1. The Roger and Rafa Supremacy

    A lot has been spoken and written about Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal and about their storied rivalry. One is the elegant Swiss who has every shot in the book and then some you could not imagine anyone playing...

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  2. Roger Federer and "Mock-Eye"

    Roger Federer, after winning his sixth Wimbledon and 15th Grand Slam overall is now considered by many as the Greatest Player of All time. Hes certainly one of the most talented players to have held a racquet...

    binks m Written by binks m about 5 years ago 1,540 reads 24 comments

  3. V for Vindicated: Roger Federer Wins the Elusive French Open

    Some wrote him off as a thing of the past, no longer a force to be reckoned with! Some said he no longer had it in him to win, that he had forgotten how to! After the mauling he got from Nadal ...

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  4. Roger Federer: Great Expectations

    We are now into the semi finals stage of Roland Garros 2009. As has become customary in the past five years, one of the names in the final four is that of Roger Federer. That's 20 straight Grand Slam semis for the Swiss Master, incredible...

    binks m Written by binks m about 5 years ago 344 reads 0 comments

  5. What Rafael Nadal's Defeat Means for Roger Federer and the Rest

    Yesterday was a day of shock in the tennis world. A shock so big has not been witnessed in sport for a long time, let alone in tennis...

    binks m Written by binks m about 5 years ago 1,514 reads 3 comments

  6. Rafael Nadal Yellow-Carded for Fashion Violation (Satire)

    In a shocking turn of events and a first ever of its kind, we at fashionfauxpas.com have just learnt the authorities at Roland Garros have penalized defending champion Rafael Nadal for a severe fashion violation...

    binks m Written by binks m about 5 years ago 166 reads 19 comments

  7. Roland Garros: Looking Ahead at the Next Two Weeks

    With the French Open now less than 24 hours away, all eyes of the tennis world for the next fortnight, will be on Roland Garros...

    binks m Written by binks m about 5 years ago 163 reads 1 comments

  8. Steffi Graf: The Queen Returns to Centre Court

    It seems only fitting that the last match that was played on the Open Wimbledon Centre Court ended in near darkness after endless rain delays and was what many claim would go down in history ...

    binks m Written by binks m about 5 years ago 1,429 reads 12 comments

  9. Mastering Madrid : Roger Federer Halts Nadal's Clay Court Rampage

    Roger Federer made it to his second final this season at the Madrid Masters. His opponent? The player that was the first to find the clinks in the Federer armour, the same bloke who has inflicted five successive defeats on the former world No...

    binks m Written by binks m about 5 years ago 1,204 reads 13 comments

  10. Roger Federer: A New Beginning

    Baby Federer is on its way. Definitely not the news most Roger Federer fans were expecting, I know I wasn't. I was simply Googling Roger Federer (as I've done a million times before) to read ...

    binks m Written by binks m about over 5 years ago 1,275 reads 4 comments

  11. Nadal, Federer, Djokovic and the 'Rest': Predictions for 2009

    Rafael NadalRafael Nadal has drawn the first blood in the 2009 season. By winning his first major on the hard courts, Nadal can safely shed the "clay court specialist" tag and go on knowing he ...

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  12. Since Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf, Martina Hingis, What's Gone Wrong?

    A few years back, all four of the grand slams adopted the policy of equal prize money for both the men's and women's champions. The arguments in favour of this move were very persuasive...

    binks m Written by binks m about over 5 years ago 1,258 reads 7 comments

  13. Roger Federer and the Enigma Called Rafael Nadal

    At the end of 2007, few would have doubted that the mighty Roger Federer would have trouble equalling and maybe even eclipsing Sampras' record of 14 Grand Slams the very next year. He was in magnificent form...

    binks m Written by binks m about over 5 years ago 701 reads 7 comments

  14. Nadal-Federer: Of Tears and Triumphs

    We cheered him onto his first Grand Slam victory...we stood proud when he took over at the top of the ATP rankings...we screamed in joy when he won his fifth straight title at Wimbledon...

    binks m Written by binks m about over 5 years ago 489 reads 3 comments