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 . . .
When Eugenie Bouchard walked to the tunnel of Rod Laver Arena after losing the semifinal battle against Li Na (who was crowned as a champion 2 days later), you never forgot the praiseworthy words of Chris Evert on live television coverage about the upcoming star from Canada: “I think we saw the future of the . . .
The 2nd tallest player in the current ATP-field is one win away from his personal milestone in his career, which eludes every big title up to 250+ (except for Hopman Cup) in this trophy cabinet. To sum up his resume, he did not even play in a GS final, and he had to wait his . . .