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Federer Walks Off Into Shadows With Clock Ticking

Posted by REUTERS on Nov 27th, 2013
(Reuters) - Roger Federer slid his racket into his bag and walked off into the shadows of London's o2 Arena on Sunday as his leanest season since 2001 came to a rather predictable end at the hands of Rafa Nadal. The 32-year-old's 7-5 6-3 defeat in the semi-finals of the ATP World Tour Finals ended his hopes of winning the title for a seventh time and with h…Read more

David Ferrer Captures First Masters Title in Paris

Posted by Staff Writer on Nov 6th, 2012
The last Masters tournament of the year was full of twists, turns and surprises. In the end, one of the tennis world’s top contenders earned his first Master Series title. Saturday November 3rd saw two competitors battle it out for the BNP Paribas Masters Final in Paris. David Ferrer, world tennis contender since 2000 and current world number four, me…Read more

Former No. 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero Retires

Posted by Staff Writer on Oct 25th, 2012
Tuesday, October 25th was marked as the day of the final professional tennis match of former number one, Spanish born Juan Carlos Ferrero. He began playing tennis at the age of seven with his father, won his first professional tournament at the age of 18, won the 2003 French Open, started Equelite-Juan Carlos Ferrero Tennis Academy, and owns and operates hi…Read more

Australian Open 2013: News from Melbourne, Australia

Posted by Staff Writer on Oct 4th, 2012
For over a century, the month of January has been marked with the first tennis major of the new year: the Australian Open. Hosted in the beautiful country of Australia, the Asia and Pacific Grand Slam has wowed fans with remarkable play and unpredictable weather for years. In 2013, tennis professionals from around the world will battle for fame and fortune,…Read more

Davis Cup Final: Spain v Czech

Posted by Staff Writer on Sep 17th, 2012
For over a century the Davis Cup has been host to international tennis competition. Since its simple beginnings as a United States v. Britain match in 1900, the tournament has since expanded to include 123 nations in this years competition, making it the largest annual international team competition in all of sports. This year, David Ferrer and the Spanish …Read more

Andy Murray Wins 2012 US Open Championship

Posted by Staff Writer on Sep 11th, 2012
It took just under five hours for Andy Murray to win the first Grand Slam title of his career, and the first major tennis title for the United Kingdom in 76 years. Tennis fans around the world witnessed a world-class slug-fest that tied the longest match ever played at the US Open: 7-6, 7-5, 2-6, 3-6, 6-2 in four hours fifty-four minutes. “It was an i…Read more

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