• Roger Feder, Australian Open 2017

    Australian Open 2017 day by day recap

    Day 1 – Defending champion Angelique Kerber struggles but gets past Lesia Tsurenko in three sets. – Number 4 seed Simona Halep is ousted by world number 52 Shelby Rogers 6-3 6-1. – Playing in his first Grand Slam match since he became world number one, Andy Murray defeats Illya Marchenko in straight sets. – […]

  • Caroline Wozniacki Australian Open outfit

    Muguruza and Wozniacki Australian Open 2017 outfits

    Caroline Wozniacki and Garbine Muguruza will debut the adidas by Stella McCartney Barricade SS17 collection on the Melbourne courts. Caroline Wozniacki will wear the adidas by Stella McCartney Barricade tank in vibrant hypergreen and bold blue alongside the matching skirt in bold blue and white. She will also be wearing the adidas by Stella McCartney […]

  • Angelique Kerber Australian Open outfit

    Kerber, Zverev and Thiem Australian Open 2017 outfits

    As the new tennis season begins with the Australian Open 2017, adidas Tennis revealed the latest performance wear to be worn by the best in the game. Players including Angelique Kerber, Dominic Thiem and Sascha Zverev will be equipped with brand new Melbourne and Barricade performance wear, designed to maximise performance at the first Grand […]

  • Snauwaert racquet

    Unboxing my new Snauwaert racquet

    Early New Year’s resolution for me, as I decided to play tennis again after a long long long … very long time. First step: to buy a brand new racquet. My first ever racquet was a blue Slazenger racquet, looking like this one but with blue grip and frame. Do you remember your first racquet? […]

  • Wimbledon view from court 12

    How to get Wimbledon tickets

    It’s more than time to prepare your trip to the greatest tennis tournament, Wimbledon! Wimbledon tickets are the most coveted tickets and of course the most difficult to get. Prices First, let’s have a look at the prices for Wimbledon 2017 tickets. From £15 to £190 for the mens finals. There are four ways to […]

  • 2016 US Open Angie Kerber

    2016 US Open: Angie Kerber is the new Queen

    “When I was a kid I was always dreaming to one day be the No. 1 player in the world, to win Grand Slams. And today is the day. All the dreams came true this year.” — Angelique Kerber What a year indeed for Angie Kerber: 3 Grand Slam finals, silver at the Olympics and […]

  • TennisAid

    Interview with Martin Rocca, founder of TennisAid

    Tennis is not only about big names and big tournaments, but also about coaches and educators who work in the shadows. Martin is one of them; together with his friend Abel, he founded TennisAid, a charity whose purpose is to provide sports equipment and technical assistance to kids living in poor countries. You can find […]

  • Angelique Kerber, winner of the 2016 US Open

    2016 US Open recap: the good, the bad, the queen

    The good Stan Wawrinka: there’s a new champ in New York. The Swiss struggled to get past the first rounds, losing a few sets here and there and saving a match point in the third round. But he stepped up in the semifinals against Nishikori and outplayed Djokovic in the final. 3 Grand Slam finals, […]

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Berlin Wall

A New Look at East German Tennis

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Read Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova and Manuela Maleeva reactions at that time. By Michael Janofsky “New York Times” November 14, 1989 For three days last week, Steffi Graf tried to telephone a friend in West Berlin, only to be greeted by his answering […]

Lucas Pouille

Bercy 2014 day 4: Federer vs Pouille

Roger Federer vs Lucas Pouille. World number 2 vs world number 176. A 17-time Grand Slam champion vs a player taking part to his first Masters 1000 event. Prior to this week, Pouille had only won one tour-level match, against Alex Kuznetsov last year at Roland Garros. He beat Steve Johnson and Jarkko Nieminen in […]

Andy Murray

Bercy 2014 day 4: Murray vs Dimitrov

Andy Murray needed a win over Grigor Dimitrov to secure a spot at the London ATP Finals. The Scot did it and did it in style as he dispatched Dimitrov 6-3 6-3 in a bit more than an hour. The world number 11 showed flashes of brilliance but the Scot was in control from the […]

Bercy 2014 day 4: Anderson vs Wawrinka

Stan Wawrinka won his first match in four tournaments when he beat Dominic Thiem on Wednesday, only to lose to Kevin Anderson the next day. He served for the match and even had a few match points but Anderson prevailed 6-7 7-5 7-6. It was the Australian Open champion third loss to the South African […]

Boris Becker

Bercy report #2: past champions in the stands

Boris Becker, looking bored during Djokovic second round win over Philipp Kohlschreiber: Becker won the Bercy tournament three times in 1986, 1989 and 1992. He was also finalist in 1990 and 1995. Former world number one Amélie Mauresmo, now Andy Murray’s coach: Michael Chang watching Kei Nishikori’s second round win over Tommy Robredo, with his […]

Kei Nishikori

Bercy 2014 day 3: Nishikori vs Robredo

While Tsonga and Melzer were playing on Court Central in front of 10,000 people, Tommy Robredo and Kei Nishikori were battling on Court 1 in front of about 300 people. Court 1 is terrible, the ceiling is low, it is really noisy and looks like a warehouse or a bunker. The only good thing is […]

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