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Djokovic and Nadal: the Fight for the...

Nadal and Djokovic are into a fight for the number one spot of the ATP rankings.

The ATP500 tournament of Beijing has started today and the talk, this week, is whether or not Rafael Nadal will overtake the top of the rankings from Novak Djokovic. Whether? No. When. First of all, we have to make one thing certain: the change of the guard on top of the ATP World Tour rankings […]

Davis Cup – The End of a Great ...

There was absolutely nothing Raonic could do after that first-set tiebreak against Djokovic
(Photo: Srdjan Stevanovic)

. Canada’s dream Davis Cup run ended in a dramatic fifth rubber, on an absolutely spectacular point that might have terrible consequences for one of the protagonists. It was a diving contest between Vasek Pospisil and Janko Tipsarevic, on the latter’s fifth match point, ending up a 7-6(3), 6-2, 7-6(6) win for Tipsarevic and a […]

Davis Cup – Argentina So Close,...

The valiant team of Argentina

. We knew before the tie even started that it would be a near-impossible mission for Argentina to reach the final against Czech Republic, as much as we know that Davis Cup is a whole other ball game. Without Juan Martín del Potro, who did not want to play Davis Cup this year to put […]

Davis Cup – Canada One Win Away...

(Photo: Srdjan Stevanovic)

After Friday’s singles, in which logic prevailed, although barely in the case of Milos Raonic, Saturday’s doubles rubber became a must-win for Canada if they wanted to keep their hopes alive in the semifinal opposing them to Serbia. Djokovic dominates logically Novak Djokovic, despite having played the U.S. Open final only four days before and […]

Davis Cup Semifinals – Underdog...

The valiant Argentine team: Martín Jaite, Juan Mónaco, Carlos Berlocq, Horacio Zeballos, Leo Mayer
(Photo: José Rieiro)

The Davis Cup semifinals both appear, on paper, to greatly favour the local teams. It is a matter of surface chosen. It is a question of players present. And it makes both visiting teams appear like huge underdogs in the end. However, if either of Argentina or Canada did not believe that they can pull […]

Davis Cup – Playoff Ties to Wat...

Borna Coric, Andy Murray

The Davis Cup World Group playoffs are starting today, as Israel asked, and was granted, that the tie be played Thursday, Friday, Sunday with a rest on Saturday due to Yom Kippur, a very important Jewish holiday. For the occasion, and because yours, truly is a Davis Cup lover, we offer you an overview of […]

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