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Rafa Roundup: Rafael Nadal Makes the World a Better Place


“I feel good. I won a tournament on grass after five years, a good moment for me and a special one.  727 more words

Rafael Nadal

Worries for France ahead of Davis Cup tie?

After Wimbledon in a few weeks’ time Great Britain and France will head to Queen’s Club to fight for a place in the Davis Cup semi-finals in September however despite France having a number of players in the top 100 there are some worries about the fitness of key members of the squad who are suffering with injuries. 229 more words


Davis Cup part of the fun for Seminole HP tennis campers

Wrapping Spain’s national flag around his shoulders wasn’t 12 year old Jack Spencer’s way of declaring his ancestral ties.

It was effectively his way of saying, “I am Rafael Nadal.” 564 more words


Irene Country Club welcomes Davis Cup in Johannesburg

The Irene Country Club in Johannesburg, South Africa is once again preparing to host the Davis Cup this year, following previous tennis matches in 2014 between South Africa and Lithuania, and South Africa and Monaco. 403 more words


Frederik Løchte Nielsen: Revelations make me mentally stronger. Part one of three.

Part one of a three part interview by Philip Ørnø on the Danish tennis site Tennisavisen.dk with Danish pro Frederik Løchte Nielsen, who won the Wimbledon doubles title with Jonathan Marray in 2012. 693 more words


Blow for Aljaz Bedene as his quest to represent Britain in Davis Cup takes a knock

By Ros Satar

Blow for Aljaz Bedene as his quest to represent Britain in Davis Cup takes a knock

  • Lost in the first round of the singles and doubles in his first major as a Brit…
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The pros and cons of Bedene's failure to represent Britain

In April 2015, Aljaz Bedene completed a long-held dream and switched nationality to represent Britain, the country where he has lived and trained throughout his professional career. 633 more words