French Open 2011 – Day 1 – Novak Djokovic Continues Winning Streak at French Open 2011, Roger Federer won in straight set, Zvonareva, Stosur and Schiavone move on.
Andy Roddick is a tennis player who has seen the game change before his eyes and has comfortably adapted to the changes both on and off the court.
There are so many good choices at the 2010 U.S. Open that a longshot has a strong chance to outdistance a few veterans and walk away with a stirring championship in a fortnight or so. Defending titleholder, Juan Martin DelPotro, will be missing but Argentina has reason to be confident as their newest ace, hot David Nalbandian goes headhunting.
Argentine David Nalbandian matched an impeccable first set with a streaky second set to capture his 11th career ATP title.
Marcos Baghdatis and David Nalbandian proved to be the two best players at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic in Washington this week where there is just one match left on Sunday.
The rain could not hide the tears as American’s Fish, Roddick, Sweeting and Isner all fell at the Legg Mason Tournament on Thursday.
Seven matches were contested on the grass at The Queen’s Club on Thursday and the only the very brave survived.
In a weekend of startling upsets, the final French player retired after just one set while 3rd seeded Andy Murray was eliminated and 2nd seeded Venus Williams suffered an unexpected setback in the women’s division.
He is mortal, after all. The question is, is the greatest player to ever hold a racket more mortal than ever? For the second week in a row, top seed Roger Federer took an unexpected tumble on Tuesday in Miami.
Roger Federer ran into some unexpected resistance at the hands of Frenchman Florent Serra but the top seed managed to hold on for a 7-6 (2), 7-6 (3) third round victory at the Sony Ericsson Miami Open on Monday.