Monthly Archives: November 2013

Missing: Tennis indoor season.

TweetMissing: Tennis indoor season Missing since mid 2000s. Fast, fun and attractive part of tennis season much missed by tennis fans. Please send any information of whereabouts to….. The tennis indoor season was once an unmissable part of the tennis calender. It meant something. Being good indoors was a vital part of the legacy of […]

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Time for Tomas Berdych to step up

TweetTomorrow Tomas Berdych has a chance to win the Davis Cup for the Czech Republic for the second consecutive year. How much of a chance will depend on how he copes with Novak Djokovic. Of the 16 times they have played, he has only coped with him twice. But one of those times was this year […]

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Djokovic wins WTF 2013

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TweetNovak Djokovic has won the WTF 2013, beating world number 1 Rafael Nadal 6-3, 6-4. The Serbian got off to a quick start, leading 3-0. But Nadal, who has never won the WTF, fought his way back into the match with his retrieving athleticism. Nadal’s serve though was not good enough against the game’s best […]

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Rafael Nadal is the ATP 2013 Year End Number One

TweetSpain’s Rafael Nadal has clinched the 2013 year end number one ranking. The 28 year old, who also held the top spot at the end of 2008 and 2010, achieved the feat by beating Switzerland’s Stanislas Wawrinka 7-6, 7-6 in his second match at the ATP WTF in London. Nadal did not get the number […]

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Opening WTF match reviews

TweetWith the 8 players having made their debuts, The tennis review looks at the matches, the performances and predicts what will happen next. Match 1: Wawrinka defeats Berdych Wawrinka looked to have the match sewn up as he led by a set and was a tiebreak away from victory. But Berdych, who seems to save […]

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Serena’s 2013: her best season ever?

TweetAnyone watching Serena trail 2-6, 3-3 against Li Na in the WTA YEC final and concluding it was curtains for the American’s title defence would have been taught a lesson in perserverance, will and survival by the 31 year old. It would have been one of many similar lessons Serena has taught tennis viewers over […]

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