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    Do you really know what clay is made of?

    Red clay-courts are made of 5 layers: 1- red brick dust: 1-2 mm 2- crushed white limestone: 6-7 cm 3- clinker (coal residue): 7-8 cm 4- crushed gravel: at least 30 cm 5- drain The red brick dust gives the ball extra grip when it hits the deck, making the surface characteristically slow. But clay […]

  • Roland Garros stadium

    Roland Garros opens its doors

    Every year in September, 50 European countries take part in the European Heritage Days, a programme that offers opportunities to visit buildings, monuments and sites, many of which are not normally accessible to the public. For the first time, yesterday, the French Federation of tennis opened up the Roland-Garros stadium and museum free to the […]

  • Serena Williams

    We Don’t Know What the Story Is (and That Is Why We Watch)

    This is a guest post by Margaret The Open already felt … uncertain, since one of my favorites couldn’t defend his championship. An American attending an American tournament, when much had been made of the steadily vanishing number of Americans in the Men’s Singles Draw, I wondered if the tournament’s “big story” would be a […]

  • Sles, McEnroe, Clijsters and Bahrami

    Optima Open 2014: Seles, Clijsters, McEnroe and Bahrami

    My reports on the Optima Open are finally online! This match took place on Saturday, August 16th (read my complete Optima Open report here). Last match of the day: a mixed doubles exhibition with Kim Clijsters, Monica Seles, John McEnroe and Mansour Bahrami! It’s always a pleasure to see these great champions play and have […]

  • Henri Leconte

    Optima Open 2014: Henri Leconte vs Greg Rusedski

    My reports on the Optima Open are finally online! This match took place on Saturday, August 16th (read my complete Optima Open report here). Second match of the day: crowd favorite Henri Leconte against Greg Rusedski. Rusedski won the match 7-5 6-3 but as expected Henri stole the show on court (let’s say Rusedski is […]

  • Goran Ivanisevic and Pat Cash

    Optima Open 2014: Pat Cash vs Goran Ivanisevic

    My reports on the Optima Open are finally online! This match took place on Saturday, August 16th (read my complete Optima Open report here). First match of the day between two Wimbledon champions: Pat Cash (1987) and Goran Ivanisevic (2001). An entertaining match with lots of interactions between the players and the public. Cash and […]

  • Optima Open

    Optima Open 2014 report

    I spent a day in Knokke-Heist, Belgium, last month to attend the third day of the Optima Open, the Belgian stop of the ATP Champions Tour. It was the second seniors event I attended this year after the World Tennis Day showdown in London last March (find all the recap here). Situated in the heart […]

  • Marin Cilic

    2014 US Open: Cilic defeats Nishikori, wins first Grand Slam title

    One week before the start of the US Open, I did attend the Optima Open, the Belgian stop of the ATP Champions Tour. Goran Ivanisevic was taking part to the tournament, and after his match against Pat Cash, he talked a bit about his protege Marin Cilic, said Cilic was playing really well and that […]

France will host Switzerland from 21 to 23 November for the Davis Cup final. Can Roger Federer claim one of the few missing trophies from his career?

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A Look Back At Indian Wells 2013

From Sharapova solid victory over Wozniacki … to Rafa’s unexpected triumph All Indian Wells 2013 posts: – Who will win Indian Wells 2013? – Men’s recap part 1: opening rounds – Men’s recap part 2: 4th round and quarterfinals – Men’s recap part 3: Rafa beats Del Potro

Indian Wells 2013 recap part 3: Nadal beats Del Potro

This is a guest post by Ruari Grant. This post was also published on the AndBeThere blog. You can connect to us via: Facebook | Google+ | Twitter | Our Website | Flickr | Via Email As always, I would like to thanks Tennis-Buzz. All the best players in the world came to Indian Wells for the first Masters 1000 tournament of the year, and over the last couple […]

Tokyo, Madrid and Istanbul battle for the 2020 Olympics

This month, the IOC Evaluation Commission is visting the three candidates cities. The election of the winning city will take place on 7 September at 125th IOC session in Buenos Aires. Tokyo Tokyo hosted the 1964 Summer Olympics. Tokyo’s 2020 bid is the city’s fifth bid for the games. Japan has also hosted the Winter […]

Novak Djokovic to appear in Uniqlo ads

Novak Djokovic will appear in his first campaign for Uniqlo since being named brand ambassador in May 2012. He will front the campaign for Airism, an underwear collection made from a high-tech fabric. The campaign breaks in Japan on Wednesday and will appear globally later in the spring in both outdoor and print media. I […]