Now that the French Open is behind us, it is time to give you my long overdue review of Jimmy Connors’ book, The Outsider, which I read from cover to cover with an abs [...]Read more
Greetings to all of you, faithful readers of Running Forehand! You probably wonder about my lengthy absence, as I haven’t posted anything since February, and I know you [...]Read more
Since last week, a few career firsts have been reached, and two of them were pretty uncommon, as they happened to veterans. (more…)Read more
On Sunday, many were those who thought that Rafael Nadal, who was coming back from a seven-month injury layoff due to his recurrent knee issues, would make short work [...]Read more
Argentina came back into the World Group 11 years ago. Since then, they had not lost a single tie in the first round. Saturday, they were aiming to close out the tie a [...]Read more
Canada caused, without a doubt, the biggest surprise of the first day of the Davis Cup. If Spain came with a team deprived of its best elements, it remained the favour [...]Read more
It was a hot, scorching day. The rains that were forecast finally did not fall, leaving the air hot and heavy. Such were the conditions in which Carlos Berlocq [...]Read more
“I decided to speak because I am simply shocked… sport is growing in Chile, Santiago 2014 [NDLR: the South American Games] is coming and, starting with th [...]Read more
I do not wish to come back on the Australian Open final strictly in terms of analysis, and this for a simple reason: there would not be much to say but the usual clich [...]Read more
The Australian Open men’s singles final will be the stage of the 18th meeting between Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, who have met seven times out of those previ [...]Read more
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