1. Roger Federer Strikes Again: Glory Be the Glimmer Man

    So here we are again, it's early February and the dust has begun to settle after the first Grand Slam of the year down under...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about over 4 years ago 3,738 reads 18 comments

  2. Creature Vs Creature: Federer Has Too Much For The Serb

    Introduction While there's still a rain delayed quarter-final matchup to finish (Nadal v Gonzalez), Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have held their side of the deal and find themselves ...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about almost 5 years ago 114 reads 39 comments

  3. Federer Advances to US Open Fourth Round With Auto-Pilot Turned Off

    With 15 Grand Slams as well as the French Open under his belt, Roger Federer can be easily forgiven for his lack of motivation in the first few rounds in a Grand Slam...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about almost 5 years ago 135 reads 8 comments

  4. My Tennis Experience: Parental Pressure Or Wasted Oppprtunities?

    Since I was old enough to walk I've loved the game of tennis. Whether I was playing, watching or analysing it, it has always been a great thrill for me...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about almost 5 years ago 308 reads 20 comments

  5. A Poem For Roger Federer

    Despite the recent excitement of Newport crowning the first lucky loser, Rajeev Ram, as an Atp Champion, as well as the ongoing tournaments at Castella the Swedish Open, and Stuttgart, there ...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about almost 5 years ago 410 reads 43 comments

  6. The Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal Rivalry: Turning Point

    The Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal rivalry has raged on for the best part of four years now, with Nadal taking the lions' share of victories...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about 5 years ago 670 reads 87 comments

  7. Roger Federer: A Stamp Of Elegance

    It’s already been a dozen days and the dust has begun to settle, but the date rests firmly in my mind. June 8th 2009...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about 5 years ago 1,521 reads 17 comments

  8. Roger Federer, The GOAT; Rafael Nadal, The Kid

    The GOAT (greatest of all time) status has always been a sensitive subject. One that many people hesitate to label any player. One that is argued until the day is dead. One that rarely finds a conclusion...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about over 5 years ago 2,981 reads 36 comments

  9. Can Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Fly Like A Butterfly, Sting Like A Bee?

    It was the Australian Open 2008 when the tennis world (or at least your average lay man), was introduced to the Muhammad Ali of tennis, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about over 5 years ago 1,391 reads 4 comments

  10. Safina To Test The Best

    If Dinara Safina is to win the Australian Open, she will become the world's number one player regardless of how anyone else performs. Unlike the Men's side, this spot is unlikely to be preserved by one single player for a long length of time...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about over 5 years ago 77 reads 9 comments

  11. Sublime Rafael Nadal Makes Statement

    With Federer, Djokovic and Murray already through to the second round of the Australian Open, all eyes were on Nadal to see how he would perform...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about over 5 years ago 409 reads 2 comments

  12. Will Roger Federer, Venus Williams Retire at the 2012 London Olympics?

    While it is far too early to be looking forward to or making predictions about the 30th Olympic festival in London 2012, it is possible to look at the significance of this largely anticipated event...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about over 5 years ago 535 reads 6 comments

  13. Top Five Tennis Players Banned from 2009 Grand Slams (Humor)

    For the past three years, we’ve seen the top five players in men’s tennis dominate the Grand Slams. With Federer and Nadal winning the majority, Djokovic reaching two finals and ...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about over 5 years ago 681 reads 14 comments

  14. Roger Federer: Fed Express with Reason to Impress

    As we look back on a long and eventful 2008 in men's tennis, we look forward to an exiting year ahead. This time last year, Roger Federer, struck with glandular fever, feeling tired and lacking ...

    Conor Mc Written by Conor Mc about over 5 years ago 259 reads 11 comments