Stefanos Tsitsipas can play a lot like Roger Federer, says Brad Gilbert

The tennis coach and ESPN analyst believes that win over comes as no surprise in some ways. The 20-year-old Greek had already defeated three top players – Novak Djokovic, Alexander Zverev and Kevin Anderson – at last years Rogers Cup in Toronto and he now made an even bigger step forward defeating Federer on Sunday.Read moreRead more

The recovery of energy in tennis: all you need to know

Recovery of energy after a tennis match is a fundamental part of a tennis players life. Post-match requires different steps for recovery, with different techniques and methodologies. An article of the , entitled , gave interesting information about this topic. Below, we propose the abstract and some important steps: Improving the recovery capabilities of theRead moreRead more

John McEnroe blasts Alexander Zverev: 'He would have lost even in qualies'

struggles in Grand Slams have been well-known. The 21-year-old only reached a quarter-final in Majors, at last years French Open losing to Dominic Thiem. The Hamburg native lost to Milos Raonic in a fourth round straight-set match at the Australian Open on Monday and the seven-time Grand Slam winner John McEnroe, commenting the match onRead moreRead more

WTA Hua Hin: Linette, Wang, Golubic and Zidansek reach quarters

In the battle of the players barely ranked inside the top-100, Magda Linette defeated Monica Niculescu 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 in two hours and 30 minutes to secure the place in the quarters. Back in Beijing 2014, Niculescu lost just one game against the Pole and she was off to a good start today as well,Read moreRead more

Novak Djokovic:'Trophies are even more special sharing them with my family'

got emotional while speaking about his family. In an interview to Nine, when the TV channel showed some pictures featuring his four-year-old son Stefan and one-year-old daughter Tara watching his Australian Open final win over , the world No. 1 said: I would like to say hello to my family, starting with my wife andRead moreRead more

'At the US Open, most of the crowd was for Serena Williams' – Naomi Osaka

defeated in three sets, 7-6(2) 5-7 6-4, to win her second Grand Slam title in a row after the 2018 US Open. In press conference, the Japanese player was asked to describe how different was this match compared to the win over Serena. In New York, most of the crowd was for Serena. Here itRead moreRead more

Kevin Anderson explains how Frances Tiafoe can beat Rafael Nadal

On a column for SuperSport the world No. 6 commented on the upcoming match between and at the Australian Open. Anderson lost to the American in the second round and he did not look great physically as he dealt with a elbow issue. I felt Frances played a really good match against me, and heRead moreRead more

Russia's Karen Khachanov: We need to try to get win over Switzerland

Rising Russian star Karen Khachanov admits he doesnt know much about the Swiss Davis Cup team but says his side needs to get the win this weekend. Russia will be hosted by Switzerland in a Davis Cup qualifying round tie on an indoor-hard surface in Biel. Russian Davis Cup Team Captain Shamil Tarpischev nominated Khachanov,Read moreRead more

'Having a baby is a big thing. Now Serena Williams is fitter' – Coach

is a better player than 2018, claimed her coach at the Australian Open after the American players win over Simona Halep. Speaking in a conference call, Mouratoglou said: I think shes fitter than she was last year because even though she really made a lot of effort to come back in shape, I dont thinkRead moreRead more

'Rafael Nadal could have been a footballer like Cristiano Ronaldo' -Gilbert

The ESPN analyst believes that could have been a football player if he were not successful in tennis. The Spaniard played football as a kid and he is still a passionate FC Real Madrid fan. I was sitting next to an (NFL) football player at the US Open a couple of years ago, Gilbert toldRead moreRead more