It is time for the biggest tennis tournament! Wimbledon 2019 is just around the corner and we are going to witness all the greatest players battle to win this important trophy. Some of the fans are not aware that Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam event played on a grass
Tennis fans will always remember the breathtaking moment back in the 2012 London Olympics where Great Britain star Andy Murray defeated the legendary Roger Federer in three sets. Ever since then I have grown an immense amount of respect for the guy. It was extra special to see him win
Is the French Open the toughest grand slam to win? Many people associate long rallies with tough, as they're physically gruelling and require greater endurance. Why is this the benchmark though?
Don't get us wrong, we are not saying a professional triathlete could pick up a tennis racquet, simply have a
Roger Federer became the most successful tennis player to have ever walked the earth after he won the Davis Cup with Switzerland. The 33-year-old Swiss has won 17 Grand Slam Titles, an Olympic gold medal and now the Davis Cup.
Switzerland beat France 3-1 overall as Federer beat Richard Gasquet to
After the effort Andy Murray put in to qualify for the ATP World Tour Finals, he will probably be waking up this morning wishing he hadn’t bothered, following a crushing defeat at the hands of Roger Federer.
This has to rank as one of the worst defeats of his career. Murray's
To be even competitive after turning 30 in professional tennis, let alone winning, demands something special. But this man is beyond special. Managing 4 kids and winning matches on the Tour simultaneously can be tough, but Roger does it with aplomb.
He is the reason why millions of people watch the
Defending champion Andy Murray has been knocked out of Wimbledon after losing in straight sets to Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov.
The Scot was comfortably beaten 6-1, 7-6, 6-2 and now Dimitrov plays 2011 winner Novak Djokovic in the Semi Finals. Djokovic overcame hard hitter Marin Cilic in a heated contest that ended 6-1, 3-6, 6-7, 6-2, 6-2.
For most of the past decade or so, Men's Tennis has lived a golden era, an era that will forever be remembered when two of the giants of Men's Tennis Federer and Nadal, dominated and gave us many matches we will never forget, not least the epic Wimbledon final of
Andy Murray is out of the Australian Open after he lost the quarter-final to Roger Federer in four sets, Murray failed to caputre his best form and Federer just proved to much him.
The Scot has recently recovered from an operation and although he had done well to get his far,
Juan Martin Del Potro suffered a shock second round loss in the Australian Open to Robert Bautista Agut.
Del Potro lost in five sets to the 25 year old Spaniard, 4-6, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4, 7-5 in an intense match that lasted just under four hours.
The 2009 US Open winner congratulated his opponent for his