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Category Archives: ATP

Quotable Quotes: Nadal Makes A Few Adjustments

One Slam title, two slam finals, a masters title, a comfortable top two finish for the 7th straight year, and yet 2011 was quite a tough year to swallow for Nadal and his fans. After the countless losses to Djokovic in the first half of the season followed by injury and defeats to just about [...]

Rod Laver talks Bernard Tomic

Judging by all the sleeveless t-shirts seen on him over the past month, Bernard Tomic seems determined to show every man, woman and child his shiny new muscles - the results of his off-season fitness slug. However, that didn’t stop yet another tennis great from speaking about him and gently implying that he’s a lazy [...]

Two Guys, One Vase.

Yesterday, Andy Murray picked up his first Masters 1000 title of the year and 7th of his career, leading Novak Djokovic 6-4 *3-0 when the world number one was force to retire. It was a tough situation all-round. It has to be tough for Andy to win such a big title like that. But he’ll [...]

Novak Djokovic Finds Calm Amongst The Canadian Chaos

First Murray was upset in his first match, then Nadal, and then Roger Federer in the third round, but as his rivals toppled like dominoes around him, Novak Djokovic stood firm to reach yet another semifinal in this Career-defining year. This time he demolished Gael Monfils, the next highest-ranked player left in the draw, 6-2 [...]

RAMBLE (and bad title) ALERT: Bastards flail in Bastad.

This morning I caught a glimpse of the Bastad semi-final draw and immediately thought that, with Robin Soderling, David Ferrer and Tomas Berdych ranked between 5 and 8 and 11-ranked Almagro rounding off the semi-final lineup, things could get pretty interesting down at the 250 event. Of course, that was completely delusional of me, and [...]

Quotable Quotes: Gael Monfils’ New Coach Is Just As Crazy As Him

Last week we heard that Gael Monfils decided split with his long-term coach Roger Rasheed, instead choosing to strengthen relations with his fitness coach Patrick Chamangne. Speaking to the French press after Monfils’ announcement Chamagne was very candid about his belief in Gael as a player. He said; “Our aim is that he qualifies for [...]


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