“What are we going to Saudi Arabia for? Look how they see women there – interview with Conchita Martinez
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
NEW YORK - Seeing a psychologist has helped Peru's number one to understand that his mind, physique and tennis are fit for the top level of competition, after being relegated to the secondary circuit for five or six years without
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
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 - Who wants a Wimbledon final between Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz? The fans, the press, and surely, even if they can't say it, the tournament itself. Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz Not many professional players dare to talk about a
“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 - During a Wimbledon edition with less political discussion than expected, one of the Ukrainian tennis key actors spiced up with a series of allegations: "We share locker rooms with people who want our families dead and our people
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
Why are there no known gay tennis players on the ATP? “Maybe there are, but they are afraid, this is a macho sport”.
PARIS - There is one thing that separates the WTA from the ATP, one aspect in which they are very different: on the women's tennis tour there are players who are openly lesbian. In the men's tennis tour, no player