Three ATP tournaments were played this week, before the ATP action stops to make way for the first round of Davis Cup and in the three tournaments, two featured a first-time finalist. Sadly, both lost but it was to the revival of veterans (kudos to Mikhail Youzhny, who won both the singles and doubles – […]
The fourth day of action of the Australian Open will start shortly. There are quite a few potentially good matches to follow again today and I will then give all my attention (or most of it) to the following (plus Andy Murray’s match, but that is just the fan speaking):
It was the day of the legends at the ATP World Tour Finals today. Two greats of the sport reached important title milestones, in both singles and doubles, and Roger Federer and Daniel Nestor, in their own ways, made this last day pretty memorable.
This was a really easy joke to make, because I seriously don’t blame the shirt (still, what’s gotten into the Lotto people’s heads is beyond my comprehension). As a matter of fact, the decisive match between David Ferrer and Tomas Berdych left me with a big question: what the heck happened?
This is what I remember the most of the second and last singles match of the day, in which World no 1 Novak Djokovic recovered from a slow start and ended up defeating no 7 Tomas Berdych 3-6 6-3 7-6(3) in almost three hours of very, very intense tennis. The match really got me riveted […]
The draws for the ATP World Tour Finals have been made a few moments ago and we’d be hard put to say that one of the groups is stronger than the other, as it’s really, very even. For the first time, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will have the chance to square off in […]
If I had to use only one word to describe this week at Rogers Cup, it would be “great”. Great tennis, great week, great experience, great meetings, great support.