Every third Friday of December we celebrate the NATIONAL UNDERDOG
DAY. Why do we celebrate it you ask? Well, because people tend to
rally around those who are not favored to win, but expected to lose or
fail, and it’s been that way since the beginning of mankind.
Probably because we all feel a bit like underdogs, we simply love them
and root for them, and no...
Tennis world turns attention to Shanghai, as the 9th edition of
Shanghai Rolex Masters is about to kick off this weekend. Although,
quite a few important names are missing this year, it’s still going
to be an 8-day 99-match spectacle that represents the culmination of
the Asian Swing.
The only tournament played in Asia and eight out of nine ATP Would
The excitement rises are we’re just 2 days and 18 hours away from a
brand-new tournament with a format like never seen before!
The tournament is named and played in honor and legacy of Australian
tennis legend, ROD LAVER, widely regarded as the greatest tennis
player of the 20th century. He holds many all-time records, including
200 singles titles, winning all...
We are only one weekend away from the last Grand Slam of the year, as
the 2017 US Open tennis tournament is about to kick off on 28th
August. And precisely because it is the last major of the season, US
Open always represents the excitement climax both among the players
and tennis fans, but the story has a bit different connotation this
Namely, with the...
It’s that time of the year again – All England Lawn Tennis and
Croquet Club becomes alive again and the center of tennis world’s
attention. No tournament, including other Grand Slams, creates such an
atmosphere as Wimbledon. And there are numerous reasons why, including
the feeling of nobility in the air, attending the same event as The
Queen and the Royal...
Two days left to one of the most anticipated tennis tournaments of
the year – Roland Garros 2017, second of the Grand Slams this year
and world’s premier clay court event will begin on 28th May. Both
female and male singles tennis players will be competing for the Prize
Money of €1.2 million, while the runner ups will pocket €1
For the first time in their careers, 2-time winner Roger Federer and
Indian Wells champion Rafael Nadal didn’t show up on the draw. The
draw still includes former champion Novak Djokovic, US Open winner
Andy Murray plus Indian Wells runner-up Juan Martin Del Potro and many
Two-time defending champion DJOKOVIC and winner of three Miami titles
This is the first Grand Slam of the year. It's also the first Grand
Slam in more than a decade that Andy Roddick will not contest. I found
myself looking at the men's singles draw and, by habit, I scanned it
quickly to see if the American was anywhere near Roger Federer. For
that brief scanning, I had actually forgotten that my favorite male
tennis player retired...