Injury, The Other Opponent

Goffin an his knee injury

This year seems to be the year when more players than ever have suffered with knee injuries. Is it a result of poor conditioning or are players expecting too much of their bodies? With the improvement in technology, players are doing more with their shots and feel confident in being more aggressive in their style…

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What Is The Price For Being The Best?

Price of success is pain

Nowhere is change more evident than in the world of sports, perhaps it’s because everyone is watching and there is nowhere for the athletes to hide. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have been consistently at the top; Federer holds the longest consecutive reign as the number one player at 237 weeks.  Put that into perspective…

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WTA Finals Singapore: Final Preview

Surprises at Singapore WTA Finals

BNP PARIBAS WTA FINALS SINGAPORE [5] Venus Williams (USA) vs. [6] Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) Williams started the tournament slowly and was completely blown away in her first match by Karolina Pliskova (2-6, 2-6). Things looked bleak for the American; however, as she has done all her career, she showed us her will to win is…

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Juan Martin Del Potro’s Faith Is Tested

Faith

Shanghai Rolex Masters, China [23] Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) vs. [54] Viktor Troicki (SRB) No one knows adversity better than Del Potro, who has undergone numerous wrist surgeries and other injuries that has derailed his career. Those injuries almost ended his career; however, Del Potro is a man of faith and believes strongly that…

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Nadal Sets Another Dimitrov Showdown

Nadal sets another Dimitrov showdown

Shanghai Rolex Masters, China From the moment the draw came out, Nadal fans quickly realized that he had the toughest half of the draw. He got a break in his first match and easily dispatched of the American, Jared Donaldson; however, his next opponent was the dangerous Italian, Fabio Fognini. Nadal and his team know…

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