Eric Babolat on Nadal, Alcaraz and how to string a racquet: “I’m sure I’m the only head of a company who is able to do that”
PARIS - When your name is Babolat, your future is written. Or no, maybe it doesn't have to be, says Eric Babolat, CEO of the world's oldest tennis equipment company and proud partner of two of tennis' biggest stars, Rafael
One month of life, one month of success: CLAY makes a strong impact on the global tennis community
It seems like a year, but it's barely a month: in just over four weeks, CLAY has made a strong impact on the global tennis community to establish itself as a benchmark for tennis fans. We were born on 20 May
INTERVIEW- Nikolay Davydenko: “Nadal on hard was for me just like another opponent”
These days, Nikolay Davydenko is living a peaceful life coaching kids aged 9-11 years old, a group that includes his daughter Ekaterina. "And some clients, people who can pay money“, Davydenko said laughingly. Relaxed and in great spirits, the 41-year old Russian
FEATURE – Play a few events, have fun, enjoy the penthouse: Nick likes Kyrgios Formula
HALLE, Germany - Nick Kyrgios hits hard. Especially on his serve, the ball seems to travel faster than usual. He celebrates loudly when he hits a winner. He curses when the ball goes wide. And he throws himself to the
Nadal, superior to Federer and Djokovic: “You can’t compare them” – In-depth interview with Ion Tiriac
Ion Tiriac invites to sit in the entrance to the presidential box at the Philippe Chatrier Stadium at Roland Garros. The journalist shouldn't be there, but with a slight gesture from the Romanian, the waters open up. He is in
ANALYSIS – Tennis facing an unexpected dynamic: What if Australia 2022 was the big mistake in Djokovic’s career?
At the beginning of January 2022, tennis seemed to surrender to Novak Djokovic: the Serb would add several Grand Slam titles and neither Rafael Nadal nor Roger Federer would be able to stop him. The GOAT (or the most successful,
FEATURE – For all her love of Rafael Nadal, there is a bit of Roger Federer in Iga Swiatek
When Ash Barty announced her retirement in March, few people were more shocked than Iga Swiatek. The Australian had just won her home Grand Slam, the first woman to do so since 1978, and was riding high at the top of
Steffi Graf forsakes her ultra-low profile to talk about the Ukraine, social media pressure and violence in U.S.
Steffi Graf's life is extraordinary in more ways than one. In tennis, there are plenty of arguments for many to rightly claim that she is the greatest player of all time. At the tender age of 19, she won the
INTERVIEW WITH MARTINA NAVRATILOVA: EXPECTS NAOMI OSAKA TO OVERCOME AND PLAY WIMBLEDON “ENJOYING AND EMBRACING IT”
PARIS - When you talk to Martina Navratilova one thing is clear before the conversation starts: the answers will be direct, sharp. The nine-time Wimbledon champion speaks as she used to play, taking the net and without fear of risk.