The 20-time Grand Slam champion, Roger Federer broke and holds numerous records during his illustrious career. Among them, he has some special ones regarding against the players with Greek roots. Reading these miscellaneous facts, it gonna be sure that you will be surprised! Check out this video:
Cori “Coco” Gauff was interviewed after Team USA won ITF Junior Fed Cup’18 in Budapest, Hungary.
Corey Gauff, former Georgia State University basketball player, was interviewed after his daughter, Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff and Team USA won ITF Junior Fed Cup’18 in Budapest, Hungary.
Budapest (Hungary) and the Hungarian Tennis Association hosted the ITF junior Davis and Fed Cup event on September 25-30. At the end of the tournament, the Japanese junior Davis Cup team finished 5th in the overall standing beating Denmark by 2-0 on the last day. Before the award presentation ceremony, Ko Iwamoto, the captain, evaluated . . .
Having won the Summer-Double Grand Slam (Wimbledon-US Open) for third time in his career, Novak Djokovic accomplished that feat (again) which likely won’t him make so proud and reminiscent of his worst 24-hour performance. First, at the Rio Olympic Games, on August 7, 2016 the Serbian lost his opening match against Juan Martin del Potro . . .
In 2008, Rafael Nadal won the Queen’s Club championships as the 2nd Spanish player (and the 1st in the Open-era). Then, he claimed his first Wimbledon title. 5 years later, in 2013, Andy Murray succeeded the aforementioned QCC (defeating Cilic) and two weeks later he collected his 1st trophy in Wimbledon! 5 years passed by again…in 2018, Cilic . . .
On June 24, 2018 (Sunday), Marin Cilic (Queen’s Club) and Borna Coric (Halle) claimed their ATP tournaments for Croatia! Last time, when two Croatian players WON an ATP TOURNAMENT in MEN’S SINGLES on THE SAME DAY, it was on June 23, 2007 (Saturday!): Ivan Ljubicic (Ordina Open, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Rosmalen) and Ivo Karlovic (Nottingham). All 4 . . .
The 76 consecutive appearances at Grand Slam stages for Bryan brothers concludes in the City (of Light) where their streak began 19 years ago, in the last century. Jaw-dropping, unique, fascinating, what an incomparable durability test accomplished by these two American twin brothers! Once upon a time, in 1999, arguably the successful doubles pairing of . . .
At midway (but not turning!) point of his missionary journey towards to Paris, we stoically witnessed the latest overwhelming one-week powerhouse performance of Rafael Nadal. The 31-year old Majorcan “committed” a hit-and-run tennis versus his newfangled challenger from Greece, accomplishing the Mediterranean Double (Monte-Carlo + Barcelona) 10 times in his illustrious career. Although, the 11th . . .
By winning his record 11th title in Barcelona, the current No. 1 player of the world changed his numbers. No, not his cell ones, but his milestones….Here are the new figures from the Mallorcan: 77-55-11: 77 ATP titles, 55 titles on clay, 11 titles in Barcelona, 401 wins on clay, 20 different nationalities in his . . .