Juan Carlos Ferrero, the man who “builds” Carlos Alcaraz: “He still has a lot of room for improvement. And his obligation is not to win tournaments”
BUENOS AIRES - Juan Carlos Ferrero is Dorian Grey. Twenty years after reaching the number one tennis ranking, the Spaniard does not seem to show any signs of ageing. At 43, he is practically the same as he was at
The “Zverev case” is dragging on too long, says the President of the German Tennis Federation
MELBOURNE -Dietloff von Arnim questions the ATP: he doesn't understand why it has taken so long to deliver the results of the investigation into the domestic violence allegations against Alexander Zverev. "I don’t know when it’s coming to an end.
“Djokovic is a gentleman, but he’s not cool. Monfils and Dimitrov, they’re cool” – a conversation with Alexandr Bublik
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