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Juan Martín Del Potro talks injury and Davis Cup in radio interview

From a 12 February interview with Juan Martín Del Potro on the Argentine radio show El Grupo de la Muerte from Vorterix Radio. You can listen to the original… 2,941 more words

Players

Off/Mid Season Conditioning - It Does Exist

The Australian Open, Wimbledon, Fed Cup and Davis Cup are broadcasted on TV each year, and we are amazed at the level of play. For some of us who are lucky enough to watch the action live, it’s even more exciting to see. 173 more words

Tennis

Berdych fills void of Murray feuds left by Del Potro and Federer

There is never a bad time to come up with an excuse for re-watching the epic Andy Murray vs. Juan Martin Del Potro feud at the 2008 Rome Masters, and now is an especially good time after Murray’s Australian Open quarterfinal match against Tomas Berdych on Thursday invoked obvious memories. 192 more words

Roger Federer

Episode 40 - Great Expectations [Podcast]

On this week’s Urban Tennis podcast, we discuss the first few days in Melbourne, Juan Martin Del Potro’s emotional week and discuss the ongoing roof race at each Grand Slam. 225 more words

Tennis

Juan Martin del Potro withdraws from Australian Open

Juan Martin del Potro has officially withdrawn from the 2015 Australian Open after consulting with doctors in regards to a nagging wrist injury.

“It’s a pity that I cannot take part in such an important tournament, yet this is another episode in the long way to recovery. 250 more words

Sports

Sunday Shock

It is time for our another edition of Sunday Shock!

Each week we look at the shocks in the world of sport.

If there is anything you think deserves to be featured, then send it our way! 267 more words

Soccer

Australian Open 2015 - Men's Draw: Impressions

  1. Novak Djokovic got a good draw, but Wawrinka and he could contest an epic semifinal.
  2. Roger Federer’s camp likely wanted Nole and Rafa to battle it out, but Rafa has a tricky first round match.
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