newstennis3 days ago

WATCH : Joao Sousa hits six consecutive volleys to win a point against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Playing volleys has made a dramatic comeback to top-level tennis in recent times and more and more players are using it as a potent weapon. Yesterday, Portuguese star Joao Sousa showcased his expertise in volleying by hitting six back to back ones to win a point against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
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newstennis5 days ago

Serena Williams takes a dig at Maria Sharapova for comments in new book

In a letter to her mother, Serena Williams has subtly taken a dig at Maria Sharapova, who made some comments on the American in her memoir Unstoppable: My Life So Far, which came out on September 12. In Sharapova's book, she has mentioned Williams over 100 times and talks about her losses to her.
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newstennis6 days ago

Roger Federer's appearance fees at ATP events revealed

Roger Federer has always featured in the list of the world's highest paid tennis players and between June 2016 and 2017 made a cool $64 million. Federer has a lot of sponsors by his side as well and he charges $2 million to play exhibitions and over $1 million to play ATP 250 and 500 events.
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newstennis7 days ago

Davis Cup | Denis Shapovalov beats Ramkumar Ramanathan to shut door on India’s hopes

India will again battle out in the Davis Cup Asian zone after Ramkumar Ramanathan lost the must-win singles clash against Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 7-6(1), 6-3 in Edmonton on Sunday. However, the day ended on a positive note as Yuki Bhambri won the dead rubber against Brayden Schnur 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.
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newstennis8 days ago

WATCH : Rohan Bopanna’s outrageous shot leaves Canadian opponents flummoxed

Yesterday, the Indian pair of Rohan Bopanna and Purav Raja went down to Daniel Nestor and Vasek Pospisil as Canada the singles match wrap-up. However, in the first set, one of Bopanna’s shots, from the baseline, left the Canadian pair perplexed and gave India a game point to level the set at 2-2.
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newstennis8 days ago

Davis Cup | India lags behind Canada in the best of five as Australia leads Belgium in the doubles tie

India’s pair of Rohan Bopanna and Purav Raja went down to Daniel Nestor and Vasek Pospisil as Canada lead ahead of the singles match wrap-up on Sunday. John Peers and Jordan Thompson ousted Belgian Ruben Bemelmans and Arthur De Greef to get Australia closer to first Cup final appearance since 2003.
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newstennis10 days ago

Nick Kyrgios : Don't put me in the same category as Bernard Tomic

Nick Kyrgios has distanced himself from compatriot Bernard Tomic saying that the latter has "lost his way" and that he doesn't make a lot of sense these days. This year Tomic has missed more tournaments than he has played, which has seen his ranking plummet from a career high 17 to 146.
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newstennis10 days ago

Toni Nadal predicts Rafael Nadal will catch Roger Federer

Rafael Nadal's uncle and long-time coach, Toni Nadal, has tipped his nephew to reach Roger Federer's record haul of 19 Grand Slam titles. Toni has also added that, despite the loss of form and injuries over the last few years, he always believed that Rafa could win Grand Slam titles again.
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newstennis12 days ago

Rafael Nadal has a lot more to offer, claims Carlos Moya

Carlos Moya believes that Rafael Nadal, who won his second major of the year in New York last week, is capable of competing at the highest level for a few more years if he manages to stay fit. The Spaniard is just three Grand Slams away from equalling Roger Federer's record of 19 major titles.
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newstennis13 days ago

Nick Kyrgios all set to achieve Davis Cup glory for Australia

Nick Kyrgios has claimed that he is ready to give the fans a stunning performance at the Davis Cup after "finding love for the game again". The 22-year-old also heaped praise on captain Lleyton Hewitt for bringing out the best in him adding that he would "run through a brick wall for him".
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