1. Andrea Petkovic Leads German Tennis' Return to Prominence

    There was a time when German tennis prospered with stars such as Steffi Graf and Boris Becker. Both world No. 1 players became legends in their country...

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  2. Fernando Verdasco and the 10 Worst Performances of the Week

    Monte-Carlos has come to an end with a record sevend consecutive titles for Mr. Clay. However there are several players who's road to Roland Garros seem that much farther away...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about 3 years ago 2,119 reads 11 comments

  3. Grandes Español: Rafael Nadal and the Top 10 Spanish Tennis Players in History

    The quarterfinals of the French Open were under way on June 3, 1986. The World No. 1 Ivan Lendl defeated Ecuador's Andres Gomez 6-7, 7-6, 6-0, 6-0...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about 3 years ago 6,561 reads 7 comments

  4. Rafael Nadal: Will He Dominate the Clay Court Season Once More?

    Rafael Nadal 's cruise has come to an end. The World No. 1, who has not won a title since Tokyo last October, will begin his quest to defend his titles in Monte Carlo, Rome, Madrid, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about 3 years ago 857 reads 22 comments

  5. 2011 French Open: Top 10 Women's Contenders at Roland Garros

    Get ready to consult the best astrologers in the planet to have the name of the 2011 French Open champion on the ladies side...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about 3 years ago 2,301 reads 8 comments

  6. Rafael Nadal and the 10 Best Clay Court Players in the Open Era

    Tennis was first played on grass starting in 1860 on the courts of Wimbledon. Many at that time already thought the costs to maintain them were very expensive, while some had the idea to lower the charges and create another surface...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 5,305 reads 18 comments

  7. An Earthquake Named Novak Djokovic

    Who could have predicted Rafael Nadal would not be the overwhelming favorite to win on clay at the start of the season? As the European clay court season is looming, the king of clay will have to overcome the biggest challenge of his career...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 1,021 reads 21 comments

  8. Roger Federer Down but Not Out Just Yet

    Remember when someone in the Bleacher Report writer section suggested Roger Federer should skip the entire clay court season? After watching the 16-time Grand Slam champion ...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 780 reads 25 comments

  9. Kim Clijsters: How Did She Save 5 Match Points at the Sony Ericsson Open?

    So, you think the body plays a bigger role in tennis than the mind? Don't tell that to Ana Ivanovic, who lost to world No...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 760 reads 6 comments

  10. Jelena Dokic and WTA Tour Players Coming Back to the Top

    Jelena Dokic is on the rise again after winning the Malaysian Open at the start of the month. The Australian, who made a name for herself back at the 2000 Wimbledon Championship ...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 1,288 reads 1 comments

  11. Roger Federer: Why Should He Skip the French Open?

    The greatness of all champions is that they play all the majors and the Masters 1000 even if the odds are against them...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 4,264 reads 55 comments

  12. Novak Djokovic's Statement

    Novak Djokovic has shut down his critics about his abilities of becoming World No. 1 over the last 10 days...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 364 reads 1 comments

  13. Moving Toward a Nadal Vs. Djokovic Final in Indian Wells

    It's not shocking news to find Federer, Nadal and Djokovic in the quarterfinal of the BNP Paribas Masters as all three were expected to reach this latest stage for the first Masters 1000 of the season...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 2,079 reads 21 comments

  14. Sharapova V Safina : Why This Encounter Could Play a Key Role in the 2011 Season

    While many are talking about Wozniacki, Clijsters, or the Williams sisters to win most of the important tournaments this season, some have forgot to mention Russians Dinara Safina or Maria Sharapova for very good reasons...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 766 reads 2 comments

  15. Can Juan Martin Del Potro Surprise the World Again?

    Juan-Martin Del Potro is on the rise again! The Argentine crushed former top-10 player Radek Stepanek, 6-4, 6-0, to reach the second round of the BNP Paribas Masters in Indian Wells...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 747 reads 7 comments

  16. Novak Djokovic: Will He Overtake Rafael Nadal to Become World No. 1?

    Get ready for Novak Djokovic to become World No. 1! It won't happen this month, it might not even happen this year, but if the Serb goes on to play with the same consistency ...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 2,778 reads 21 comments

  17. Serena Williams : Will She Be Ready to Compete at the French Open?

    Although Serena Williams recently suffered a pulmonary embolism, there's a good chance the former world number one will be ready to compete at the Grand Slam on the clay court in France twelve weeks from now...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 1,726 reads 12 comments

  18. Davis Cup First Round: Rafael Nadal Returns

    Some might not want to be in Ruben Bemelman's shoes this weekend. The World No. 144 prepares to play no less than Rafael Nadal in the first round of the Davis Cup on Friday. The World No...

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  19. Rafael Nadal: Why This Clay Court Season Might Not Be As Easy As the Last One

    Even though the European clay court season is still a month and a half away, it would be premature to assume Rafael Nadal will have the ride he had in 2010, when he won Monte-Carlo, Rome, Madrid and Roland Garros...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 2,361 reads 53 comments

  20. Melanie Oudin : Can the American Win a WTA Tournament ?

    US Open fans remember when Melanie Oudin reached the quarterfinals of the last Grand Slam of the season in 2009. Since then, the Georgia native has not been the same. Some use the power of the moment to boost themselves, while other collapse...

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  21. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer: Where Are They?

    February and December are probably the worst months of the year in men's tennis—it is the period when the best players take a break...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 3,553 reads 27 comments

  22. Caroline Wozniacki: Does She Deserve the No. 1 Ranking?

    Once more, many stories will be written in the coming days about Caroline Wozniacki reclaiming the world No. 1 spot...

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  23. Andy Roddick : Will He Be a Top Contender Again at Grand Slams ?

    Is Andy Roddick still having a good time on a tennis court? Is it fun for the American to be dumped out of a major before the quarter-finals? Does he really believe he can still ...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 1,251 reads 21 comments

  24. Petra Kvitova Defeats No. 1 Kim Clijsters To Claim the 2011 Open GDF Suez Title

    Despite being in the stands with her family, Jada Clijsters was not paying attention to the match. The three-year-old maybe didn't even realise Kim was defeated when playing for her second Paris GDF Suez trophy...

    Gregory Lanzenberg Written by Gregory Lanzenberg about over 3 years ago 445 reads 2 comments

  25. Kim Clijsters Returns To The World Number One Spot

    Five years ago, Kim Clijsters was the No. 1 player in the World. Not many would have believed she would be at this position once she decided to retire...

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