“I have lived through a revolution in my life after Roland Garros” – an in-depth conversation with Nadia Podoroska
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
“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
Turkey to face the vegetarian power of Daniel Galan in Davis Cup: “The world is moving towards vegetarianism”
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,
NEW YORK - Of course he would lose, said Rafael Nadal. "No doubt about it." Would he lose? Who is he? Him? To whom? To Rafael Nadal. Sorry? Let's rewind: the Rafael Nadal 2022 version would lose to the Rafael Nadal of 2013. And
NEW YORK - Is Roger Federer coming back to say goodbye? Or is he coming back to come back, to play the 2023 season to the full and prove to himself that he is the one who will decide when,
Guillermo Salatino and the end of a fabulous saga that spans 45 years and 147 Grand Slams: “Tennis has fed my good ego”
LONDON - It's not the retirement of a great tennis player, but it is the endpoint for a great tennis star. He is 76 years old and spent the last 45 years travelling the world to cover 147 Grand Slams.
These days, Nikolay Davydenko is living a peaceful life coaching kids aged 9-11 years old, a group that includes his daughter Ekaterina. "And some clients, people who can pay money“, Davydenko said laughingly. Relaxed and in great spirits, the 41-year old Russian
Nadal, superior to Federer and Djokovic: “You can’t compare them” – In-depth interview with Ion Tiriac
Ion Tiriac invites to sit in the entrance to the presidential box at the Philippe Chatrier Stadium at Roland Garros. The journalist shouldn't be there, but with a slight gesture from the Romanian, the waters open up. He is in
INTERVIEW WITH MARTINA NAVRATILOVA: EXPECTS NAOMI OSAKA TO OVERCOME AND PLAY WIMBLEDON “ENJOYING AND EMBRACING IT”
PARIS - When you talk to Martina Navratilova one thing is clear before the conversation starts: the answers will be direct, sharp. The nine-time Wimbledon champion speaks as she used to play, taking the net and without fear of risk.