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Tennis Tuesday: ATP News of the Week

It’s no secret that the only thing we love as much as music is tennis!  Lucky for us, the tennis season lasts nearly the entire year, hitting every corner of the globe.  248 more words


Nadal will play at Queens club this summer

Rafael Nadal remains one of the biggest names in the sport of tennis, and is still many fans’ favourite despite having now not won one of the Grand Slam tournaments since 2014. 246 more words


Highs and lows from the Australian Open

The 2016 Australian Open was a tennis tournament that took place at Melbourne Park between 18–31 January 2016. It was the 104th edition of the Australian Open, and the first Grand Slam tournament of the year. 121 more words


Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters rolls the red carpet for the world’s best players for their 110th edition

Top tennis pros at the Monte-Carlo Country Club April 9-17, 2016

The presentation of the anticipated 2016 edition of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters took place on Wednesday, February 3, 2016, in the America Salon of the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel, in the presence of distinguished personalities, the media and tournament partners. 540 more words


Roger Federer to miss a month of tennis!

Roger Federer will miss a month of tennis after arthroscopic surgery on his knee to repair torn meniscus which he suffered a day after his four set defeat to Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open semi-finals. 42 more words


Kuifje in Rotterdam

Terwijl we op dit eigenste ogenblik luisteren naar het formidabele ‘Amsterdam’ van Jacques Brel hebben we ons gisteren getracht te accrediteren voor het tornooi van Rotterdam. 481 more words

GOAT Flaws

With Novak winning another major, his 11th, in such dominating fashion, again, people are all over the GOAT debate. On the one hand, this is a very flawed and, practically, meaningless discussion because of the obvious difficulty in comparing such productivity (rife with nuance and context); on the other hand, the GOAT discussion encourages people to follow and tally almost obsessively their player’s successes and so forth. 1,590 more words