Tag Archives: Davis Cup

Nadal: “An Important Moment”

Monte Carlo winner eight times from 2005 to 2012 Rafael Nadal bowed in the final last year, face Novak Djokovic. Nadal is back this week on the Rock, and discusses his return to clay courts, but his rivalry with Serbian. Rafa, What It Feels Like To Be Every Year The Man To Beat On Clay? I do not see things ... Read More »

A Fear That Gives Nothing In Question

Battered by Germany but still qualified for the semi-finals of the Davis Cup team France wants to keep that positive. The disaster has not gone away to Nancy. Archie favorites against a German team decimated, deprived of all his best players because of injuries or conflicts with Captain Carsten Arriens, men Arnaud Clement had to wait until the fifth and ... Read More »

Benneteau The Big Quack

Responsible for putting the team of France Davis Cup on track, Julien Benneteau failed due to the modest Tobias Kamke. The weekend of the Blues looks more difficult than expected. France where the hosts Germany in the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup. Archi-Mannschaft favorites against a decimated and in crisis , the Blues are 1-0 following the surprise defeat Julien ... Read More »

Davis Cup – Head To Germany, Tsonga Share Primarily In Search Of Lost Time

Powered leader after the package Richard Gasquet, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will have two goals against Germany: Qualify France and back on their feet. Jo -Wilfried Tsonga has not had the start of the season he would have liked . No security, no victory over a Top 10 player and one on a Top 20 (Gilles Simon in Melbourne) and some cons ... 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 »

Sex, Tennis And Rock’N’Roll: The Dissolute Life Of Boris Becker

Mick Jagger became the tennis coach World No. 2 Novak Djokovic. A curious choice since Boris Becker has everything except the profile of a coach. After Ivan Lendl resulting Andy Murray, and before Stefan Edberg gives advice to Roger Federer, Boris Becker former glory will coach the No. 2 global, Serbian Novak Djokovic. The winner of the Australian Open in ... Read More »

Djokovic-Becker, An Association That Will Make Boum Boum

Novak Djokovic announced Wednesday that the former world No. 1 Boris Becker Boum Boum be their head coach next year. A surprising choice. That will spark? This is a decision that will surprise many. Novak Djokovic has decided to appeal to Boris Becker in an attempt to regain the place in 2014 World No. 1 Rafael Nadal is currently occupied. ... Read More »

The Canadian Mission

Canadian tennis players play the “Snowbirds” in the next two weeks while training in the warmer climes of Florida. This approach, implemented by Tennis Canada for several years, mainly aims to prepare the elite designers of the new season will begin next month on the other side of the world. Eight of the nine best players in the country have ... Read More »

Gasquet: “Tracks With Foreign Coaches”

Guest TP Show, Richard Gasquet returned to the great season that comes from living, punctuated by participation in the Masters. The No. 1 French also mentions his search for a new coach after parting with Riccardo Piatti. Richard, You Leave A Great Season, During Which You Seem To Have Turned A Corner? It is true that I felt good to ... Read More »