1. Women's Tennis Power Rankings: Maria Sharapova Leads the Way to New York

    The green lawns of the All England Club and the red dirt of Roland Garros have faded into the background and the U.S. summer hard court season is quickly accelerating to its final and ultimate destination: the US Open...

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  2. Women's Tennis Power Rankings: China's Li Na Conquers Paris, Wimbledon Next

    China is known for its domination in the sport of table-tennis, but in tennis it is a completely different story. Indeed, tennis has long been dominated by players from Europe, America and Australia...

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  3. Men's Tennis Power Ranking: Unstoppable Djokovic Threatens Federer-Nadal Duopoly

    Ever since early April, the clay war has been raging on in the world of tennis. From Casablanca to Belgrade, from Monte-Carlo to Rome, tennis warriors have been fighting it out on the red dirt for glory and pride...

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  4. Women's Tennis Power Rankings: Victoria Azarenka Tops List with Miami Victory

    Since the conclusion of the first major of the year—the Australian Open—there has been 11 tournaments and ten winners on the WTA tour. The only double-titlist? Caroline Wozniacki, the current world No...

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  5. Final Women's Tennis Power Rankings: Caroline Wozniacki Holds on To the Top Spot

    With the conclusion of the WTA Championships at Doha and the Commonwealth Bank Tournament of Champions at Bali, 2010 women’s tennis season is officially over...

    Ronger Fengerer Written by Ronger Fengerer about 4 years ago 852 reads 17 comments

  6. Men's Tennis Power Rankings: Andy Murray Masters Roger Federer Again

    The three-week five-tournament Asian hard-court swing ended last Sunday at the Shanghai Rolex Masters. The following players left with one more title on their career list: Guillermo ...

    Ronger Fengerer Written by Ronger Fengerer about 4 years ago 1,398 reads 13 comments

  7. Women's Tennis Power Rankings: Caroline Wozniacki Leads the Way To US Open

    [This is part of the Power Ranking series ran by JA Allen, Marianne Bevis and Ronger Fengerer (Feng Rong)] The final Grand Slam of the year, the US Open, is just a few days away...

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  8. Men's Tennis Power Rankings: Rafael Nadal Is the Undisputed King

    The Championships at Wimbledon have come and gone, just like that. It has been a historic tournament, especially with the Queen's visit (on June 24) and the longest match in tennis history (John Isner vs...

    Ronger Fengerer Written by Ronger Fengerer about over 4 years ago 889 reads 24 comments

  9. Men's Tennis Power Rankings: Rafael Nadal Claims the Crown With a Roar

    "Rafa Nadal best ever on clay...period," said Andy Roddick in a Twitter message after the Spaniard completed the unprecedented "Clay Slam" on Sunday. I guess most of us would agree...

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  10. Women's Tennis Power Rankings: Samantha Stosur Soars to the Top

    We are now three weeks into the clay-court season, and four clay-court tournaments have been completed. With four more Premier events in the next few weeks leading to Roland Garros, the best is yet to come...

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  11. Men's Tennis Power Rankings: Andy Roddick Is the New Power King

    With the first two Masters 1000 tournaments of the season concluded, the men's tour shifts to the Europe clay swing. Almost all the top players were in action at both Indian Wells and Miami, providing us a clear picture of their current form...

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  12. Women's Tennis Power Rankings: Williams Sisters Still On Top

    The Williams sisters are absent from the so-called "Premier Mandatory" event at Indian Wells as usual. (Not sure why? check out JA Allen's recent article here...

    Ronger Fengerer Written by Ronger Fengerer about almost 5 years ago 610 reads 2 comments

  13. Men's Tennis Power Rankings: Sam Querrey Edges Roger Federer on Top

    With the exception of Novak Djokovic, the ATP top five has not competed since the conclusion of the Australian Open. Since then, there have been two ATP 500 events, which shook up the power rankings quite a bit...

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  14. Near Misses: David Nalbandian vs. Rafael Nadal, Indian Wells 2009

    David Nalbandian began the 2009 season in style, winning the Sydney title. Rafael Nadal began his 2009 campaign with a loss to Gael Monfils in Doha, but seemed invincible after winning his first hard-court Grand Slam in Melbourne...

    Ronger Fengerer Written by Ronger Fengerer about 5 years ago 893 reads 10 comments

  15. Final Men's Tennis Power Rankings of 2009: All Hail the Iron King!

    What a season it has been! Though Roger Federer did not win the year-end championship, few could argue that 2009 was the "Year of Roger Federer...

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  16. Men's Tennis Power Ranking: The Rise of "The Machine"

    The three-week, five-tournament Asian swing has come to an end. With a 500 event in Beijing and a new Masters 1000 event in Shanghai, it appears that China is the future tennis center of Asia...

    Ronger Fengerer Written by Ronger Fengerer about 5 years ago 2,038 reads 24 comments

  17. Women's Tennis Power Ranking: Kim Clijsters Still the Queen

    For most girls on the WTA tour, the two weeks following the conclusion of the US Open were eventless, except of course for the new face in our Top Ten, Shahar Peer...

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  18. The Era of "Fab Five" Is Upon Us

    With Juan Martin Del Potro's stunning victory over Roger Federer, the Grand Slam season of 2009 has come to an emphatic end...

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  19. U.S. Open: Getting to Know Li Na

    Name: Li, Na Country: P.R. China Current WTA ranking: 19 Career titles: Two Plays: Right-handed, two-handed backhand This year's U.S. Open has seen many new faces in the quarterfinals on the women's side, including the "upset queen" Melanie Oudin...

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  20. Men's Tennis Power Ranking: Roger Federer in Top Form

    128-->64-->32-->16. After three rounds of exciting tennis at US Open 2009, only 16 players still have their dream of glory alive...

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  21. The Power Ranking System for ATP and WTA

    The power ranking is aimed to provide a somewhat scientific measure of players' current form. This is achieved by putting more weight on a player's performance in more recent tournaments...

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  22. Rogers Cup: The Top Six

    The much anticipated Rogers Cup, the first of back-to-back Masters events, has finally begun. After a much storied summer, the first major tournament in the US Open series is sure to bring more drama leading into the final Slam of the year...

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  23. Federer/Nadal Four Years at The Top, Thanks to The "Djoker"

    It was July 25th., 2005. Rafael Nadal became ATP No. 2 after clinching the Stuttgart title. Since then, Nadal and Roger Federer have occupied the top two spots of the ATP ranking for four straight years (and counting...

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