featuretennis5 years 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.
Subhayan Dutta
featuretennis5 years ago

Novak Djokovic : Is the monster waiting to get out?

Novak Djokovic was clearly not the favorite against Fernando Verdasco after his near four-hour struggle against Roberto Bautista Agut last round. However, the Serb played some magnificent strokes in his win against the Spaniard, hinting that he has finally started breaking his mental shackles.
Subhayan Dutta
featuretennis5 years ago

Common Tennis Injuries

While the game of tennis has always been more injury-prone, there is very little awareness knowledge about injuries and stress-related issues. Here we take a look at various tennis injuries and its preventions.
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featuretennis5 years ago

Rohan Bopanna - The many sides of Indian tennis' silent hero

In the cricket crazy bubble that India lives in, we, as sports fans, often forget to give due credit to the athletes who have excelled in sports that don’t involve leather and willow.
Faizan Qadiri
featuretennis5 years ago

Why the ongoing absence of Serena Williams is beneficial to women's tennis

While there is no denying the fact that Serena Williams has been missed ever since her Australian Open triumph this year, her absence may just bring back the competitive edge to tennis, owing to her dominance. Moreover, this might also give us our first glimpse of the post-Serena era.
Rohit George
featuretennis6 years 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
featuretennis6 years 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
featuretennis7 years ago

French Open 2016 Preview | Answering 16 burning questions

The 115th edition of the French Open is set to begin on Sunday after what has been an intriguing clay court lead-up. The second Grand Slam of the year is full of story-lines and unsolved puzzles. Here are some of the burning questions surrounding this year’s Roland Garros.
Ahmed Mahmoud