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Matt Zemek

The story of Roger Federer is, on many levels, a linear and uncomplicated one. From a more distant or detached perspective, it certainly offers the surface appearance of a relatively simple career trajectory. 1,420 more words


Del Potro and Federer play an old tune in a new setting


Saqib Ali

The big four era has produced enough great matches for a lifetime, enthralling battles in which the quality and drama of tennis action has rivaled instant greatness and occupied classic status in the audience’s mind. 1,023 more words


Indian Wells Final Preview: Roger Federer vs Juan Martin Del Potro

Despite all the withdrawals and only three of the top eight seeds appearing in the quarterfinals, the BNP Paribas Open has ended up with the best possible final: Roger Federer vs Juan Martin del Potro. 557 more words


Federer vs Del Potro on Final's Indiana Wells

After beat Borna Coric 5 – 7, 6 – 4, 6 – 4, a defending champion, Roger Federer will meet Juan Del Potro on final. Federer had some trouble against Coric.  115 more words

Del Portro

How Roger Federer Makes a Mockery of Ageism

(Source: www.inc.com)

Last month, after beating Dutch player Robin Haase 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 in the quarterfinals at the ABN AMRO World Tournament, Roger Federer… 854 more words

Money Matters

The Long View: A WTA Story In 3 Snapshots


Matt Zemek

Alexander Zverev crashed out of Indian Wells on Sunday night against Joao Sousa, reinforcing an aimless, confused, and utterly brittle period for the German. 929 more words


WIMBLEDON: Where legends are made

“Historic”, “Prestigious”, “Legendary”, these are the common phrases used by sports authors to describe the oldest Tennis tournament in the world, The Championships, Wimbledon. The only grand slam event still to be played on grass surface after Australian Open shifted to hard court in 1988. 342 more words