newstennis2 days ago

Pune to replace Chennai as venue for "Chennai Open"

Pune is all set to host what used to formerly be known as the Chennai Open as the 'Maharastra One' from next year after the tournament moves to Pune. The organizers of the ATP 250 event, played on hard courts, are trying to rope in players such as Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic for 2018.
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featuretennis3 days 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.
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newstennis8 days ago

Novak Djokovic considers taking a break after Wimbledon injury scare

Novak Djokovic, knocked out of Wimbledon yesterday, is considering a break from tennis to find a long-term solution to his injury woes. The former World No.1, forced to retire from his QF match against Tomas Berdych, remarked that his pain had shot up day by day and that "today was the worst day".
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reporttennis8 days ago

Wimbledon 2017 | Roger Federer enters semi-finals; Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic crash out

Roger Federer defeated Milos Raonic 6-4, 6-2, 7-6(4) on Wednesday to reach his 12th Wimbledon semi-finals. Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic was forced to retire from his quarterfinal match, while defending champion Andy Murray stoically battled on till the end in a loss to Sam Querrey in the quarter-final.
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newstennis9 days ago

Novak Djokovic slams the quality of Centre court surface

Novak Djokovic has lashed out at the quality of the centre court as he claimed that a hole had opened up in the middle of the court and he told the same to the chair umpire during his game againstAdrian Mannarino at Wimbledon. The Serb registered 6-2, 7-6 (7/5), 6-4 win over his French opponent.
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newstennis9 days ago

Toni Nadal: Now Rafa and Djokovic are friends, in the past they weren't

Toni Nadal, the uncle and long-time coach of Rafael Nadal, has revealed that Nadal and Novak Djokovic are now in good terms unlike the past when they were not the best of the friends. Toni has also added that Rafa became a better player by playing against Djokovic than his arch-rival Roger Federer.
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newstennis10 days ago

I was offered money to lose a match at Aegon Open, reveals Sam Groth

Australian tennis star Sam Groth has revealed that he was offered "quite a lot of money", through social media, to lose a match at the Aegon Open event last month. However, Groth denied accepting the offer and went on to reach the semi-finals of the event where he lost to Tomas Fabbiano.
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newstennis11 days ago

Wimbledon 2017 | The gifs that keep on giffing - Round 3

The first week of the 2017 Wimbledon concluded yesterday, but it gave the tennis fanatics some memorable moments to cherish. Federer and Djokovic were at it once again while the ever entertaining Gael Monfils produced a few moments of magic to light up the tournament and enthrall the audience.
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reporttennis11 days ago

Wimbledon 2017 | Federer, Djokovic enter the last 16; Sania, Bopanna advance to next round

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic continued their fantastic form and both reached the fourth round at Wimbledon in straight sets. Sania Mirza and her partner Ivan Dodig moved to the third round of the mixed doubles as Rohan Bopanna and his partner Gabriela Dabrowski also register a win.
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reporttennis14 days ago

Wimbledon 2017 | Boppana-Vasselin advance while Paes goes down; Federer and Djokovic through

It was a mixed day for India at Wimbledon yesterday, as Leander Paes and Adil Shamasdin went down in a close encounter to Austria's Julian Knowle and Philip Oswald. But Rohan Bopanna and Roger Vasselin did make it through to round two. Meanwhile, Federer and Djokovic also advanced round three.
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