TAG: Djokovic

Jun/20

29

Yastremska Defends Djokovic

Dayana Yastremska, the WTA no. 25 has voiced her support for Novak Djokovic after the media attempted to villainize him for the failed Adria Tour exhibition series in Belgrade where the players did not adhere to strict virus social distancing guidelines. On Instagram the 20 year old Yastremska wrote: When you are famous, when you […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/20

3

2020 Off To A Roaring Start

We have another first time Grand Slam major winner, a girl who was losing to Zidansek at Eddie Herr four years ago. Sonic Sofia Kenin outshined the biggest stars in the WTA with her sensational AO win. Novak Djokovic took another step to all time greatness with his 17th major and one of his hardest-earned, […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/20

19

AO Opening Day Intrigue Matches

Venus Williams vs Coco Gauff in a first round rematch at Wimbledon. Young vs old, can the kid school the vet again? Monfils vs Lu. Lu is 36 now and he got in on a PR, though he has not played a match since mid 2018. He’s 0-3 career vs Monfils including a five setter […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/20

13

Serbia Conquers Spain For ATP Cup

By Jayita A Belcourt            This year’s showdown at the inaugural ATP Cup Finals in Sydney between team Serbia and team Spain, was nothing short of epic. In what could only be described as an awe-inspiring performance, Novak Djokovic lead his country to a jubilant triumph amidst a packed Ken Rosewall Arena chanting “Novak, Novak, Novak” […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/20

7

ATP Cup: Passion Ignites As Serbia Stuns France

Serbia downs France to reach the ATP Cup quarterfinals by Louise Belcourt There were various players, commentators and voices out there that were sceptical of the ATP Cup and believed it was just another team event the already full men’s tennis calendar didn’t need. But on Monday night in Brisbane, team Serbia and team France […] Continue to read full article...

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Dec/19

16

Most Memorable Shots Of All Time

What are your most memorable shots of all time? Let’s break it down for each shot – forehand, backhand, volley, serve, overhead. For me, the most memorable forehand I ever saw, that springs to mind first is the Novak Djokovic forehand winner cross court down match points vs Federer at US Open semis in the […] Continue to read full article...

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May/19

19

Match Analysis: Djokovic vs Nadal Rome Final

By Scoop Malinowski First set Nadal comes out with full ferocity and a sense of desperation. He has not win a clay tournament all year and urgently needs to win the final in Rome to restore and re-establish his King of Clay dominant aura as Roland Garros looms around the corner. Nadal dominates Djokovic 6-0 but as Nadal has that facial expression of fierce ruthless intensity, Djokovic looks tired and not all there mentally. Continue to read full article...

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May/19

10

Loving Rome

 
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By Aaron
We have been fortunate as a family to travel to many tournaments outside of our home base of New York. We have been to the French Open, Indian Wells, Miami, Newport, Madrid,  Monte Carlo and Montreal. With that said we found Rome to be our favorite destination for a tennis expedition. I traveled there in 2018 with my brothers my son and daughter.
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Mar/19

26

Djokovic Contemplates His Successor

Q. Federer, Nadal, you took tennis to a higher level. The next guys out there, do you have any idea who he is? And if you do, would you say it? NOVAK DJOKOVIC: I mean, you already know the names of a couple names like Felix and Denis, as well. I mean, a couple of Canadian young stars that are really bold and courageous on the court and playing some great tennis. You know, we're gonna have a shift. Obviously Zverev leads the way of young guys. Don't know who else. I mean, there are a couple of young guys like Hurkacz, the Polish guy. It's great. We need that. We need new faces in tennis. I think the tennis future is bright. Continue to read full article...

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Mar/19

20

Wednesday Miami Open

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  Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams crossed paths at the ribbon cutting ceremony on stadium but they did not acknowledge each other. Williams seemed to eye down Osaka as she was brought to the photo op setting on court, as if studying her arch rival, or perhaps intimidation tactics. Continue to read full article...

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