for Federer and Record Setting 15th Slam Singles Title
Wimbledon Men’s final – a classic!
An armchair view, by a tennis fan.
Thoughts on the game and British tennis from an Australian ex-tennis professional from a bye-gone and great era of the game.
A summary compiled on the interview given by Roger Federer on Swiss Television on June 14, 2009. Roger Federer comments on Paris, on the season so far, on press, on marriage and parenthood, and his expectations for Wimbledon and the future.