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Longest Tennis Matches

Tennis like many other sports is not time bound. In order to win, you need to win a specified number of sets irrespective of the time. Most matches hover around the 2-3 hour mark, and you rarely get to...
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Why Nadal is the King of Clay

“He's never seen a point he's not dying to win, a ball he's not willing to chase” Toni Nadal When the month of April comes around every year, there’s a certain Spanish citizen who can’t stop smiling. He goes by the...

Nadal not the only favorite for French Open 2017

It’s that time of the year! White socks turn red. Left pockets are filled with the holy sand by the end of the day and the heavy topspin forehands dictate play. With so much happening in the last few...

Rafael Nadal the favorite for french open 2017 says Becker- essentiallysports.com

With arguably one of the best starts that one could have hoped for, to the 2017 season, the tennis fans all around the world are eagerly awaiting the start of the clay court season leading into the french open....

5 things you didn’t know about Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza, a big name in the Indian brigade of sportspersons is now one of the most reputed tennis Playera in the world. She is the only Indian to be ranked the World No.1 in women's doubles and still...
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Rafael Nadal Will Win One More Slam

Not many players have achieved what Rafael Nadal has. Sixteen years back Nadal himself wouldn't have thought that one day he will be in the race of being The Greatest of All Time (GOAT). But ‘nothing gold can stay’. Nadal’s...
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Nine amazing US Open facts you probably didn’t know about

Here are nine US Open facts you probably never knew about. Better late than never! 9) Gunshots witnessed A dubious incident in which gunshots were fired occurred in the Arthur Ashe stadium making the USO the only Grand Slam to be held...

Rafa Nadal withdraws from Wimbledon Open 2016 with wrist injury

Spanish No.1 Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from Wimbledon Open 2016 after failing to recover from a wrist injury he suffered during the French Open 3rd round. In a Facebook post, Nadal confirmed the news to his fans and expressed his...