Tennis

Watch Out Wimbledon, Serena’s Back!

The thirteen times Grand Slam champ made a statement on the evening of Monday, June 6, that she is definite to have a comeback as early as the following week at the grass courts of AEGON International Tournament. Also known as a tune-up game for the upcoming Wimbledon, the tournament will be held from June […]

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Women’s Tennis Players to Watch

As Grand Slam season heats up, tennis fans are wondering if there are any up-and-coming players to watch out for. We’re all familiar with the Serenas, Venuses, Clisterses, and Sharapovas, and there’s a good chance that the winners of the upcoming tournaments will come from this small pool of proven champs, but we never known […]

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Tennis Enjoys a Round of Lady Gaga in Bethanie Mattek-Sands

In a news conference in Paris on Wednesday, Bethanie Mattek-Sands admitted that pop star Lady Gaga was her style inspiration, following her becoming the first American female, with the exception of the Williams sisters, to secure a spot at the third round of the French Open after 5 years. Holding the 34th spot in the […]

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2011 Wimbledon to Go on without the Williams Sisters

All Oracene Price could do was to walk away from Centre Court and shake her head after seeing one daughter after the other lose at Wimbledon. Price is Venus and Serena Williams’ mom and coach on occasions. The irrefutably great Serena Williams is Wimbledon’s defending champion, but it is easy to understand how hard it […]

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How Many More Wins Do the Williams Sisters Have in Them?

For the past decade, many tennis fans have had a sort of love-hate relationship with the formidable Williams sisters, Venus and Serena. Between them they have won victories in 19 of 45 Grand Slam singles tournaments since 1999, and there have only been two years since then without a Williams win in one of the […]

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Rafael Nadal ties with Bjorn Borg by winning French Open

Bjorn Borg’s missed the opportunity of handing the Coupe des Mousquetaires over to his successor by not making it to Roland Garros on Sunday. Borg holds the record by winning six French Open singles titles thirty years ago. During that time, fans have believed the impossibility of any other baseliner to prop up that can […]

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Importance Of The Tennis Mental Game

Tennis has been a mental game for those who love to play it with a passion and full dedication. To play the game with much ease the player must use some basic principles for perfection in the shots. It has been a fair game and is popular in each and every corner of the globe. […]

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What Makes Roger Federer So Good?

Since coming to the forefront of Men’s tennis in the early 2000s, Roger Federer has received widespread acclaim as one of the greatest players of all time—if not the greatest. Debates about his greatness seem to crop up on a regular basis. Some argue that while he is undoubtedly very good, it’s just too early […]

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Venus Williams Exits with Illness

When Venus Williams left the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center this past Wednesday, spectators noted her downcast eyes. She had recently been diagnosed with Sjogren’s Syndrome, a disease of the autoimmune system that causes joint pain and fatigue. Williams had missed the hardcourt season for a viral illness. She was coming off of a […]

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Rafael Nadal shows weakness post-game

Following an impressive victory over David Nalbandian at the U.S. Open, Rafael Nadal shows tremendous weakness at the post-game news conference. While answering interview questions in Spanish postmatch, Nadal’s face suddenly contorted in pain. The audience watched as his head tilted back and he put his arm over his face, then slid down under the […]

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