Tag Archives: ATP Tennis

Roger Federer Will Continue to Make History

January 27, 2013

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows Roger Federer: 17-time Grand Slam champion, 6-time Year-End Championships winner, 21-time ATP Masters 1000 champion (he holds the record amount of titles alongside Spaniard, Rafael Nadal), Olympic silver medalist and Olympic gold medalist in the doubles with compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka. Overall, he has won 76 career singles titles in total, but why […]

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Laura Robson and Genie Bouchard take on Asia, Gangnam Style!

October 11, 2012

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows Not to be outdone by Novak Djokovic and his Gangnam Style dance performance in Beijing, two of the WTA’s young stars, Laura Robson and Genie Bouchard, decided to create a video of their own with the song. ┬áIt features Maria Sharapova, Fernando Verdasco, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Samantha Stosur and Heather Watson and the […]

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Novak Djokovic wins Beijing “Gangnam Style!”

October 11, 2012

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows World No.2, Novak Djokovic has not acuired the nickname ‘The Djoker” for no reason. Intiialy we had become accustomed to enjoying his impressions of his fellow players and on Sunday, after winning the title in Beijing, the Serbian No.1 celebrated defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and winning the trophy with a rapturous dance performance […]

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The Top 5 ATP Titleholders of 2012

October 11, 2012

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows Roger Federer (6 titles) Roger Federer has enjoyed a very fruitful 2012 and has proven that like a fine wine, he has continued to get better with age. In February, the Swiss maestro collected his first title on the indoor hard courts of Rotterdam before acquiring further titles on the hard courts […]

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Top 5 Things To Look Forward To On The ATP Tour

October 11, 2012

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows It is always sad when the end of a fantastic tennis season is drawing to a close and despite the pleas for an improved calendar from the players on the ATP and WTA Tours, we are secretly and selfishly pleased that the calendar year is in some ways unforgiving, grueling and long […]

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Nadal can feel an improvement

October 11, 2012

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows Rafael Nadal has revealed that he can see some improvements with the condition of his knee. It has been four months since we last saw Rafael Nadal on the competitive courts of the ATP Tour and for many, it is four months too long. Many have been concerned about his future in […]

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Roger Federer is looking forward to a vacation

September 19, 2012

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows The Swiss tennis player is exhausted and wants to take a break to plan for the future and his priorities The last work of Roger Federer was consumed on Sunday, when he secured his nation staying in the main draw of the Davis Cup for 2013. The tennis player has won both […]

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Andy Murray hoping for a Scottish academy

September 19, 2012

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows Andy Murray promotes the creation of a national sports center in his country of origin After 76 years of fasting without a Grand Slam champion, the British people finally saw one of their offspring get on the top step of the podium in a Grand Slam. The champion, fresh from his victory […]

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Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl: Different players with a similar history

September 13, 2012

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows Andy Murray is still one of the main topics of discussion on TV and in the newspapers (particularly the British ones!) after his epic battle against defending US Open champion, Novak Djokovic on Monday night, after a grueling five set match that lasted almost 5 hours that boasted exquisite rallies in each […]

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Roger Federer is nervous about playing on the clay for Davis Cup

September 13, 2012

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By Lisa-Marie Burrows Roger admits to a Swiss newspaper of feeling a bit tired and afraid of the surface on which he will face the Netherlands In an interview with a Swiss newspaper, Roger Federer has expressed his concerns about the Davis Cup playoff against the Netherlands to stay in the World Group. The match […]

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