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  BUENOS AIRES - Juan Carlos Ferrero limps slightly to the interview. He injured a cartilage in his right knee in January 2023 playing padel, underwent surgery a few weeks ago and therefore missed the Australian Open, which he followed from

BUENOS AIRES - When the ATP ranking became official, on August 23rd, 1973, nine of the ten best tennis players in the world had one-handed backhands. Jimmy Connors, the tenth best player in the world according to that first official

BUENOS AIRES - The tension of dealing with sixth match points to win your first professional title, in the most important tennis stadium in your country, with six thousand people cheering you on, must be incalculable. Facundo Díaz Acosta lived it

BUENOS AIRES - The tennis balls suffered with the match of hyper-powered strokes between Nicolás Jarry and Carlos Alcaraz. The Chilean was the winner of an electrifying and very varied match on a warm afternoon in Buenos Aires. Jarry won 7-6

BUENOS AIRES - The ATP is not considering the Cordoba Open in its 2025 calendar, and although the event's organization currently has no plan B in mind, the reality is that they will have to settle for being a Challenger

Until Wednesday, February 14th, Rafael Nadal had remained silent on the issue that perhaps received more criticism throughout his career: Saudi Arabia. The Spaniard announced a month ago his incorporation as ambassador of the Saudi Arabian Tennis Federation, and from

BUENOS AIRES - Diego Schwartzman has very little gas left in the tank. The former world No. 8 acknowledged it after losing in the first round of the Argentina Open. Playing at home, on his most comfortable surface and in

BUENOS AIRES - Between Paris and Paris, Carlos Alcaraz prefers the golden Paris, the Paris of Olympic gold. "It's a dream for me to bring Olympic gold to my country," said the Spaniard in Buenos Aires on Monday, who has a

BUENOS AIRES - Money moves the world, they say. And tennis, of course. Martín Jaite, director of the ATP 250 in Buenos Aires, a vibrant, crowd-pulling tournament that is looking to jump to the 500 category, knows this well, but