The third set of the 2011 US Open final between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, as told in GIFs.
Earlier in the week, Lindsay shared her wishlist. I jokingly said that she might end up 0 for 5 on wishes, even though I am rooting for some of them to come true. Last week Amy shared her five wishes for the 2013 tennis season, and I think she has a great chance of getting at least two of those wishes in 2013. Without further ado, here are my five wishes for the 2013 season:
As we all in the US continue our slow digestion of the many lovely treats from Thanksgiving dinner, I thought it would be interesting to see what tennis players had to say during this very American holiday. Our Changeover Twitter account follows many pros, so here is a chronological look at what they decided to share with us on Thanksgiving Day:
Welcome to a another LIVE edition of How the Match Was Won! Today we have the sixth grudge match of the year between Tomas Berdych and Nicolás Almagro, with the Czech No.1 leading Almagro 4-1 in the year’s matches (the overall head-to-head favors Berdych 8-3).
This is the second installment of the “Social Media Studies” series, where we look at how the ATP and WTA players are doing on twitter and facebook. Check out the first installment, “10 Favorite Stanislas Wawrinka RTs.”
The ATP is just not the same without Rafael Nadal. Whether you’re a member of the Vamos Brigade or not, at this point I think it’s safe to say that we all miss him. Luckily, Rafa (or, if you’re a cynic, Benito) is an avid user of Social Media. He chronicles fishing escapades, workouts, and lots of time with his cousin. He also inadvertently chronicles his personal battles with his hair.
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, […]