Career of Pete Sampras: First Week As No. 1: 12 April 1993 Total Weeks At No. 1: 286 Year-End No. 1: 1993-1998 As World No. 1 With 286 weeks at the top of the FedEx ATP Rankings, Sampras is second… Read More ›
Up to 60% of the usual capacity will be allowed inside the Roland Garros grounds for the 2020 edition of the French Open amid the COVID-19 crisis, organizers said on Thursday. French federation president Bernard Giudicelli told a news conference… Read More ›
While Naomi Osaka is best known for her prodigious talent on the tennis court, earning her the world number one spot at the age of just 21—plus, of course, her unforgettable victory at the 2018 U.S. Open against Serena Williams—the… Read More ›
He was a professional tennis player, who represented India – the country of his birth – at Wimbledon and the US Open, before becoming one of Hollywood’s biggest players, producing films with stars from Cate Blanchett to Angelina Jolie…. Read More ›
17- year #Tennis career, 22 Grand Slam singles and spent a record 377 weeks as world number one – #SteffiGraf : Born June 14, 1969
The pursuit of perfection in tennis has proved beyond all but one player in the modern era, Germany’s Steffi Graf. During her 17-year career Graf collected 22 Grand Slam singles titles and spent a record 377 weeks as world… Read More ›
Dubai: A second knee surgery in less than four months, and Roger Federer — considered by many as one of the finest gifts to tennis — is hopeful of making yet another memorable return. The 20-time champion, who is realistically… Read More ›
(Reuters) – Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic were among the tennis players who joined the #BlackOutTuesday campaign against racial injustice, as protests continue over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in police custody…. Read More ›
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Nadal on Instagram live addressing COVID-19. Federer and Murray joined him.