Matteo Berrettini, the ninth seed at the Australian Open, will be hoping to reach the semifinals at a Grand Slam for the second time in his career, after also reaching that stage at the 2019 US Open. That might look like an ambitious goal for the Italian, but he has been playing good tennis at […] READ MORE
Author: Aldo Ostreicher
Bernard Tomic Returns to the Australian Open
Two years after his last appearance, Australian tennis prodigy Bernard Tomic returns to the Australian Open, the Grand Slam of his country. Last year, he failed to qualify. After a year to forget, not only because of his poor results, but also because of his controversies. Tomic: The Australian Tennis Prodigy Tomic may not be as […] READ MORE
The Mistake of Comparing Young Talents to Nadal, Djokovic, or Federer
How many times did you hear someone comparing a young talent to a member of “the Big 3”? We’ve all heard it plenty, and none of those times was true because they are unique players. That’s why comparing young talents to Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, or ROger Federer is a mistake. Nonetheless, some people tend […] READ MORE
The Unfair Criticism of Novak Djokovic
This week we witnessed continued unfair criticism of Novak Djokovic. Another chapter full of nonsense from those who like to criticize everything Djokovic says or does. It seems they are waiting for World #1 to do something to seize their moment and keep vilifying Djokovic. This time, the Australian Open quarantine conditions were the trigger […] READ MORE
The Legacy of Juan Carlos Ferrero Is Not Over
Juan Carlos Ferrero, also known as “Mosquito Ferrero”, is a former World #1 and the winner of the 2003 French Open. He also won the Davis Cup with Spain three times, and multiple Masters Series events. But the legacy of Ferrero did not end when he retired from professional tennis since his life is still linked […] READ MORE
Can Roger Federer Keep His Grand Slam Record?
Roger Federer, who holds the Grand Slam record in men’s tennis with Nadal, announced through his agent that he won’t be playing the Australian Open this year. He is not in proper physical shape to compete yet. The Swiss maestro is still recovering from his knee injury and hopes to be ready at the end […] READ MORE
Will Andy Murray Claim His Place in Tennis in 2021?
Sir Andrew Barron Murray, born on May 15, 1987, in Scotland. He was called to be a British tennis legend and he definitely met expectations. But nobody knows how far he would have gone without having his serious hip injury. Now, he is healthy again and people may wonder if Andy Murray will be able […] READ MORE
Rafael Nadal and the Art Of Winning with Fewer Points
In tennis, there are some times where the player that wins the match didn’t win more points than their opponent. This situation of winning with fewer points rarely occurs but when it happens, the player who won the match is usually the one who managed better the difficult situations. Playing with the score and dealing […] READ MORE
Del Potro Keeps Fighting Against Knee Injury
Some of you may be wondering how Juan Martin Del Potro dealing with his injury. Will he be back in 2021? Well, we have reasons to be optimistic, but there is still big uncertainty about the exact day of his comeback. A Career Stopped by Injuries All tennis players have suffered some injuries during their […] READ MORE
Why Do Some Fans Hate Novak Djokovic?
People Hating Djokovic: The New Trend It seems that many people in the world of tennis hate Novak Djokovic, who will be harshly criticized for whatever he does or whatever he says from now on. And this new villain is Novak Djokovic, the current World #1. It wasn’t enough with Nick Kyrgios. You know, he […] READ MORE