Tag Archives: Tennis

Nadal, The Fury Of Reliving

Athletic World # 2 – The Spaniard, crowned at Roland Garros and Flushing Meadows, was in 2013 regained its position as world No. 1. After 7 months of interruption for injury. Back hell. At the speed of light Being and being. The pitfall of athletes. Magically, in the space of 8 months, 17 tournaments and 10 titles (Sao Paulo, Acapulco, ... Read More »

Bartoli, The Incredible Comeback

May 12, 2014. Retired since August 2013, Marion Bartoli decided to defend his title in the London grass. It prepares his comeback to the secluded, surrounded by Mary Pierce and Nick Bollettieri! This story, you have dreamed of reading? The Team offers you in a special edition. Rumor has returned regularly in conversations in the aisles at Roland Garros as ... Read More »

Stefan Edberg New Coach Of Roger Federer

Roger Federer will collaborate with Stefan Edberg in 2014. Swedish accompany Switzerland since the Australian Open. On paper, a dream duo. After 2013 very difficult for him, Roger Federer, 32, seeks to give a new impetus to his career. To do this, the Swiss decided to begin a collaboration with an old tennis legend Stefan Edberg. Switzerland announced Friday on ... 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 »

Cornet: “More Thoughtful”

Alize Cornet finished the season in 27th place in the world and # 1 in French activity. The French live now says his career is more thoughtful and aware of the intensity required on the circuit to go even higher. “Alize Cornet, How Did This Course With A Part Of The Team Of France Fed Cup Boulouris? There really has ... 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 »

“I Am Very Proud,” Eugenie Bouchard

Quebec Eugenie Bouchard did not steal the title of Newcomer of the Year 2013 in the WTA. With an increase of more than 100 places in the world rankings, a final and a few victories against the best players in the world, it was natural that honor him back. WTA preferred the native player Westmount Monica Puig of Puerto Rico ... Read More »

Bouchard Is Much Higher

Difficult to reach a better year dream by seeing his name appear on a list that already included athletes as famous as Maria Sharapova, Kim Clijsters, Venus and Serena Williams, Martina Hingis and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario. Voia final score which crowned the beauty Eugenie Bouchard season, sacred revelation on the 2013 WTA Tour. Quebecer, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary ... Read More »

Henrik Stenson: The Rebirth Of A Champion

The Swede had a breakout season in late to become at age 37 the best golfer in the world for six months. Yet it was not a foregone conclusion. Story of a return to the forefront. It was therefore necessary to stop Henrik Stenson Topper Ian Poulter and Victor Dubuisson this weekend in Dubai. Nobody resists indeed the world number ... Read More »