TAG: Roland Garros

Jun/17

7

Thiem Knocks Out Djokovic In Three Sets

Dominic Thiem obliterated defending champion Novak Djokovic 76 63 60 in a devastating performance which has to be one of the worst defeats by a title defender in recent Grand Slam history.

Thiem, the ATP World No 7 player, is now just two match wins from becoming the first Grand Slam major champion from Austria since Thomas Muster won in Paris in 1995.

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Jun/17

4

Biofile: Fernando Verdasco Interview

By Scoop Malinowski

DOB: November 15, 1983 In: Madrid, Spain

Tennis Inspiration: “I was always dreaming to be a tennis player. And dreaming to be playing this kind of big tournaments. Watching my idol was Andre Agassi when I was 11, 12, 13, I was looking to him, always thinking to be like one of these great players in these tournaments. And try to be the best player I can. I was always trying to be a great player like Agassi, Sampras, Bruguera, was my motivation to one day play this kind of tournament.”

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Jun/17

2

Has Djokovic Lost His Desire?

DjokartNovak Djokovic is no longer the ruthless tennis machine who brazenly thrived while dethroning and then dominating icons Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

That relentlessly ambitious Djokovic is gone. Today we have a man who seems more interested in building his image as a peace and love ambassador, trying to attract love and adoration from all the fans and media by behaving as a perfect sportsman.

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