1. El Clásico: Barcalona's Champions League Luck Contunues at Santiago Bernabéu

    Since 2006, the way that Barcelona FC has found itself in the Champions League final has been from fortuitous circumstances...

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  2. Juan Martin Del Potro Is Back to His Best, but Is That a Good Thing?

    Juan Martin Del Potro ’s long journey on the comeback trail is going even better than expected. After the Australian Open, where he was defeated in the second round, he ...

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  3. Indian Wells' Hercules and the Titan: Rafael Nadal Downs Karlovic To Reach Semis

    The Spaniard might not have been playing against his nemesis Roger Federer , but this victory over 208 cm (6 ft 10 in) Croatian Ivo Karlovic with a thrilling 5-7, 6-1, 7-6, could be considered a Herculean task...

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  4. Chelsea FC, You Are Not a Big Football Club Yet

    Dear Chelsea, Although you have the economic power to do anything you like, you will not be able to be considered a big club just yet...

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  5. Fernando Torres, Liverpool, Chelsea, English and Champions League

    Fernando Torres "I am joining a team that is at the top level,” Torres stated, “There is not another level after Chelsea . I am joining with big names like Terry, Lampard, Drogba and Anelka and I can be part of this great team...

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  6. 2011 Australian Open: Rounding Up Our Final Thoughts

    I have to say that this year, the Australian Open did not really excite me as much as previous years. There were not enough great matches throughout the tournament that caused great excitement...

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  7. Rafael Nadal and His Fitness Conundrum

    Rafael Nadal is at it again. The season has not even started, and already there has been trouble with his fitness...

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  8. John McEnroe: Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer Still the Men To Beat

    After Roger Federer winning the Australian Open and Rafael Nadal winning the remaining three Grand Slams in 2010, there was no reason for John McEnroe to think of any different scenario than Nadal and Federer dominating the game again this year...

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  9. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer: An Evolution of Ivan Lendl

    It is a shame that Ivan “The Terminator” Lendl does not get more praise for what he achieved in tennis. He is hardly, if ever, mentioned in the same breath of some of the tennis greats...

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  10. Tennis Profile: The Man Behind The Player, Toni Nadal

    Nearly all media attention usually goes to the tennis player, and rightly so. He or she is the one in the spotlight, the one battling it out with another opponent in order to accomplish something...

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  11. Tennis Flashback: Where Were You On That Special Day In 2008?

    Just in case you do not know which day I’m talking about, it was Sunday, July 6, 2008. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were contesting in the 122 nd Wimbledon final and in their 18 th personal encounter...

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  12. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer Becoming Greater Than Tennis Itself

    Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have had another great year filled with history. They met in two important finals, each winning one. They have both equaled or broken records and they have both finished the year in the No...

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  13. Worst Manchester United Team in Years Tops English Premier League, But How?

    What is going on? How is it even possible? Manchester United is top of the premier league with a two-point cushion over Chelsea and Arsenal...

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  14. Rafael Nadal vs. Roger Federer: Final Quotes and Stats After WTF

    Roger Federer won his record equalling fifth season-ending championship on Sunday with a 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 victory over world number one Rafael Nadal . The other two players who have achieved the feat were Ivan Lendl and Pete Sampras...

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  15. Rafael Nadal Will Bid To Emulate Andre Agassi at the World Tour Finals

    Rafael Nadal plays his first match at the World Tour Finals today versus Andy Roddick, where he will bid to become just the second male tennis player since the Open Era to complete the Career Super Slam...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Dimitri Kay about 4 years ago 1,949 reads 58 comments

  16. Tennis: Can This Majestic Sport Ever Be Considered an Art

    I was speaking to a sociologist/artist the other day that was adamant in explaining to me that sport and tennis in general cannot be considered an art...

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  17. Robin Soderling Claims Maiden Masters Title in Paris

    Robin Sordeling, a two-time French Open finalist, played a very intelligent and practically faultless match to claim his first Masters 1000 Series title 6-1, 7-6 (1) against home favorite Gael Monfils ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Dimitri Kay about 4 years ago 159 reads 2 comments

  18. Rafael Nadal's Stubborness Could Be the Root of His Downfall

    We all know about Rafael Nadal ’s great tennis attributes. He’s fast, explosive, intelligent, exuberant, and mentally strong. He’s extremely fit, and contrary to what people think, a very good all-around player...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Dimitri Kay about 4 years ago 1,999 reads 47 comments

  19. Roger Federer Wins Davidoff Swiss Indoors for Fourth Title of the Year

    Roger Federer won the Davidoff Swiss Indoors today, defeating Novak Djokovic 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 to win his second consecutive tournament, having won the If Stockholm Open last month...

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  20. Jury is Out on Tomas Berdych: We Have Had Enough of You

    Tomas Berdych has been very annoying this year. In fact, he has been annoying throughout his career. True tennis fans cannot seem to like him, because every time anybody begins ...

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  21. Kay's View: If Only Gareth Bale Were English

    "Taxi for Maicon" is what the Spurs fans started singing last night after Gareth Bale made a mockery of the highly rated defender...

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  22. Fedal Wars: Looking at Who is GOAT from a Different Angle

    The constant bickering is all about who is the GOAT. Nadal or Federer, Federer or Nadal. How does one measure GOATness? There are many variables to consider...

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  23. Elena Dementieva Announces Retirement from Women's Tennis after Defeat in Doha

    Elena Dementieva shocked the tennis world Friday when she announced that she would be retiring from tennis. The surprise announcement came straight after her final professional match against Italian Francesca Schiavone in which she lost, 6-4 6-2...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Dimitri Kay about 4 years ago 1,398 reads 4 comments

  24. Kay's View: Manchester United, Listen to Your Fans

    Gone are the days when Manchester United use to have a business plan that worked on its own profit, with cheap ticket prices. Gone are the days when United had a team full of passion, and when no player was ever as big as the club...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Dimitri Kay about 4 years ago 389 reads 3 comments

  25. Tennis: Ranking the Best Quotes of All Time

    The only discussion that seems to be going around is who is the greatest tennis player of all time. In order for us to take a break from that discussion and talk about something a ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Dimitri Kay about 4 years ago 4,823 reads 19 comments