Paul Annacone has coached the two men who have won more Wimbledon titles than anyone else: Roger Federer (8) and Pete Sampras (7). According to the former World No. 12, there are differences between what makes them great on grass. “Pete’s is obviously his serve…. Read More ›
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 ›
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 ›
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‘Tomorrow will be better than today’: #RogerFederer turns narrator for #Wimbledon – Healthcare workers to be the ‘new champions this summer’
We are UNITED IN HOPE💚💜 @Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/lDKJJPgFJw — Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) April 9, 2020 As Wimbledon was cancelled for the first time in 75 years due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Roger Federer lent his voice to the video… Read More ›
Roger Federer has set his sights on Wimbledon after the 20-time major winner had knee surgery that will see him miss the French Open. The third-ranked Swiss superstar, the world’s best-paid tennis player with $93.4 million in annual earnings according… Read More ›
On 7 July 2013, Andy Murray ended Great Britain’s 77-year wait for a Wimbledon men’s singles champion. In the latest in a series recalling some of the greatest sporting moments of the decade. Read more at: https://www.bbc.com/sport/tennis/50868765