• Rafael Nadal Roland Garros shoes

    Roland Garros 2017: Rafael Nadal Nike shoes

    Dominant on clay, Rafa won a 10th Monte Carlo title, a 10th Barcelona title and will chase a 10th Roland Garros crown. He will hit the courts wearing his signature shoe, the NikeCourt Lunar Ballistec 1.5 Legend. Follow our Roland Garros 2017 coverage.

  • Novak Djokovic signs with Lacoste

    Novak Djokovic signs with Lacoste

    There were rumours since January that Novak Djokovic would sign with French brand Lacoste once his contract with Uniqlo over, it is now official: Djokovic is the newest member of the Croc family. Lacoste has developed for Novak Djokovic an eponymous clothing line to be worn on the court. These outfits have been specially designed […]

  • How to buy last minute Roland Garros tickets

    How to get last minute Roland Garros tickets

    Roland Garros 2017 starts in a little over two weeks time; you planned a Paris trip but still not have your Roland Garros tickets? Don’t worry, it’s not too late, you have 3 ways to buy tickets: On site Tickets for qualifiers (from May 22 to 26) are on sale on site. Tickets give access […]

  • How to buy US Open tickets

    How to buy US Open tickets

    Roland Garros is just around the corner, but it’s already time your tickets for the US Open! Here’s my guide to help you buy tickets. If you have any question, feel free to leave a comment below, I’ll do my best to answer. The events Qualifyings – 22 to 25 August 2017 Access to the […]

  • Rafael Nadal wins 1Oth Barcelona title

    10th Barcelona title for Rafa

    One week after his 10th Monte Carlo title, Rafael Nadal captured a 10th Barcelona title by beating Dominic Thiem in straight sets 6-4 6-1. Next tournament for Rafa: Madrid. Enjoy a few pictures from the Barcelona final, credit: Banco Sabadell.

  • How to buy French Open resale tickets

    How to buy Roland Garros resale tickets

    You didn’t manage to get the tickets you wanted for the upcoming French Open? You’ve got a second chance: the resale tickets. 1. Connect to your Roland Garros account .. or set one up if needed 2. Click on Order, select a day and court 3. Select an offer 4. Validate your order … or […]

  • TennisAid crowdfunding campaign

    TennisAid needs your help

    We already told you about #TennisAid, founded by Martin Rocca and Abel Rincon, that collect sports equipments and offer them to kids living in poor countries. You can read more about TennisAid’s first trip in Uganda here, also check out Martin’s interview here. You can now help them fund their new charity projects, all you […]

  • Roger Federer, Indian Wells 2017

    Indian Wells 2017: Roger Federer at practice

    Thanks a lot to Tony for sharing his story and pictures! It was another memorable evening for me at the BNP Paribas Open. Last night’s Roger Federer practice is probably my second favorite encounter with him since I started attending the tournament in 2008 — my favorite being the time in 2014 when he walked […]

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Coria, Vilas, Gaudio at Roland Garros 2004

Coria vs Gaudio: the egotist vs the underdog

From Tennis Confidential II by Paul Fein: If 1970s champion Guillermo Vilas is a god in Argentina, Guillermo Coria is the current people’s choice. He’s so beloved in his homeland that when he appears in restaurants he gets standing ovations? Ironically he’s far less popular with other players, including his fellow countrymen whom he nearly […]

Mary Pierce, Roland Garros 2000

Roland Garros 2000: Pierce finds peace and glory

By Alan Tengrove, Australian Tennis magazine, July 2000: A new Mary Pierce, more complete as a person and a tennis player, achieved an “impossible dream” at a dramatic French Open. There were good reasons for Mary Pierce‘s self-pity. A father she loved, but who mistreated her in his obsession to make her a champion. A […]

Guga Kuerten, Roland Garros 1997

Roland Garros 1997: going ga-ga over Guga

From Tennis Confidential by Paul Fein “He’s just what tennis needs” raves hard to please John McEnroe. Indeed, Gustavo Kuerten is the proverbial “nice guy” without being bland or boring, and a colorful personality minus boorish antics. Throw in spectacular athleticism, and you can see why everyone is going ga-ga over Guga. Crowd loved Kuerten’s […]

Roland Garros 1990: Edberg and Becker lose in the first round

From Hard courts: real life on the professional tennis tours, by John Feinstein: By the time day two was done at Roland Garros, the men’s tournament was in complete disarray. On that second day, both Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker lost. Never in Grand Slam tennis history had the top two seeds lost in the […]

Roland Garros 1990: Defending champion Sanchez loses in the first round

From Hard courts: real life on the professional tennis tours, by John Feinstein: Arantxa Sanchez had been having an inconsistent year, and few people gave her much chance to defend her title. But even fewer people thought that Mercedes Paz, her doubles partner, would be the person to knock her out of the tournament. Paz […]

Yannick Noah, Roland Garros 1983

Roland Garros 1983: Yannick Noah defeats Mats Wilander

From Game, set and deadline by Rex Bellamy: The men’s singles champion of France is a Frenchman – for the first time since 1946. Yannick Noah, aged 23, subdued Mats Wilander, last year’s winner, by 6-2 7-5 7-6 in two hours and 24 minutes here yesterday. We could only guess what was going on inside […]