by Rajat Jain
In tennis, the offseason between the outgoing year’s World Tour Finals (or the previous other names by which the year’s final ATP tournament was called) and the upcoming year’s first tournament is never too long... Read More »
by Rohini Iyer
The question of 'what if' is something that runs like a loop in one's mind especially if things do not pan out the way one wants them to; it plagues and demoralises the thought process, leaves ... Read More »
by Sergey Zikov
Let's go back in time a couple years. Say, to 2005. Roger Federer had just mowed American Andy Roddick off the All-England Club lawn in straight sets for his third Wimbledon title in as many years... Read More »
by Rob York
I consider it a sign of maturity that you can like someone an awful lot and not like everything about them. With that in mind, I welcome you to Change One Thing, a feature in which we imagine the one thing we wish our favorite players would do differently Read More »
by Poulomee Basu
I read Rob's excellent article yesterday (http://bleacherreport.com/articles/119382-atp-nadal-tests-positive-for-kryptonite-spoof) and i thought i will write some good old fashioned roger vs rafa stuff... Read More »
by Rohini Iyer
Rafa Nadal became the first Spaniard on the 2nd February 2009 to win an Australian Open. Defeating Federer in an another back-to-back epic final, he made the Swiss master and his fans wait agonisingly yet again for his 14...
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