1. Roger Federer Retires: Hangs Up Racquet for Soccer Ball (Satire)

    B/R has learned through its spoof reporting team that one-time world's best tennis player, Roger Federer has decided to quit the sport that made him a household name. Yes folks, Mr...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 1,802 reads 26 comments

  2. The Top 20 Ways Arsenal Can Win a Trophy

    In the last four years, Arsene Wenger has completely revamped his squad, and the team has since been trophy-less in all competitions...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 893 reads 18 comments

  3. Ranking Tennis' One-Slam Wonders of the Last Two Decades

    Men's Tennis has seen its fair share of eras of domination and 'windows of opportunity' in the last two decades. Here I have attempted to do something unique, or at least that's what I believe...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 2,664 reads 49 comments

  4. Bayern Show Immaturity in Firing Klinsmann

    Ex-Bayern Munich coach Jurgen Klinsmann is probably the loneliest man in football today. Yes, you read that right. "Ex"...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 380 reads 23 comments

  5. Marrying a Man Means Marrying Sports As Well

    For better, or for worse, in sickness, and in health (with ESPN, and with Bleacher Report)... These vows may never be taken at any wedding, or maybe they just might, hence the parentheses...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 144 reads 13 comments

  6. What Wenger and Benitez Can Take Away From The Mid-Week Madness

    The photograph says it all, doesn't it? "Four goals in one game? Four out of four shots on goal converted? I believe even less than you do that this is happening!" Perhaps for the ...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 185 reads 4 comments

  7. A Fan's Letter of Appreciation to Novak Djokovic

    Dear Novak, It is with much appreciation and relief that I write this letter to you today. Firstly, I would like to thank you for providing your fans with some of the best tennis you've played since last year in Rome...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 398 reads 6 comments

  8. The Best Tennis Players Who Will Retire Without a Grand Slam Title

    The last two decades of tennis have certainly been monopolized by two men, albeit separately, i.e. a certain Pete Sampras and his successor Roger Federer...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 1,430 reads 17 comments

  9. The Nursery Rhymes Sports Fans Sing to Their Kids

    Come on admit it, every sports fan who has children loves to see their kids donning their favorite team's apparel and fanatically following each and every one of their favorite sports personalities...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 2,270 reads 22 comments

  10. When the Fed Was Visited by the Ghosts of Safin and Goran Past

    The first set of Roger Federer's semifinal against Novak Djokovic at the Sony Ericsson Open showed that it would take a monumental effort by the "Djoker" to get anything out of the match at all...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 618 reads 17 comments

  11. Imran Khan: On Top of the World at the Twilight of His Career

    Seldom do careers have such fairytale endings when an incredible athlete can go out on the highest of highs...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 385 reads 13 comments

  12. Marat Safin's Train of Thought During His Loss to Gael Monfils

    For a player who is on his farewell ATP tour, it is looking more and more likely that there may be no Cinderella story ending. The mighty Russian may have aged physically, but temperamentally he still remains as volatile as, uh...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 748 reads 12 comments

  13. Why Tennis is "The" Original Beautiful Game

    While I sit here today reminiscing about all the pleasant memories from my childhood, I can't help but think back to the time when I first fell in love with sports...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 252 reads 5 comments

  14. Are FIFA and UEFA Wrong to Oppose "Surprise" Drug Testing?

    Imagine this scenario: You tune into your favorite sports channel to watch the FIFA World Cup final, which is only the most watched single sports event in the world...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 145 reads 5 comments

  15. How the Cricket Fortunes of Pakistan and India Have Diverged This Decade

    The 1990s was a decade of domination by the subcontinent in the cricket world, with all three of the test-playing nations India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka being dominant forces...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 608 reads 9 comments

  16. The Top 20 Ways Roger Federer Can Beat Rafael Nadal

    A once indomitable force in men's tennis, Roger Federer now finds his quest to be known as the "best ever" at the mercy of Rafael Nadal, a man who could end up as the proud owner of that tag in the years to come...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 3,639 reads 54 comments

  17. Tennis Stars (Mis)Align to Allow Novak Djokovic to Win First Title of 2009

    Fortune favours the brave, they say. So given the amount of good fortune Novak Djokovic had during the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships last week, he is probably the bravest man on the ATP tour...

    Khalid  Siddiqui Written by Khalid Siddiqui about over 5 years ago 472 reads 2 comments

  18. The Football Oscars: Keeping in Mind the Festive Awards Season

    While Hollywood honours its best performers of 2008, it would also be apt to take advantage of this festive awards season to go through the star performers in the world's most watched sport...

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  19. Arsenal and AS Roma: A Clash of Similar Styles and Similar Predicaments

    Arsenal and AS Roma meet each other in the Champions League knockout round over two legs in February and March...

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  20. Is It Time For Michael Ballack to Pass on the German National Team's Captaincy?

    During the current decade, if German football has had an icon, it has to be Michael Ballack. His influence on the German national team has been even greater than that of Oliver Kahn...

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  21. Novak Djokovic Stumbles: Has No-Djo Lost His Mojo?

    After such a promising start and end to 2008, it seems that the chinks in Novak Djokovic's armour are beginning to be found out by his opponents. After being so close to capturing the world No...

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