1. Roger Federer's Play at Swiss Indoors Basel 2014 Proves He Should End Year No. 1

    In a development that would have been shocking a few months ago, Roger Federer has a chance to be the No. 1 player in the world at the end of the season...

    Rob Goldberg Written by Rob Goldberg about 3 months ago 18,515 reads 91 comments

  2. Winners and Losers from Shanghai Masters Sets Up ATP Race to London

    Roger Federer insists on winning more championships and creating more history. His victory to win the 2014 Shanghai Rolex Masters may not have been the upset of the year, but it's another remarkable anecdote in his storied career...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 8,274 reads 41 comments

  3. Roger Federer vs. Gilles Simon: Score and Results for 2014 Shanghai Final

    There aren't many certainties in life. Roger Federer 's ability to dominate on the tennis court, even in the twilight of his career, remains one of them...

    Timothy Rapp Written by Timothy Rapp about 4 months ago 13,395 reads 25 comments

  4. Novak Djokovic vs. Roger Federer Has Been 2014's Standout Rivalry

    Once again ranked as the top-two players in the world, No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 2 Roger Federer have faced each other five times and counting in 2014, producing some fascinating and barnstorming contests...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 4 months ago 12,543 reads 108 comments

  5. Roger Federer vs. Gilles Simon: FedEx Will Cruise to Easy Title Win in Shanghai

    Roger Federer is doing what he does best in China, which is continue to defy both aging and a slew of world-class opposition trying to dethrone him as the face of tennis...

    Steven Cook Written by Steven Cook about 4 months ago 7,648 reads 35 comments

  6. Roger Federer's Late-Season Surge Proves He Will Dominate in 2015

    Roger Federer 's best days on the tennis court might be behind him, but that doesn't mean the 17-time major winner isn't capable of dominating anyone in the world...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 4 months ago 12,798 reads 95 comments

  7. Even Roger Federer Is Baffled by 'Random' Sign at Shanghai Masters

    Roger Federer is a world idol, and fans flock to see him no matter where he plays. He has seen all sorts of banners from fans proclaiming their love for him, but even the ...

    Sean Fay Written by Sean Fay about 4 months ago 35,350 reads 12 comments

  8. Roger Federer Will Surpass Slumping Rafael Nadal for World No. 2 in Shanghai

    No. 3 Roger Federer is poised for a boost in his world ranking as he prepares for the impending Shanghai Rolex Masters. With Novak Djokovic locked into the No. 1 seed, only 285 points separate Federer from No...

    Sean ODonnell Written by Sean ODonnell about 4 months ago 14,294 reads 38 comments

  9. What's at Stake for Men's Tennis Superstars at Shanghai Rolex Masters?

    The Shanghai Rolex Masters is the peak of the Asian tennis swing, and there is plenty at stake for the top superstars on the men’s tour...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 4 months ago 11,573 reads 57 comments

  10. Roger Federer's Fans in India Oblige Photoshop Request with Hilarious Tweets

    Roger Federer took a quick trip to India recently, but unlike the fashion in which he excels on the tennis court, he couldn't get to all the places he wanted...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 4 months ago 7,057 reads 2 comments

  11. The Race for the ATP World Tour Finals Heats Up: Previewing the 'Asian Swing'

    As the focus of men’s tennis is shifting from one city of skyscrapers to many more, in some of the world’s most populous places in Asia, the battle to reach the World Tour Finals ...

    Matt McGladrigan Written by Matt McGladrigan about 4 months ago 6,509 reads 14 comments

  12. The Most Incredible Stats from Tennis' Top Male Stars in 2014

    Within the bubble of sport, statistics are simultaneously pored over and rejected. While they don't tell the whole story, what they can provide is a solid indication of strengths and weaknesses...

