“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 this great event, many more things. However, in my opinion, the authorities continue privileging the ‘looking good’ rather than really watching over the athletes.” Thus starts a […]
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It all started in Wimbledon, where Liverpool native Jonathan Marray, along with Danish partner Frederik Nielsen, became the first Brit to win a Grand Slam doubles title in 76 years. Just the day before that historic win, Andy Murray had become the first since Bunny Austin in 1938 to reach the Wimbledon final.
The second round of the Australian Open finished as the sun was slowly rising over my home, on the sad note of Andy Roddick’s retirement during his match with Lleyton Hewitt. Despite the excitement, despair, rage, exhilaration, and all the other feelings that this second round has brought me over the last two days, I […]
At every Grand Slam, there are surprises, players to discover or rediscover, veterans getting a second wind, and youngsters who are pushing to make a name for themselves on both Tours. One of them is a young woman who is not known except by those who have been following juniors for quite some time and […]
The new tennis season has just started on the ATP Tour with the beginning of the Brisbane International qualifications (it has started last night/at dawn in the WTA), although for the last two days, we were spoiled, as we have been every year since 2008, with the Mubadala World Tennis Championship, a six-player exhibition held […]