1. Rafael Nadal vs. Roger Federer: A Preview of Tennis's Greatest Rivalry

    As soon as the groups were formed, the only thing on people's minds was: When's the Federer-Nadal match gonna be? Nadal-Djokovic might be the rivalry of the future, but nothing quite ...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 1,656 reads 93 comments

  2. Novak Djokovic and 5 Things We Learnt from This Year's Regular Season

    This year has had its fair share of surprises, and most of the predictions made for 2011 were simply tossed out of the window as soon as the first ball was hit in January. Likely as that is to happen again, I'll still take a stab at it...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 2,946 reads 4 comments

  3. Roger Federer: Is His Form a False Alarm, or Will He Be a Threat in 2012?

    We saw this all before in 2010. After a disappointing season by Roger Federer 's lofty standards (the highlight of which was winning in Australia), Federer suddenly caught fire as the indoor season approached...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 2,023 reads 20 comments

  4. Rafael Nadal and the Top 5 Tennis Upsets of 2011

    2011 has been a blistering year for men's tennis with Novak Djokovic becoming the main story of the year by blowing away everyone he faced...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 2,418 reads 7 comments

  5. Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and the Shanghai Rolex Masters Preview

    Looking at the draw of the Shanghai Masters, I was subconsciously thinking that this was the field for a strong 500-point tournament in the Asian swing. It didn't quite occur to me for a while that I was looking at the draw for a Masters tournament...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 496 reads 2 comments

  6. Federer vs. Djokovic and the Top 7 Grand Slam Matches of 2011

    As the final curtain drew on the US Open for 2011, we were able to delight in some fantastic Grand Slam tennis. All four Grand Slams were thrilling, unpredictable and intriguing, and they provided a myriad of engaging matches...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 2,743 reads 27 comments

  7. Roger Federer: 6 Changes He Has to Make to Return to His Previous Dominance

    Novak Djokovic is wowing the world these days by what some call his "unprecedented dominance" of tennis this year...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 4,076 reads 27 comments

  8. Novak Djokovic Stands Head and Shoulders Above Rafael Nadal

    It is hard to recall a player being so utterly dominant against his closest rival as Novak Djokovic is against Nadal. This tournament merely confirmed what the year up to now had been hinting at...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 419 reads 4 comments

  9. Why Sam Stosur Will Win the 2011 US Open

    As the women's semifinals draw closer, all eyes will be on the blockbuster clash between Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki. The World No.1 vs the "Real No.1," as people are calling it...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 356 reads 1 comments

  10. Is Men's Tennis Really in Good Hands After Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal?

    One of the most common laments you hear in tennis these days is that women's tennis is in dismal shape, with no one really good enough to challenge for majors consistently Slam in, Slam out...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 1,295 reads 8 comments

  11. The US Open: Why Saturday Could Be the Most Exciting Day at This Year's Event

    The US Open so far has been consistently entertaining, without reaching the heights of a real spectacle. We've had some entertaining clashes, like the thriller between Maria Sharapova ...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 295 reads 0 comments

  12. US Open: Ranking the Top 7 Male Players in the Open Era

    The final Grand Slam of the year has embraced the modern aspect of tennis without really losing its own tradition...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 706 reads 7 comments

  13. Rafael Nadal: The Relentless Clay Courter

    Right up until mid-2008, Rafael Nadal was just this young Spanish kid who, for a few months in the middle of the year, would become a nuisance to Roger Federer and his inevitable march to the title of every tournament he bothered to play in...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about almost 3 years ago 800 reads 15 comments

  14. The US Open: 5 Women Who Won't Win the Year's Final Grand Slam

    There are players in all sports, particularly individual sports like tennis, where certain people are favoured to win simply because of their past record. And by past, I don't mean recent past...

    Danyal Rasool Written by Danyal Rasool about 3 years ago 389 reads 1 comments