newstennis2 days ago

Del Potro: Roger Federer is the best ever, he can be World No. 1 again

Argentine tennis star Juan Martin del Potro has called Roger Federer as the ‘best player ever’ and hoped that the Swiss maestro could compete with Djokovic and Murray for the first position. He also added that he woke up at 5 AM, only to watch Federer and Nadal locking horns at the Australian Open.
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newstennis3 days ago

Roger Federer signs a three-year deal with Swiss Indoors

Reigning Australian Open champion Roger Federer has signed a three-year deal with Swiss Indoors, for which he will continue playing at the event until 2019. Federer, who had missed the second half of 2016 with a knee injury, returned to action and scripted a fairytale win at the Australian Open.
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newstennis4 days ago

Roger Federer eager to team up with Rafael Nadal in first-ever Laver Cup

In a Ryder Cup-style tournament, which will see two teams – Team Europe and Team Rest of the World – compete against each other, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will join forces. Bjorn Borg will captain the European team, while American legend John McEnroe will lead the Rest of the World team.
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newstennis14 days ago

It's my last season with Rafa on the tour, says uncle Toni

Toni Nadal has said that he won't be following Rafael Nadal on tour anymore after this season, and will focus on upcoming players at the Rafa Nadal Academy. He also talks about Nadal's loss to Roger Federer in the Australian Open final and how the Spaniard's injuries affected him mentally.
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featuretennis25 days 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
newstennis25 days ago

Roger Federer emotionally acknowledges his wife’s part in his success

Roger Federer might have fans in every part of the world, but he believes that there is none bigger than his wife Mirka Federer. Acknowledging Mirka's contribution throughout his career, the Swiss legend, who won his 18th Grand Slam title on Sunday, said, “she was there when I had no titles”.
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featuretennisa month 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
newstennisa month ago

Roger Federer hints that the end of his tennis career may be near

Roger Federer’s 18th Grand Slam win might have rekindled his fans' hopes of his return to the top, but according to him it might just have been his one last hurrah. Federer is aware that he has “only so much tennis left” in him, although he has hoped that this was not his last Australian Open.
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newstennisa month ago

Rafael Nadal : The belief that I can win titles is back

Despite missing out on what would have been his 15th Grand Slam singles title, Rafael Nadal is delighted with how things have worked out for him in Australia over the past one month. The 30-year-old is now confident of winning more titles and has vowed to keep playing at the top level.
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newstennisa month ago

Roger Federer dismisses Pat Cash’s ‘legal cheating’ claims

Roger Federer has hit back at Pat Cash for claiming that he had called for a medical timeout during the final of the Australian Open against Rafael Nadal because he was tired. Federer said he felt pain in his right thigh and that he was normally the “last guy to call for a medical timeout”.
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