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Rafael Nadal has not yet touched a racquet since Jordan Thompson thwarted his return to tennis on January 5th in Brisbane. Nevertheless, he dreams. He does not give up and continues to think big. Those in Brisbane were his first steps

When news began to circulate in 2021 that tennis would be portrayed in depth on Netflix, many rubbed their hands together. The precedent of "Drive to Survive", an engaging immersion into the world of Formula 1, allowed for excitement. In

When Rafael Nadal, racket in hand, appears walking through the Brisbane tournament holding Rafael Nadal's hand, racket in hand, the same question that has been asked so many times comes up again. How is this possible? Brisbane is the first stop on

This is an exclusive preview in English of "Gracias, Rafael Nadal's legacy", the book written by Sebastián Fest (Penguin Random House), which goes on sale this Thursday, November 23rd in Spain. Below is the complete first chapter of the book. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Paris,

Quitting tennis and not having a life project can be very dangerous, but perhaps not as dangerous as being young, playing tennis and living in the unreal social media world. Says the Argentine Juan Mónaco, a man who methodically prepared

NEW YORK - In this interview with Conchita Martinez has a categorical rejection of the option of the women's tour landing in Saudi Arabia: "Why would we go to Saudi Arabia with the way they see us women there?" The venue

Guillermo Salatino's Op-Ed | Gabriela Sabatini spoke, a few days ago, about the differences between tennis nowadays and during the eighties and nineties, when she was a pro. "Today the tennis dominance (in women tennis) is more changeable. Before there was