“If Djokovic were to take on the role of the villain, he would win a lot more money” – interview with Nicolas Pereira
LONDON - The passion for tennis does not let go of Nicolás Pereira. Pro player in the nineties, TV commentator since the beginning of the 2000s, and also from 2023, member of the ATP Players' Council. The Venezuelan is the
LONDON - Diego Schwartzman says he is "another player" than he was in the first half of 2023, but he is not obsessed with regaining the status he held for more than five years. "I'm at the stage of saying 'let's
LONDON - The GOAT debate runs for Feliciano Lopez on two different tracks: one is that of titles and records, which on the men's side, has in Novak Djokovic an absolute winner. The other is that of emotions. "I think the
“Federer and Nadal have been more transcendental in tennis than Djokovic” – interview with Toni Nadal
MANACOR (Mallorca, Spain) - Novak Djokovic is better than Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal because he won more titles than them, but the Swiss and the Spaniard are more trascendental in the history of tennis than the Serb. Who says so?
LONDON - Brazilian Thiago Seyboth Wild was a storm at Roland Garros. Tennis and extra-tennis storm, because after his great first-round victory over Russian Daniil Medvedev, a complex story of judicial background was installed in the international media. "I think sometimes
Rafael Nadal underwent surgery for a psoas iliacus injury with the intention of getting back to his best form, playing in 2024 and saying goodbye to professional tennis. But the story may be different, believes one of his great friends
“The umpire told me I wouldn’t have been disqualified if the ballkid I hit was a boy” – interview with Miyu Kato
BERLIN - Paris was a roller coaster of emotions for Miyu Kato. Sadness, anger and helplessness thanks to an unfair sanction; calm, consolation and joy for a title won. "My mind was very bad. After the disqualification I seriously thought
PARIS - Some interviews should be done next to a couch: quite a paradox in the case of Chilean Nicolas Jarry, because he is living the best moment of his career. Or maybe not so much: Jarry's great present exists
PARIS - Gabriela Sabatini moves through Roland Garros and leaves a trail of open mouths in her wake: is it her, is it really her, how can she be so well preserved? She is almost in as good shape as when
Varillas, the surprise of Roland Garros who wants to ruin Djokovic’s party: “When you step on the court you are 50-50”.
PARIS - Juan Pablo Varillas has been watching Peru from afar for six years, although he never stops thinking about Peru. This Sunday, when the world No. 94 will step onto the Philippe Chatrier stadium for the most important match