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    There's something worse than meeting Rafael Nadal in a Roland Garros final: facing him on a golf course. Casper Ruud, 24 years old, knows this well. The Norwegian has experienced both situations, and has come to the conclusion that with club

    When you sit down with Mats Wilander to talk tennis, there's one thing you can be sure of: whether he gets it right or wrong, his predictions and analysis will be sharp, interesting and entertaining. "He's starving! After what happened in

    When Taylor Fritz was a teenager, he only saw four or five players capable of winning a Grand Slam. Today, the North-American sees the picture differently: "Big titles are more winnable than they used to be." In an in-depth interview with CLAY,

    Change the racquet for the “paddle” and leave disappointed: it happened to a Grand Slam champion who, when he took an important position in the world of paddle, realized the organizational disorder and the lack of collaborative spirit of his

    RIYADH - "The thing about Djokovic and Nadal is that on their bad days, they still play great tennis". For the rest, that large group of players with less than 20 Grand Slams, which includes former number one Daniil Medvedev, it's

    The tennis of the last four decades would be different without Nick Bollettieri, who died on December 4th 2022 at the age of 91. When it came to having a conversation about tennis, Bollettieri was one of the most interesting people

    The sum of "Pakistan" and "sport" is almost as obvious as a 1+1: cricket. There is, however, one man who has been challenging the country's sporting mathematics for almost a quarter of a century, Aisam ul-Haq Qureshi. A source of pride

    She is the best South American tennis player of the moment and one of the best Brazilians ever, but people's recognition might not be fair at all: "In Brazil, if you're not Guga (Kuerten) or Ayrton Senna, you're not enough,". Beatriz

    NEW YORK - Canada's Leylah Fernández hides her arms through the sleeves of her t-shirt. Right after the entrance of the US Open's media centre, in the interview area, the blast of the air conditioning feels very strong. It always