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Rafael Nadal Reigns Supreme at Beijing Open

Rafael Nadal won his 75th title of his career, as he demolished Nick Kyrgios in straight sets at the Beijing open. The title also means that Rafael Nadal now has a firm grip on the world no.1 spot. He...

Milos Raonic criticizes ATP for a grueling schedule

Milos Raonic returned to professional tennis after a long layoff by beating Victor Troicki in straight sets at the Japan Open yesterday. Milos Raonic was returning from a surgery on his left wrist. The injurt forced him to withdraw...

China Open: Maria Sharapova Made to Sweat

Former world number 1, Maria Sharapova is trying to make her comeback after her 15-month ban from tennis. She is currently participating in the China Open at Beijing. On Tuesday, the Russian clashed with compatriot Ekaterina Makarova in the...
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Best Grand Slam Matches of 2017

All the euphoria has settled for now. The year 2017 has been miraculous for two of the game’s biggest names- Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal (be sure to check out some crazy Fedal stats ) both grabbing 2 majors each....
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Crazy Federer-Nadal Facts You Didn’t Know

Tennis with its high speed aces, long rallies, winners, and of course, glamour is a game that attracts a lot of fans. What makes it even better is a strong rivalry between two players owing to close, long and...

Toni Nadal Thinks Rafa Can Beat Roger’s Tally of 19

Rafael Nadal’s long time coach and uncle, Toni Nadal appeared in an interview for Efe Radio recently. He said that he hoped that Rafa can overtake Roger Federer’s grand slam tally of 19. Nadal defeated Kevin Anderson in straight...

Novak Djokovic to retain Andre Agassi as head coach

Following his elbow injury, Novak Djokovic is set to return in January to open his campaign in Australia. Djokovic’s team confirmed in a press conference that Andre Agassi would return as the head coach for the 2018 season. The...
Carlos Moya says 'no major changes' in Rafa's playing style

Carlos Moya Says ‘No Major Changes’ in Rafa’s Playing Style

Starting next year, Carlos Moya will be leading the Rafael Nadal team. He says there will not be many changes in the coaching pattern of Rafa. After winning numerous titles together, Uncle Toni will be stepping down from his...