newstennis3 days ago

Roger Federer admits that he’s anxious despite training hard ahead of Cincinnati

Roger Federer displayed some caution ahead of his return to American soil for the Cincinnati Masters this month which will be followed by the US Open that begins on August 27. Federer revealed that he had to take breaks between tournaments in order to keep himself at 100% ahead of the US Open.
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newstennis25 days ago

Rafael Nadal still number one in ATP rankings as Novak Djokovic enters top 10

Spanish tennis ace Rafael Nadal retained his spot at the top of ATP rankings despite a semi-final exit at the recently concluded Wimbledon as his old nemesis, Roger Federer trails him at number two. Serbia's Novak Djokovic returned to the top 10 from 21st position after his 2018 Wimbledon triumph.
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newstennisa month ago

Wimbledon | The goal is to come back here next year, says Roger Federer

Roger Federer's loss to Kevin Anderson in the quarter-finals was easily the biggest upset of the tournament so far, but the Swiss ace has confirmed he is coming back next year. He further stated that his loss cannot be called 'unfinished business’ as he played good Wimbled campaign in past years.
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newstennisa month ago

Sachin Tendulkar impressed by Roger Federer’s cricket skills, invites him to ‘exchange notes’ on twitter

Sachin Tendulkar has never hidden his admiration for Roger Federer and was quite impressed by his cricket skills during a Wimbledon match when the Swiss ace was seen practicing a forward defense. Tendulkar took to Twitter inviting him for exchanging notes on cricket and tennis that Federer accepted.
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newstennisa month ago

Wimbledon | Novak Djokovic points out to his unfair treatment with Centre Court

Featuring just once in the Centre Court so far, unlike Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal who have played there all the games, Novak Djokovic has asked the All England Club to schedule it for his quarter-final game. The three-time champion will take on Kei Nishikori in the crunch clash.
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newstennisa month ago

Roger Federer: More concerned the World Cup final will have issues because of the Wimbledon final

Roger Federer joked about how the 2018 FIFA World Cup final in Russia will face issues due to a clash of timings with the Wimbledon final that will take place in England. Wimbledon officials were adamant as they revealed that the men’s final will start at its traditional time as decided.
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newstennisa month ago

ICC gives No.1 ranking to Roger Federer after his brilliant forward defensive stroke

ICC, albeit for a brief period of time, ranked Roger Federer as the No.1 batsman after Wimbledon jokingly asked the international body to rate the Swiss legend’s impressive forward defence. Federer, yesterday, while stopping a dead ball emulated Sachin Tendulkar's forward defence to perfection.
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newstennisa month ago

I am not stupid, want to face easier opponent, asserts Rafael Nadal on possible Fedal final

Rafael Nadal has claimed that he would much rather face an easier opponent than Roger Federer if he makes it to the final of Wimbledon 2018. Nadal was asked the question on the 10th anniversary of theWimbledon final between the two, which is still considered as the "greatest-ever tennis match"
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newstennisa month ago

Would be nice to have a 'splash' of colour at Wimbledon, feels Roger Federer

Eight time Wimbledon title holder, Roger Federer feels Wimbledon organizers should not ease the all white policy at the All England Club as a 'splash’ of colour would add to the fun. Wimbledon has been following the strict all-white policy dating back all the way to the nineteenth century.
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newstennisa month ago

Rafael Nadal claims he'd quit Wimbledon if he targets anything less than the title

Rafael Nadal has sensationally claimed that he would quit playing Wimbledon if he set himself a target that was short of winning the title. He also revealed that he would have preferred playing matches before coming to Wimbledon but later insisted that he could not have everything in his favor.
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