featuretennis3 days ago

Long recovery breaks and advanced conditining foresee ageing players dominate world tennis for years to come

Tennis has undergone a huge change over the years. No more can a knee or elbow surgery force the end of an athlete’s career, even if he has crossed his prime. With men’s tennis mostly dominated by players in their early and mid-thirties now, recovery breaks have become a growing trend.
Subhayan Dutta
featuretennis3 months ago

Roger Federer - A humble champion

Humility is a virtue of the strong and not a vice of the weak. But having said this, how an individual deals with success will always be the true test of one's humility. And though remaining down to earth amid the highs and lows may seem like a tough task, Roger Federer has shown us the way.
Rohit George
featuretennis4 months ago

Why the ongoing absence of Serena Williams is beneficial to women's tennis

While there is no denying the fact that Serena Williams has been missed ever since her Australian Open triumph this year, her absence may just bring back the competitive edge to tennis, owing to her dominance. Moreover, this might also give us our first glimpse of the post-Serena era.
Rohit George
featuretennis7 months ago

The second coming of Roger Federer

If his skill epitomized Federer's first reign at the top, his performances and results since his comeback from injury, so far this year, can be attributed to sheer will power and passion for his craft. Moreover, this could be the start of Federer's second tenure at the helm of world tennis
Rohit George
featuretennis8 months ago

ATP ranking | How are the ranking points awarded?

The way the ATP Rankings work is not common knowledge. People believe it's hard to understand the ranking system in tennis, while in truth, it's probably the easiest rankings systems among all sports. Here's a simple, easy-to-understand explanation of how the ATP rankings work.
SportsCafe Desk
featuretennis9 months ago

Of Federer and Nadal; of Sport and Us

Federer might have won this match but that doesn’t mean a thing really. They have been greats for long now and will remain greats for long to come. Their rivalry has defined them, elevated tennis and enhanced our lives.
Sarath Chandra
featuretennis9 months ago

How and where Roger Federer won against Rafael Nadal

When the two Champions entered the Rod Laver Arena on Sunday, it was truly like two Gladiators walking into the Colosseum.
Faizan Qadiri
featuretennis9 months ago

The greatest rivalry in sports – Federer and Nadal one last time!

It's the quarterfinals last weekend, and Kei Nishikori is otherworldly in the first set – how else do you call it when he makes the greatest player the sport has seen look clueless.
Prabu Thiruppathy
featuretennis9 months ago

Australian Open | Five best matches in Week 1

The first Grand Slam of the year is off to a flyer, and it will be the first Aussie Open since 2011 that will not feature either of the top two seeds in the final. The Open has seen the return of the serve and volley with players experimenting the old style against the new age heavyweights.
Faizan Qadiri
featuretennis9 months ago

Which are the best-performing countries at each of the four Grand Slams?

The United States of America’s dominance in tennis might be on the wane, but the other nations still have a lot of catching up to do if they are to establish themselves as the new tennis superpower. We take a look at how each nation has fared in the four Grand Slams in the open era.
Amlan Majumdar