Here are 25 things that make Janko Tipsarevic sigh:
Former World No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki is known for her interesting sense of humor, both intentional and unintentional. Without further ado, here are 15 of Wozniacki’s most entertaining moments.
Social Media Studies: Understanding Nicolás Almagro through his use of Twitter during the month of July 2012
Nicolás Almagro is a bit of an enigma to the English-speaking tennis world. To try to shine some light into this complex character, we delve into Almagro’s life through his use of Twitter during a single month of 2012.
“I beat the Olympic champion, US Open champion. I beat Andy Murray. Unbelievable feeling for me. Still, I have the feeling that in a few minutes I’m going to wake up and it will all be gone.” – Jerzy Janowicz A name. That’s all Jerzy Janowicz was to me before this week: a name. […]
You guys, Julien Benneteau is just awesome.
He’s awesome at tennis. When he’s on his game, the enigmatic Frenchmen effortlessly prances around the court, hitting winners at will.
He’s awesome at being dramatic. All Benneteau matches are like HBO mini-series. I’ve seen him shake hands with his opponent and take a bow after the second point of the match, yell at fans on the sidewalks through the fence and wind screens for being too loud, and sit on a match-time clock and refuse to move until an umpire changed a ruling.
When Juan Martin del Potro retired from his match against Jurgen Melzer in Shanghai with a right wrist injury shortly after winning his first Grand Slam at the 2009 US Open, many assumed the retirement was simply a sign that he had burnt out after a long, successful summer.
But del Potro’s wrist injury worsened to the point where he was forced to have surgery, and the Argentinian has been fighting ever since to get back to the top of the ATP Tour.