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    Clay’s general producer has been covering the world of tennis for more than 10 years, with experience in Grand Slams, ATP tournaments, Olympic Games and Davis Cup.

    NEW YORK - The happy hormones are having a visible effect on Nadia Podoroska. The dopamine and endorphins were less present in her body in the last year, because of a series of injuries that kept her out of competition. But she

    "Man, look at you! You're huge, you look like a bodybuilder." Chilean TV host Martín Cárcamo was very surprised when he met Marcelo Ríos again after a while, in a gym in Sarasota. The interviewer of the show "De Tú a

    NEW YORK - With apologies to Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, Alexandr Bublik is one of the men of the moment. With an almost completely melted ice cream that he devoured in the first few minutes of the interview, the

    Smiling, amused, complicit, excited, embraced, united. Bathed in the same tears. What was seen between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on the final day of the Swiss's career was the perfect ending to a rivalry that began with distance and

    Just like an amateur tennis player's feelings before playing the weekend tournament at the club of a lifetime. Roger Federer loves the run-up to a tennis match: tying his laces, putting on his bandana, looking in the mirror and saying to

    Carlos Alcaraz is the new world number one and Roger Federer says goodbye to tennis, but Rafael Nadal wants no confusion: his career continues, he does not plan to retire. "I hope you do not think that my career is over,

    When it's time to say goodbye, Roger Federer is clear that he must avoid what happened to Pete Sampras. Naomi Klein already said it: No Logo. In this case it is "No Sampras". When the American won the US Open in

    NEW YORK - Daniel Elahi Galan has always been a vegetarian. His parents raised him without meat in his diet, and he wants to extend that kind of upbringing to his children. If he ever becomes a father, of course,

    Roger Federer said goodbye and the succession of broken hearts around the world is overwhelming. The first, that of Carlos Alcaraz, who at 19 confirmed that not all dreams come true: on Sunday he won the US Open to become

    NEW YORK - When Carlos Alcaraz felt a duty to win, he lost. When he didn't see the court as a playground, he fared the worst of the year. In Montreal, he would speak candidly after losing in his opener