Tags » Atp Tour

Tomas Berdych hires Danny Vallverdu as new coach for 2015

Czech tennis player Tomas Berdych announced via Twitter that he has appointed Daniel Vallverdu as his new coach for the upcoming year.

Dear fans my new coach for 2015 will be Danny Vallverdu and Azuz Simcich.Thank you to Tomas Krupa and David Vydra for great time together!

188 more words
Sports

Hamza's Changes for the Sport of Tennis

Over the past 2-3 years, I have slowly been writing up, (just for fun and for my sheer love for Tennis), suggestions on changes for the ATP and WTA Tours, as well as the Grand Slams. 75 more words

ATP Tour

London 2014: Federer survives epic thriller against Wawrinka, to set up Final Showdown with Djokovic

In the battle of the Swiss No.1 and 2, it was the legendary Roger Federer who just about triumphed over compatriot Stan Wawrinka, in a near 3 hour marathon SF. 760 more words

ATP Tour

London 2014: Djokovic trounces Berdych to seal No.1 Ranking, as Wawrinka edges Cilic to make Semi's

Novak Djokovic completed a perfect round-robin record, with victory over Tomas Berdych, ensuring he finishes the year as World No.1 for the 3rd time. Meanwhile in the last Group A clash, Aussie Open Champ Stan Wawrinka triumphed over US Open winner Marin Cilic in 3 sets, to finish runner-up behind Djokovic and reach the SFs. 584 more words

ATP Tour

London 2014: Federer humbles Murray to make SFs, as Nishikori beats Ferrer to join him

Andy Murray crashed out of the World Tour Finals in humiliating style, as Roger Federer destroyed him for the loss of just 1 game. Federer’s 6-0, 6-1 rout of the British No.1, is Murray’s worst defeat in 7 years. 617 more words

ATP Tour

London 2014: Djokovic hammers Wawrinka, as Berdych eases past Cilic

Novak Djokovic continued his procession through the World Tour Finals, with a hammering against Stan Wawrinka. Djokovic extends his winning streak at the Tour Finals to 12 matches and is now just 1 match away from sealing the year-end No.1 ranking. 407 more words

ATP Tour

London 2014: Murray reignites campaign by beating Raonic, as Federer brushes aside Nishikori

Andy Murray boosted his prospects of making the SFs of the World Tour Finals, with a straight sets win over Canada’s Milos Raonic. A loss for Murray would almost certainly have seen him out of the tournament, but luckily for the Olympic Champion, he turned things around from Sundays defeat. 405 more words

ATP Tour