June 29, 2018 // 0 Comments

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    Tennis legend Li Na is backing WTA star Serena Williams to make a return to the game after recovering from the birth of her first child. The American is seeking a quick return to the game in January and there are fears that the recovery time is too short.

    The 36-year old won the Australian Open in January 2017 despite being pregnant. She took the year off but she is planning a quickfire return for the same event in 2018. She gave birth to her daughter: Alexis Olympian Ohanian Jr. on September 1, meaning she would take less than five months to make a return to the physically demanding sport.
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    October 29, 2017 // 0 Comments

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    Novak Djokovic stunned to earn the tag: Highest Paid Tennis Player of All-Time.

    He defeated the popular face and expected name: Roger Federer in overall earnings, according to reports. The 12-time Majors champ pales less compared to Federer’s 19. However, the Serbian has earned $109.8 million in on-court earnings, narrowly piping Federer who has earned $107.8 million.RafaNadal’s 16 Grand Slam helps in place third on the standings with $86.2 million.

    The disparity in male and female tennis sees Serena Williams, with 23 Grand Slams, places fourth with $84.4 million while Andy Murray makes the top five with $60.8 million. And then the disparity widens; considerably too.

    Tennis legend Pete Sampras’ earnings help him take the sixth spot with $43.2 million, Venus Williams has earned $37.9 million, WTA topshot Maria Sharapova has earned $36.5 million, Andre Agassi, who is now coaching Djokovic, is ninth with $31.1 million while David Ferrer earned $30.6 million. Read the rest of this entry »


    May 16, 2017 // 0 Comments

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    The world is still angry that WTA star Maria Sharapova is back to the world of tennis after her doping scandal.

    She returned to the game hours after her suspension was lifted. She had to go to the Court of Arbitration (CAS) to get her suspension cut from 24 months to 15. Her PR team has been working hard to paint the whole issue as a big misunderstanding and she a victim.

    Her competitors are not excited at her return, and they have not been quiet about it. They are saying as an athlete she is responsible for her body and all that goes into it, arguing that her ignorance of the new doping rules does not count.

    Many argue that granting her wild cards at tournament without any ranking and considering the situation, it is bad precedence. Sharapova has been making headlines from when she was a teenager and it would not stop now. And it seems the controversy is just convenient for the WTA.

    Sharapova started very strong, and she has so far pulled five Grand Slams. She is now the regular case of a sweetheart turned villain with the scandal. Her appeal, return and wild card has been headlines. Read the rest of this entry »


    March 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

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    British tennis star and world number one Sir Andy Murray is the favourite to lift the Indian Wells tournament – the biggest non-major event in the ATP.

    All the biggest stars are expected to line up for the event – the first in the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 of the year.

    The new generation of talented players in Nick Kyrgios and Dominic Thiem would be facing off with usual veterans Murray, Novak Djokovic, Rafa Nadal, 2017 Australian Open winner Roger Federer and others.

    American Sam Querrey – who just won the Mexico Open and moved from no. 40 to no. 26 in the rankings – would be going into the tournament with great confidence. Federer would be hoping to find his form again after a second round loss in the Dubai Duty Free Championships against Evgeny Donskoy ranked outside the top 100.

    2017 started slow for Murray but after his Dubai victory, he is expected to build on it. He defeated Fernando Verdasco 6-3, 6-2 to clinch the title. He is the top seed for the event and a clear favourite. Read the rest of this entry »


    December 15, 2016 // 0 Comments

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    Stanislas Wawarinka endured a horrible outing at the on-going 2016 Paris Masters.

    He lost the opening match to German-born Jan Lennard Struff 3-6, 7-6 (6), 7-6 (1). In a match the Swiss started strongly, he lost his composure after being forced into a second-set tie-break. The German won a decisive tiebreak after he broke in the seventh game of the third set and Wawrinka broke back.

    In another game, Andy Murray seeing off Fernando Verdasco 6-3, 6-7 (5), 7-5 was more herculean task-like than it should have been given the gap between them in ATP world ranking. Andy’s perpetual struggles at the Paris Masters arewell documented though and the Scot needed 90 minutes to see off Verdasco.

    Murray has been paired with 13th seed Frenchman Lucas Pouille for the round 16 game on Thursday. Both have met twice in 2016 at Rome’s open clay court and Shanghai Masters hard court in May and October respectively. Read the rest of this entry »

  • Nick Kyrgios can Level any Top Player

    August 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

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    If someone from Australia can level up with Lleyton Hewitt in terms of name and fame in the game of Tennis, it’s Nick Kyrgios.

    The youngster doesn’t have a major yet, but, the talent is incredible and the glimpses suggest he can deliver a number of majors moving forward. However, he is not everyone’s favourite as he doesn’t have any control over his anger and he lets out unacceptable words even when he is in public view.

    But, Hewitt reckons every player has a certain personality and Nick Kyrgios also has one which he should not look to alter. He must remain as he is as fans want to see intense characters like him.

    The Wimbledon pre quarter final face-off is coming up for Kyrgios and he will have Andy Murray on the other side of the court, the player whom he has lost to three times back to back in the majors.

    However, the brattish Aussie had denied Murray a straight set win the last time he had met him in the American Open and he is taking confidence from that.

    When that New York match was mentioned and Kyrgios was asked if he can see it as a positive, stretching his Scottish opponent to four sets which he’d failed to do in the other slam matches against him, he said, “Definitely. It’s a positive.” Read the rest of this entry »

  • Nick Kyrgios is not offended at all by what John McEnroe has said

    December 22, 2015 // 0 Comments

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    Nick Kyrgios is not offended at all by what John McEnroe has said about him.

    He reckons he should take the positives out of the words of a legend.

    McEnroe, a former German player who is a winner of 7 Slams, is of the view that Kyrgios should have progressed much quicker than he has in the last 12 months and should have made it to top 5 by now.

    Kyrgios had stunned a lot of people by getting the better of Rafael Nadal in the Wimbledon Championships the previous season.

    According to McEnroe, after that particular win of the Aussie youngster, he had thought that he would make some big strides and would rise quickly in the rankings, but, unfortunately, that didn’t happen.

    When asked about that in a talk show yesterday, Kyrgios said, “I have got a lot of respect for Mr. McEnroe for what he has achieved in Tennis and I would take his views as inspiration. If he believes I have the capability to become one of the best in the world, there can’t be a bigger compliment for me. I have been working hard on my fitness as well as on my game and I am sure it will show in my performances in the coming time.” Read the rest of this entry »

  • Venus Williams will have to pay a fine of three thousand Dollars

    October 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

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    Venus Williams will have to pay a fine of three thousand Dollars for keeping herself away from the media conference that had to take place after her match versus Sloan Stephens yesterday.

    Venus lost that match in straight sets and she was so upset that she stormed her way to the hotel without having any interaction with the media.

    She released a statement though, but, the organizing committee established that her not addressing the media was a fineable act and thus, she should be imposed the fine.

    The statement which Venus released read, “I was hoping for a good start which would have allowed me to get myself into the groove, but, it did not happen unfortunately. However, credit to Sloane for being so good on the day. She was exceptional.”

    Venus had been knocked out of the opening round of the French Open in 2013 as well and to suffer another upset in the same tournament a couple of years later, her frustration level must have been reaching sky high, but, the seasoned campaigners like her are supposed to respect the rules and regulations.

    No player, if given a choice, would opt to talk to the media after an embarrassing defeat, but, still, they do because that’s how it is. You are answerable to the press as well as your fans. Read the rest of this entry »

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    May 6, 2015 // 0 Comments

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    April 8, 2015 // 25 Comments

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