1. Gasquet vs. Davydenko: Doha Final Preview and Prediction

    The first ATP final of the 2013 season has dawned upon us in Doha as Richard Gasquet of France and Nikolay Davydenko of Russia contest the crowning match of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open...

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  2. Gael Monfils: Too Good for His Own Good?

    We all know or knew that one student during our high school years who had all the brains but absolutely zero drive to effectively manage their intellectual prowess...

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  3. Player Analysis: The Backhand of Novak Djokovic

    Novak Djokovic arguably possesses the greatest double-handed backhand of all time. A rhythmic and coordinated piece of artistry, Djokovic's backhand is a true powerhouse...

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  4. John Isner: Better on Clay or Grass?

    Whether he welcomes it or not, John Isner will always be remembered for his opening-round match in the 2010 edition of Wimbledon...

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  5. Andy Murray: The Lessons and Beauty of Failure

    We are often told that any form of success, whether small or large, is invariably preceded by failure. As history prescribes to us, failure has proven to be a catalyst, not a hindrance, toward fulfilling the goals we set out for ourselves...

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  6. Tennis' Big Four: Who Can Stop Them?

    The comprehensive stranglehold Roger Federer , Novak Djokovic , Rafael Nadal , and Andy Murray (aka "the Big Four") have had on the tennis world over the last decade has been breathtaking to watch...

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  7. Top 10 Profile: David Ferrer

    The second player we will examine in this series is none other than the Spanish stalwart, David Ferrer ...

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  8. Top 10 Profile: Andy Murray

    In this ten part series, I am going to breakdown and dissect the strengths and weaknesses of each player in the top 10... The series will include the following players... 1. Roger Federer (SUI) 2...

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  9. Federer-Murray: Dissecting the Significance of the Olympic Finals

    Roger Federer and Andy Murray are set to provide tennis fans around the world with a sense of deja vu that is striking in both its immediacy and significance...

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  10. Roger Federer: Documenting the Greatness of a Living Legend

    "A tennis masterclass" "A near faultless display" "Completely dominant" "Unleashed his full array of shots" "Inspired play" "Federer maintained his brilliance" ...

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  11. Federer, Djokovic or Nadal: Who Has Had the Best 2012?

    Before I proceed, I would like to state that the main purpose of this article is to arouse a lively and healthy debate over the current power struggle that exists within the ATP World Tour...

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  12. Wimbledon 2012, Federer vs. Djokovic: Three Keys to Victory for the Swiss

    Third seed Roger Federer will square off with world No. 1 and defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic in Friday's first semifinal. Centre Court will be the venue for the 27th encounter between these two esteemed greats...

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  13. Wimbledon 2012: How Lukas Rosol's Performance for the Ages Took Down Rafa Nadal

    As of 2012, Lukas Rosol had lost five consecutive times at Wimbledon. In the qualifying tournament. In the first round. To quantify the outcome of his fiction-like match with world No...

    Nick Nemeroff Written by Nick Nemeroff about over 2 years ago 1,360 reads 9 comments

  14. Rafael Nadal: Analyzing the Greatness Within the Warrior

    June 5th, 2005. That's when the unbounded legacy of Rafael Nadal began. Capturing his first of 11 Grand Slam slam titles at the tender age of 19, Nadal used Roland Garros as a fitting venue for his first major win...

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  15. Wimbledon 2012: Why Novak Djokovic Should Be Considered the Favorite

    ***Before reading this article, I strongly encourage that you read this debate ***----An as an aside, I am fully anticipating a hotly contested feud over this subject matter as goes with the territory in any debate...

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  16. Wimbledon 2012: Keys to Claiming Glory Part 1-- Getting to Net

    Unfortunately for tennis traditionalists, the ubiquitous nature of the serve and volley is no longer present---the modernity of the current game has yielded increased predication of a grass court game based increasingly on ground-strokes...

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  17. French Open 2012: No Roofs, No Lights, No Service

    The French Open Men's Singles Final has experienced an onslaught of physical and emotional dipping points to parallel the unaccommodating bouts of disruptive weather...

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  18. French Open 2012: Anaylzing the Fall of Serena Williams

    Coming into this year's French Open, Serena Williams had captured 17 consecutive victories on the red clay, blue clay, and green hard-tru surfaces...

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  19. French Open 2012: Is It the Year Federer Finally Beats Nadal at Roland Garros?

    In their five previous French Open meetings, Rafael Nadal has sunk Roger Federer into states of inexplicable mental abstraction...

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  20. 4 Ways Tennis' 'Big Three' Can Force Positive Change in the Sport

    Author Wally Lamb once stated, “Power, wrongly used, defeats the oppressor as well as the oppressed...

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  21. Rafael Nadal: Will He Ever Get Past the Mental Hurdle of His Knee Issue?

    Politician Dolores Ibarruri once passionately expressed that it is "better to die on one's feet than to live on one's knees." Unfortunately for Rafael Nadal , the unwavering desire to live on his feet has caused him to die on his knees...

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  22. Roger Federer: Would Olympic Gold at Wimbledon Clinch 'Best Ever' Label?

    According to Encyclopedia Britannica , the Olympics "have come to be regarded as the world’s foremost sports competition." Undoubtedly, this statement holds great validity...

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  23. Rafael Nadal: Why Clay Court Season Will Springboard Him to Wimbledon Title

    English playwright David Storey once eloquently stated , "self-confidence is the memory of success." In 2012, what Rafael Nadal needs more than anything else is confidence...

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  24. The Most Underrated Aspects of a Champion Part 2: The Second Serve

    A traditional tennis adage says, "you are only as good as your second serve." Without question, this preaching is wholly true as any tennis teaching professional will tell you...

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  25. Fantasy Tennis: Crafting the Ultimate Player, Part 2: Fitness of Rafael Nadal

    Tennis is sport that requires a tremendous amount of physical and mental exertion. A season that spans virtually the entire calendar year with various breaks dispersed here and ...

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