— Novak Djokovic, not Federer, is not only the greatest ever male tennis player, he is also challenging our very idea of what is possible — [Warning/disclaimer: The following contains tennis statistics and sustained enthusiasm about sporting activities. While every attempt has been made not to include irrelevant facts and figures, by reading this blog post, … Continue reading
US Open (a final word) All credit to Neil Armstrong and pals, but Murray’s win – at least for British tennis fans – feels better than Man’s first walk on the moon. The world feels a different place. With Andy Murray’s victory the landscape of tennis in the modern era has fundmentally changed. It doesn’t … Continue reading
US Open Forget everything else, what a tennis player does at the moment of victory is often how they’ll be remembered Amid the gusts and the grunts, our man Andy has come through brilliantly, reaching his fifth slam final, his second this year. Now all he needs to do is win it. I say fifth … Continue reading
Murray shows grit to go through, Roddick is no more and Federer stumbles before Berdych. The US Open quarter finals didn’t fail to impress. It is no longer shocking to hear of Roger going out. I will sing his praises forever. But, despite returning to being number one, which is an incredible achievement, he’s not quite … Continue reading
>> Update September 5, 2012: Roddick loses in the fourth round to former champion Del Potro 6-7, 7-6, 6-2, 6-4, after a good run at the US Open. Good luck for the future, Andy. US Open As Roddick’s career comes to a close, he should not be judged only on his one Slam title Imagine… … Continue reading
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