It’s eleven o’clock in the morning in Paris, and the accesses to track 4 of training are already collapsed. The silent rally that takes place in the adjoining space, where Roger Federer is tuned before his premiere, contrasts with the crunches of Rafael Nadal’s string. Read More “Nadal got to lose a little the illusion”
Of return to itself, Rafael Nadal ascended yesterday another rung with a convincing performance in front of Stefanos Tsitsipas, the youngster who a week ago ruined his parade through the sand of the Caja Mágica in Madrid. Raising his performance considerably, the number two calmed the Athenian’s competitive momentum (6-3 and 6-4, in 1h 42m) and returned after four months to a final, the second of this season after which he played at the end January in Melbourne, against Novak Djokovic. Read More “Nadal against Djokovic: his great negation”
Even with the memory of the London Masters fresh in our minds, we can already find the great Davis Cup final tennis on the horizon of our weekend (yes, we know it’s Monday, but we want to motivate ourselves). This year, the big finalists are Belgium and Great Britain, who will compete for this prestigious trophy in Ghent.
On the occasion of one of the most important events in world tennis, from Sprinter, we bring you a collection of the best stories of tennis throughout its history. Although some are more curious than others, all tennis reveal that promotes solidarity, the teamwork, and overcoming. Read More “The Best Tennis Anecdotes”