To kick off a “Never Forget” week in which we look back on classic tennis matches and players who aren’t active anymore, we discuss some of our fondest tennis memories in a Changeover Chat, a quick back and forth between the writing staff at The Changeover.
YouTube Chronicles – 2004 Masters Cup: Roger Federer, Marat Safin and the Endless Tiebreaker (Part Two)
After setting the table for so long on Tuesday, let’s now dive into the second set of this Masters Cup semifinal. You know, the one with the historic tiebreaker. Here we go.
YouTube Chronicles – 2004 Masters Cup: Roger Federer, Marat Safin and the Endless Tiebreaker (Part One)
As Roger Federer starts his quest for his seventh World Tour Finals title, it occurred to me that this could be a good time to revisit a match I had never watched, but heard plenty about: Federer’s semifinal encounter with Marat Safin at the 2004 Masters Cup, held that year in Houston, Texas.
In order to get you excited for the upcoming Paris Masters, here is a look back at one match of probably the most random hot streak in recent history: David Nalbandián’s tear through Madrid and Paris in 2007. Not much is at play this year in Bercy, but maybe, just maybe, we’ll get something special, […]