Category Archives: Tennis

Dimitrov Is Ripe

Cataloged great hope for some time, Grigor Dimitrov, who won Sunday at Acapulco, shows since the beginning of the year that is now turned a corner. As a sign of destiny, Grigor Dimitrov, aka “Baby Federer”, won the tournament in Acapulco on Sunday, after the sixth coronation of Switzerland in Dubai. Often compared to former World No. 1 for his ... Read More »

Tsonga To Go Not Gasquet

The world number 10 will defend his Open title 13 Sunday against Ernest Gulbis, who defeated Richard Gasquet Certainly, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga loves Open 13 in Marseille. Winner of this event in 2009 and 2013, the titleholder dominated Germany’s Jan-Lennard Struff, World 117th (7-6 [4], 7-5). He will meet Sunday Ernests Gulbis of Latvia which eliminated dryly Richard Gasquet. Executioner in ... Read More »

Bartoli: “Five Sets, Not Possible For A Woman”

Winner of the last Wimbledon, Marion Bartoli told BBC World News that “we can not ask a woman to play six hours.” During an interview broadcast Wednesday night, the French retired tennis broached the subject of doping and physical inability of women to string matches in five sets. Marion Bartoli is convinced that women do not have the physical ability ... Read More »

Clement Imposes Its Style

Relying solely on Richard Gasquet and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Arnaud Clement has succeeded against Australia. But the captain of France’s Davis Cup refuses to hear about operation “in Czech.” They were five in Mouilleron-le-Captive this week. If Gilles Simon, designate during the draw, knew on Thursday that he could not play the first round of the Davis Cup against Australia, Gael ... Read More »

Really Nothing To Fear?

Facing private Australian team of its main asset, France leave great favorite of the first round of Davis Cup to be held in the Mouilleron-Captive, on clay.But however beware of overconfidence … And if the fate of the first round of Davis Cup between France and Australia was played there a little fortnight in Melbourne? Decreased by painful groin, Bernard ... Read More »

Women’S Day: Li Na

China’s Li Na, winning his second Grand Slam title with a win on the Slovak Dominika Cibulkova in the final of the Australian Open on Saturday in Melbourne, showed what she was great ambassador for his sport in his country. Li Na had brought down a barrier in 2011, becoming with his victory at Roland Garros the first sacral Asian ... Read More »

Nadal To Federer Imperial

Rafael Nadal won the duel 33rd running against Roger Federer in the semi-finals of the Australian Open 7-6 (4), 6-3, 6-3. Besides qualifying for the final. Nadal confirms a little more authority over Switzerland. He will find another final Helvete, Stanislas Wawrinka, with the intention to win the 14th Grand Slam title of his brilliant career. Federer and 17 prestigious ... Read More »

Australian Open: Serena Williams Eliminated By Ana Ivanovic

The World No. 1 was beaten Ana Ivanovic in the fourth round of the Australian Open seeded No. 14 in three sets 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 on Sunday in Melbourne. World No.1 Serena Williams, heavy and borrowed as reduced by a back injury, was eliminated in the fourth round of the Australian Open by Ana Ivanovic, head N.14 series in three ... Read More »

Monfils Cornered Nadal

This is the poster of the day at the Australian Open: Rafael Nadal and Gael Monfils are found for a rematch of the final Doha saw the victory of the world No. 1. Rise of one against validation of a new discourse for another, to varying degrees, a match to a test for both men. Rafael Nadal and Gael Monfils ... Read More »

Australian Open: Baghdatis Swept

Tennis Marcos Baghdatis, a finalist in 2006, then undergoing its first phase input to the Australian Open! The finalist of the 2006 edition, Marcos Baghdatis, was swept by the Uzbek Denis Istomin, the world’s 49th in three straight sets (6-4, 7-5, 6-4). A 28-year-old Cypriot, today only 109th World, only to find his best past and therefore leaves the competition ... Read More »