    Will Medlock Written by Will Medlock about 4 months ago 1,262 reads 2 comments

  13. What a 2014 Davis Cup Title for the Swiss Would Mean to Roger Federer

    Roger Federer has 17 Grand Slams and 80 career ATP titles. Yet there is one title that has eluded him his entire career...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 4 months ago 12,781 reads 12 comments

  14. Is 2014 Men's Tennis Weaker or Stronger Than Recent Golden Era?

    Now that 2014 has completed all four majors in men’s tennis, it’s clear that the sport is in a transitional period...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 8,131 reads 67 comments

  15. The Biggest Dates Left on the Tennis Calendar in 2014

    Marin Cilic 's cross-court backhand at the U.S. Open brought to a close the 2014 Grand Slams. However, for those players just above and below the Croat in the rankings the biggest dates in the calendar are yet to come...

    Will Medlock Written by Will Medlock about 5 months ago 560 reads 0 comments

  16. The Biggest Reasons to Believe the Big 4 Era in Men's Tennis Is Over

    The Big Four era in tennis may soon be over. Speculation about who would break up the dominant reign of Roger Federer , Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray has gone on for months...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 5 months ago 13,669 reads 61 comments

  17. Roger Federer Missed Best Chance He'll Ever Have to Capture 18th Grand Slam

    With his semifinal defeat to Marin Cilic at the 2014 U.S. Open, Roger Federer surrendered what will surely be his best shot at winning an 18th Grand Slam title and putting even more distance between himself and Pete Sampras...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 5 months ago 16,110 reads 97 comments

  18. Kei Nishikori's Future Extremely Bright Despite Loss in 2014 US Open Final

    Kei Nishikori 's run through the U.S. Open was, to put it mildly, eventful. This was Mike Tyson's Punch Out and he was Little Mac, ascending through better and better opponents ...

    Brendan O'Meara Written by Brendan O'Meara about 5 months ago 4,352 reads 14 comments

  19. Ranking the Top 5 Men's Finals in US Open History

    From a Swiss to an Argentine, the Arthur Ashe court has proved to be a cornerstone for many a glittering career. The U.S. Open men's final has the ability to be a panacea for the year just gone, one last chance to clinch a life-defining moment...

    Will Medlock Written by Will Medlock about 5 months ago 417 reads 0 comments

  20. Roger Federer Misses Last Chance to Win a Grand Slam Title at 2014 US Open

    NEW YORK — Suddenly, Roger Federer looked older. It wasn ’t so much the creases in his face, the age lines. It was the creases in his game. It was the inability to handle Marin Cilic , to whom he never before had lost...

    Art Spander Written by Art Spander about 5 months ago 49,920 reads 73 comments

  21. What Roger Federer's Loss to Marin Cilic Means for Remainder of 2014

    Roger Federer entered the 2014 U.S. Open with visions of an 18th career Grand Slam title, but the Swiss star was ousted in the semifinals by Marin Cilic ...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 5 months ago 10,883 reads 15 comments

  22. Roger Federer's Biggest Keys to Victory in US Open Semifinal vs. Marin Cilic

    Roger Federer is up against more than your average No. 14 seed when he faces Marin Cilic in Saturday's 2014 U.S. Open semifinal...

    Steven Cook Written by Steven Cook about 5 months ago 3,040 reads 32 comments

  23. Roger Federer's Key to Winning the 2014 US Open Is His Composure

    The expected 2014 U.S. Open semifinal berth was slipping away from Roger Federer . Two sets and one hour of lackluster play. The Swiss Maestro battled himself as much as Gael Monfils ...

    Jeremy Eckstein Written by Jeremy Eckstein about 5 months ago 5,596 reads 80 comments

  24. US Open 2014: Roger Federer Defies Age, Shows Champion's Grit in 5-Set Thriller

    NEW YORK — He was down two sets to none, and even Roger Federer thought the end might be near, that he could be knocked out of the U.S. Open, that his chances for that one last Grand Slam had vanished...

    Art Spander Written by Art Spander about 5 months ago 31,604 reads 31 comments

  25. US Open 2014 Men's Semifinal: Cilic vs. Federer Preview and Prediction

    Did the five-time U.S. Open champ come back from down two sets to none against No. 20 Gael Monfils ? Who thought after the first two sets that Roger Federer could win three sets ...

    Brendan O'Meara Written by Brendan O'Meara about 5 months ago 17,579 reads 19 comments