Judging without knowing

(Note: The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the whole team.) On Saturday, Roger Federer lost in the U.S. Open semifinals to a very inspired Marin Cilic, one who could do...
David Nalbandian

David Nalbandian satisfied with his career

The ex-N°3 came back on his tennis career in an interview on the Argentine radio

Tout Vient à Point…

Tout vient à point à qui sait attendre. This French saying, basically, means that everything comes right to those who wait. Nicolas Mahut waited 13 years, and it finally happened: today, in 's-Hertogenbosch, he won his first career title, at...

David Ferrer splits with his coach

If the news of Novak Djokovic appointing Boris Becker as head coach took the tennis world by surprise, it is nothing compared to the shock wave of David Ferrer announcing, today, that he had split with Javier Piles, his...

Djokovic and Wawrinka ousted in Toronto

Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka suffered defeat, today,
in the third round of the Rogers Cup, in Toronto

Lleyton Hewitt crowned in Brisbane: the triumph of the warrior

When he was in Argentina at the beginning of December, Lleyton Hewitt had made no mystery of his intentions and what still motivates him: "If I’m still able to go out there and give 100% and compete against the...

Nadal ties Sampras

The Spaniard wins a very emotional final
on the Paris clay

The Aussie young guns strike again

The new generation of Australian tennis players doesn't stop surprising

All for the Cup for Charly Berlocq

Carlos Berlocq saw a dream 2013 cut short when he was forced to retire down 0-2 to Ivan Dodig in the first round of Basel. This foot injury, that he sustained in Shanghai, forced him to pull-out of the...

Rafael Nadal talks to the media in Barcelona

Rafael Nadal arrived in Barcelona to take part in the tournament he has won eight of the last nine years. As he met with the press on Monday, the Spaniard talked at great length about a variety of topics, from...