1. Australian Open 2012: Novak Djokovic Versus Rafael Nadal. Repeat or Reversal?

    It is almost the final Sunday, and we have the usual suspects Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal in the final...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 4,619 reads 18 comments

  2. Australian Open 2012: Roger Federer's Chances of Beating Rafael Nadal Not Bad

    I know. The numbers are stacked against Roger Federer almost wherever and whenever he meets Rafael Nadal ...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 3,610 reads 20 comments

  3. Australian Open 2012: Roger Federer Clashes with Up-and-Comer Bernard Tomic

    The Roger Federer versus Bernard Tomic match is by far the most interesting of the Big Four fourth-rounders. One can't help but see similarities between this match and the Roger Feder versus Pete Sampras match in Wimbledon's fourth round in 2001...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 1,019 reads 3 comments

  4. Roger Federer Meets Dr. Ivo Karlovic. Bernard Tomic Takes on Alexandr Dolgopolov

    We're on day five of the Australian Open and there are some intriguing matches coming up. World No. 3 Roger Federer faces the tallest player on the tour as 6'10 Ivo Karlovic will be standing on the other side of the net looking down on him...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 624 reads 4 comments

  5. Australian Open: Roger Federer to Meet Rafael Nadal—Preview of the Men's Draw

    The draw for the Australian Open is finally out and some will feel luckier than others. First the shocker: Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are in the same half of the draw and ...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 1,239 reads 34 comments

  6. Roger Federer Will Win Calendar Slam; John Isner Will Win Australian Open 2012

    (Humor) Take One: John Isner Will Definitely Win the Australian Open Why, you ask, my dear reader? Because I say so. And because he hasn't won anything big yet, so it is his time...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 768 reads 17 comments

  7. Who Are the Australian Open Favourites Among the Men?

    There's a lot of talk about odds and who's rated and overrated on the site. This article is my two cents on the matter and an attempt to add some common sense...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 7,948 reads 47 comments

  8. Milos Raonic Wins Chennai: Is He Now a Dark Horse for the Australian Open?

    I hadn't seen Milos Raonic prior to last year's Australian Open, where he made it to the fourth round, beating Michael Llodra and Mikhail Youzhny in the process...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 2,268 reads 49 comments

  9. Novak Djokovic: Can This Man Win 4 Slams in a Row and Complete a Novak Slam?

    Can Novak Djokovic do what both Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer failed to do? Can he become the first man since Rod Laver to win four consecutive slams in a row? Admittedly, ...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 3,459 reads 37 comments

  10. Roger Federer Withdraws from Doha Semis, Citing Bad Back

    It was tweeted yesterday by Swiss journalist and Roger Federer biographer Renee Stauffer that Federer has a bad back, an injury he sustained in his second-round match in Doha...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 559 reads 17 comments

  11. Novak Djokovic: Still the Man to Beat

    World No. 1 Novak Djokovic spent the first nine months of 2011 on a high and ended on a low with two loses at the World Tour Finals in London as injuries and fatigue caught up with him...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 2,319 reads 7 comments

  12. Men's Tennis: The Big One, Big Two, Big Three or Big Four?

    The 2011 season has seen a new king rise to the tennis throne. Novak Djokovic surpassed both Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer , a duo that had ruled tennis from 2004 onwards. Those three men have been ranked No...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 4,503 reads 45 comments

  13. Novak Djokovic: What's in Store for the World's No. 1 in 2012

    2011 was a never-ending fairytale for the world's No. 1, Novak Djokovic . After being stuck at No. 3 behind Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal since 2007, the Serb took matters in his own hands and leapfrogged the two legends of the game...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 2,791 reads 64 comments

  14. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal: How They Fared Against Top 10 Through the Years

    Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are two of the greatest players ever to grace the sport of tennis. But who fairs better against top-notch competition? In other words, who has the ...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 3,890 reads 74 comments

  15. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: Looking Back and Ahead; Is He Ready to Battle the Big Four?

    I became an instant fan of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga as I watched his run in the Australian Open 2008. I've always had a preference for attacking tennis played with variety and touch and Tsonga did just that...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 1,487 reads 23 comments

  16. Rafael Nadal: What to Expect from the Great Warrior in 2012?

    Rafael Nadal has not had a bad year. He’s had the kind of year that most tennis players would be willing to trade their entire careers for...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 4,647 reads 46 comments

  17. Roger Federer and Andy Murray: Could One of Them Become World No. 1 in 2012?

    Could Andy Murray or Roger Federer become world No. 1 at some point during 2012? Say what? Have I already forgotten that Novak Djokovic ruled tennis in 2011 and Rafael Nadal was his bridesmaid? No...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 4,153 reads 101 comments

  18. The 7 Most Likely Candidates to Break the Big Four's Stronghold on the Game

    A year has passed and positions have been swapped, but the four names at the top of the rankings are still the same. In tennis lingo, they are simply known as the Big Four...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 12,389 reads 39 comments

  19. Roger Federer: Comparing His 2010 and 2011 Finish and Drawing the Lessons

    World No. 3 Roger Federer has once again enjoyed a terrific post-U.S. Open season. In 2010, he lost the U.S. Open semifinal to Novak Djokovic after being two match points up on Djokovic' serve...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 2,515 reads 35 comments

  20. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal: Why Indoors Is an Altogether Different Ball Game

    Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal 's head-to-head record have been analyzed, analyzed more and then over-analyzed...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 1,304 reads 262 comments

  21. Roger Federer Wins 6th World Tour Finals Title Against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

    In a match no one deserved to lose, Roger Federer came out as winner in a tight, well-played and extremely intense match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga ...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 5,078 reads 50 comments

  22. Roger Federer Meets Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in World Tour Finals Final, a Preview

    We’ve found our two finalists at the World Tour Finals: Roger Federer meets Jo-Wilfried Tsonga for the second—no wait—third consecutive Sunday...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 1,155 reads 39 comments

  23. Roger Federer Beats David Ferrer in Straigths, Advances to His 100th Final

    Roger Federer beat David Ferrer 7-5, 6-3 to secure his place in the World Tour Finals final tomorrow. It will be his 7 th final at the year-end championship and his 100 th ATP tour level final...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 494 reads 16 comments

  24. World Tour Finals: Preview and Analysis of the Men's Semifinals

    We’ve found our semifinalists and they are not exactly the usual suspects. I was wrong in my pre-tournament predictions , but at least fairly right with regards to dark horses...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 302 reads 2 comments

  25. Novak Djokovic: Why He's Still Likely to Proceed to the Semis Despite Losing

    It is not often that a loss can be good or at least not devastating for you. But in the round robin format, you can end up in some very strange scenarios...

    Andreas Written by Andreas about over 2 years ago 1,547 reads 27 comments