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Wawrinka-Tsonga matches have always been epic and physical. Hopefully this one will not disappoint.
1 week, 1 day ago on tennis.com - Madrid: Wawrinka d. Dimitrov
Why is there a picture of Bernard hitting a ball on a hard court?
1 week, 1 day ago on tennis.com - John Tomic banned at Roland Garros
We will see how Rafa's return of serve is doing in the next round...
3 weeks ago on tennis.com - Nadal beats Paire, gets Nishikori or Ramos later today in Barcelona
Andy. What an unusual name.
3 weeks ago on tennis.com - Cornet named her dog after Roddick
He's just not a very good player to be in the top 10. In late 2011 and 2012 he was on an absolute confidence high. He played a lot of ugly, poor matches, but won them by saving tons of break points. His game is pretty average baseliner, and is not to 10 level. Plus Garcia Lopez is a good player on clay, and does amazingly well in 3-setters.
3 weeks ago on tennis.com - Simon into Bucharest semis; top seed Tipsarevic loses
"I always try to be aggressive when I play him. It's the only way for me. If I stay back, there's no way I can win," Tsonga said. "But I can't rush to the net either because otherwise he hits a passing shot, and 90 percent of the time I lose the point. So I have to have the right mix between patience and aggressiveness."
Well said, Jo! Exactly the frustration of every opponent playing Nadal. We'll see if Djokovic finds the balance between aggressiveness and patience tomorrow as he has done in the past.
3 weeks, 6 days ago on tennis.com - Djokovic, Nadal to meet in Monte Carlo final once again
Nieminen will beat Djokovic, make no mistake about it.
4 weeks, 1 day ago on tennis.com - Monte Carlo: Djokovic d. Monaco
Another great victory for the game of tennis. Murray's unmanly jerky forehand is not fit for the warrior clay court game
4 weeks, 1 day ago on tennis.com - Monte Carlo: Wawrinka d. Murray
Good win over a quality opponent! Tsonga has been working on his point construction and it paid off!
1 month ago on tennis.com - Monte Carlo: Tsonga d. Davydenko
Disappointing. With his great athletic skills, he would better at something like gymnastics:)
1 month ago on tennis.com - Srichaphan to try pro golf
Also, he's the only player with a perfect record on clay so far this year
1 month ago on tennis.com - The Road to Paris, Part II
You should have included Tsonga. He's been working hard on his point construction on clay (see how patiently he destructed Monaco), he's a good slider, and he reached the Roland Garros Quarters last year where he should have beaten Djokovic.
I'm not sure about that, knowing the Serbian team they are probably "high" all the time
1 month, 1 week ago on tennis.com - Boise altitude quickens Davis Cup pace
No one is ever sure what to expect out of The Fog. But he does seem to play his best in Bo5 sets, and on clay
1 month, 2 weeks ago on tennis.com - Canada isn’t sure what to expect out of Fognini
He's right, but they should never say the other team is the favorite.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on tennis.com - Jaite: France is the favorite in Davis Cup quarterfinal
Serena already won her first match. 2 and 3 over Giorgi. I expect her to get better as she goes along, losing only about 8 or so games the entire tournament.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on tennis.com - The Week in Preview: April 2
He looks like an angry teddy bear
1 month, 3 weeks ago on tennis.com - His Own Private Idaho
Yes, but those nice angled forehands make up for it...not really, Ferrer got the break.
I am losing respect for David. Stop the swearing, please
Eveyone has their off days, even Serena. I doubt anything like this will happen in a Grand Slam though.
1 month, 3 weeks ago on tennis.com - Blown Away