featuretennis11 days 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
featuretennis15 days ago

Djokovic or Murray: Who is the real winner in 2016?

If 2016 began with Novak Djokovic's continuation of his dominance, it ended in a stunning fashion with Andy Murray dethroning him from the top spot. As Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were out of the picture for most of the season due to injuries, the role reversal between Djokovic and Murray kept tennis fans spellbound.
Sudeshna Banerjee
featuretennis19 days ago

Indian tennis’ lacklustre 2016 – A report card

Sania Mirza's phenomenal success and Leander Paes' completion of his mixed-doubles Career Grand Slam were the only news that brought cheer to Indian tennis fans in an otherwise insipid season.
Sudeshna Banerjee
featuretennisa month ago

Jimmy Connors: The champion who refused to give up

He was controversial, crazy and remained the bad boy of tennis throughout his career, but no fan can disagree with the tennis Jimmy Connors played. We bring to you the charismatic story of the American which is a testament of unadulterated passion for the game and his unshakable thirst to compete.
Amogh Jain
featuretennis2 months ago

Five best performances by Sania Mirza

Over the last decade, there is hardly any sportsman who can claim to have had an impact on a generation of Indian men and women like that of a certain Hyderabad-based tennis player.
Faizan Qadiri
featuretennis2 months ago

Is it time for a new coach for Garbine Muguruza?

Earlier this year, there were a few heated exchanges between Garbine and Sam during the on-court coaching. At one point, Garbine was heard saying “Tell me something, I don’t know.”
Amogh Jain
featuretennis2 months ago

Andy Murray’s journey through tragedy, heartbreak, and tag of ‘nearly man’

It must have been liberating and anti-climatic at the same time for Andy Murray. The fact that he became the No.1 player without having to hit a single ball is diametric to what his career has been so far—nothing has been served on a plate for the Scot.
Amlan Majumdar
featuretennis3 months ago

Why this light slap on the wrists for Sharapova means a huge blow for tennis

On October 4, sitting in her multi-million dollar Florida mansion, a 29-year-old tennis star would have been awaiting the most important call of her career.
Faizan Qadiri
featuretennis4 months ago

Why Djokovic will probably never be as loved as Federer or Nadal

Everyone has favorites. Anyone who has ever watched a sport, leave alone loved it, had to have a favorite, who they loved and rooted for against that other guy.
Prabu Thiruppathy
featuretennis5 months ago

Rafael Nadal | The Champion’s story is not over yet

Every champion has to face the test of time. Rafael Nadal had a tough last year, winning only three singles titles. Questions began to rise about Rafa’s physical vulnerability, and more so about his mental vulnerability. Was Rafa ever going to come back and play the way he used to?
Amogh Jain