newstennis6 days ago

My goal has always been to defend the Halle trophy, says Roger Federer

World number one Roger Federer has revealed that his aim was always to defend his Halle Open title ahead of the tournament this year as he eyes to retain the top spot in world rankings. Federer would need to win a record 10th Halle Open crown if he is to enter Wimbledon as the top ranked.
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newstennis10 days ago

Prajnesh Gunneswaran knocked out of Stuttgart Open, misses out on a face-off with Roger Federer

Prajnesh Gunneswaran's ambitious run to face Roger Federer ATP Mercedes Cup came to an end as he was ousted in his second round clash by Argentina's Guido Pella in Stuttgart on Thursday. After stunning World number 23 Denis Shapovalov in the opening round, Gunneswaran lost to world number 75.
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newstennis12 days ago

I just hope I can find my rhythm and range a bit earlier, says Roger Federer

Roger Federer, who would be returning to action with Stuttgart open after missing clay court season, hopes to find his rhythm and range as earlier as possible. Federer insisted that his return to tennis would not be easy after not playing for three months, since the loss against Thanasi Kokkinakis.
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newstennis16 days ago

French Open | I don’t want anyone to think that reaching final is a routine, says Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal, who reached his 11th final in Paris on Friday, insisted that nobody should assume his feats are routine and each victory is celebrated like first. With a place in the final, Nadal reached his 24th Grand Slam final, equaling Roger Federer’s record for most finals in a single major.
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newstennis16 days ago

Andre Agassi thinks Roger Federer should not be criticized for backing out of French Open

After Roger Federer backed out of the French Open for the third consecutive year, he invited a lot of criticism but Andre Agassi has voiced his support for the Swiss maestro in his decision. Agassi stated that he wants Federer to be careful so that he keeps playing for as long as possible.
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newstennis17 days ago

I will try to play my best tennis in order to beat Nadal, says Del Potro

Argentinian Juan Martin Del Potro maintains that he will do his best to outplay ‘King of clay’ Rafael Nadal in the semi-final of the 2018 French Open tomorrow. The Spaniard is the undisputable favourite to secure hie 11th French Open title after a tough win against Diego Schwartzman in the quarters.
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featuretennis18 days ago

Decoding Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros and how Dominic Thiem can achieve the impossible

Despite hoping against the hope of someone other than Rafael Nadal winning the French Open, John McEnroe knows deep down that the Spaniard remains almost invincible with no competitor whatsoever. With Novak Djokovic now ousted, the only player to realistically challenge Nadal is Dominic Thiem.
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newstennis18 days ago

Roger Federer has a responsibility to play the biggest tournaments, says Mats Wilander

Former world number one Mats Wilander has opined that Swiss legend Roger Federer owes it to the sport of tennis to participate in all the major tournaments of the season. Wilander added that world number two, Federer has done more for tennis than any other player over the past decade or so.
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newstennis20 days ago

John Isner believes del Potro and Nadal equal in delivering lethal forehand drive

After losing to Juan Martin del Potro in the French Open, John Isner stated that both del Potro and Rafael Nadal are equally efficient at delivering a strong forehand drive. He has also explained that while Nadal plays mostly over the head, the Argentine is flatter in his approach.
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newstennisa month ago

Roger Federer believes that Serena Williams is the greatest tennis player alive

Roger Federer has called Serena Williams the greatest tennis player to have lived, taking into consideration her remarkable achievements. The Swiss ace also revealed that he doesn't have any immediate retirement plans and proclaimed his love for the game as the reason for him to keep playing.
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