Tag Archives: Wimbledon

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 »

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 »

Rod Laver : Historic exchanges between Roger Federer and Rod Laver

To warm up before an exhibition match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Melbourne, Roger Federer exchanged a few balls with Rod Laver. Federer then realized one of his dreams. Roger Federer has achieved one of his dreams last Wednesday night in Melbourne exchanging bullets with Rod Laver, the last player to have achieved the Grand Slam. The legendary Australian champion, now ... Read More »

Monfils Password, Murray And Ferrer Fall

Monfils won the duel face Gasquet 100% French knockout round of the tournament in Doha. Comeback missed for Murray, who has lost to the German Mayer. Ferrer has also tripped over the carpet. After a disappointing match, Gael Monfils won Wednesday against Richard Gasquet (6-2, 7-5) the Franco-French duel knockout tournament in Doha. An overall one-way match for Gasquet, who ... 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 »

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 »

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 »

“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 »