“We must go to every corner of the globe, not only care about Grand Slams nations” – interview with Dietloff von Arnim
Forget about putting the focus on Australia, France, Great Britain or the United States if the goal is to improve tennis, says in this interview Dietloff von Arnim. "We shouldn't just worry about the Grand Slams nations. Much more important is
NEW YORK - What more could Novak Djokovic want, if he already has almost everything? The Serb always desires more, and among his wishes for 2024 is one that is out of his hands, but that tennis lovers will most
NEW YORK - Perhaps Roger Federer thought so when he beat Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon 2019 and advanced to the final that ended in Swiss tragedy. There is no doubt that Nadal himself, aware of the ongoing struggle he carries
NEW YORK - A streak of twelve straight wins, two titles, and an auspicious start to the last Grand Slam of the year. Success in Sebastian Báez 's career is coming with a degree of independence. "Friendship can sometimes be overrated,"
Cincinnati gave tennis the best final in the tournament's history and one of the best matches in 2023. Carlos Alcaraz cried, his brother cried, Novak Djokovic was moved and millions of people all over the world were, quite simply, dumbfounded.
LONDON - Asics thought of a detail for its pre-Wimbledon event. The Japanese sportswear brand invited tennis players to customize their shoes before the competition on London's grass. Several engraved the tournament logo, or opted for a design with the
LONDON - A Grand Slam quarterfinal brings recognition, experience and ranking points. A run to the top eight of a major changes the career of any tennis player. As it happened to Tomás Martín Etcheverry at Roland Garros. And they also
“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