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Roger Federer and the art of not knowing how to lose One thousand four hundred times facing the world looking at him, most of which had the moral obligation to be the impassive champion to support, the role model, and the robot that handles both victory and loss with the same, annoying class. Well, enough of that.
Tomas Berdych reveals strange thing involving Roger Federer On his way to practice, Berdych noted a strange and awkward thing ahead of him in the street: the guy's license place was called Federer! 'When you go for practice and the guy's license plate tells you who is your opponent for practice', tweeted Berdych.
Caroline Wozniacki claims Miami Open fans made death threats in defeat to Monica Puig World number two Caroline Wozniacki claims her parents were subjected to death threats as she lost in the Miami Open to Puerto Rico's Monica Puig. Wozniacki, who won her maiden Grand Slam at the Australian Open, said she and other family members - including children - were also verbally abused.
ATP Miami: Zverev edges Medvedev for a much-needed win. Shapovalov reach R3 World number 5 Alexander Zverev had to dig deep to avoid the third straight loss, beating Daniil Medvedev 6-4 1-6 7-6 in 2 hours and 13 minutes for his ninth win of the season and 31st at Masters 1000 level.
Roger Federer: Novak Djokovic insider reveals why Rafael Nadal now loses more to Swiss ace And Djokovic insider O'Shannessy believes Federer is able to beat Nadal more because of changes made to his serve and backhand. "80 per cent and 59 per cent of first and second service points won and his backhand is far better than it was during his 'peak years' over 10 years ago," he told Yahoo.
Challenger Surge Sends Berrettini To Top 100 Debut The 21-year-old Italian, who hails from Rome, has been surging on the ATP Challenger Tour over the past year, claiming his maiden title on home soil in San Benedetto in 2017 and a second crown in Bergamo in February.
Roger Federer and his unexpected negative record There are records in the Roger Federer's career that are not positive. It seems impossible, but it is like this. And it has something to do with the finals he played during his career. Out of 147 ATP finals, nine went to the decisive third / fifth set tie-break.
Roger Federer vs Thanasi Kokkinakis LIVE: Miami Open updates as Swiss star returns But I've seen what I can and I'm going to go out there and have a crack." As mentioned, Federer suffered his first defeat of 2018 when falling to Del Potro in California last week. But the Swiss star does already have two titles to his name in 2018. Wins in Australia and Rotterdam saw Federer return to the top of the ATP world rankings.
Roger Federer makes huge claim about two Grand Slam rivals ahead of Miami Open clash Federer is currently gearing up for tonight's Miami Open clash against Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis. The 36-year-old is aiming to win the Miami Open after losing out at Indian Wells to Juan Martin del Potro last weekend. Roger Federer has plenty of experience playing against Australians with his 2004 clash with Hewitt one for the history books.
Tennis Star Caroline Wozniacki: My Family Got Death Threats at Miami Open Caroline Wozniacki says security and staff at the tournament “did nothing” to stop the alleged abuse.
Roger Federer explains why he and Rafael Nadal have dominated tennis "It's true Europe has been on an absolute tear the last 10 years or so," he said at a Laver Cup promotional event this week. "It's been pretty incredible. "I wonder if it's us being brought up on the clay or not because I think that's a good base to start off with, I'm not sure about that, but I wouldn't be surprised if it changes a little bit.
The secret behind Roger Federer dominating Nadal - Novak Djokovic's analyst Craig O'Shannessy is one of the new members in the Novak Djokovic's team since the late part of 2017, working as an analyst in order to help the Serbian to improve his tennis game using the ultimate technology.
Novak Djokovic: 'I am trying but it's not working. I ran out of gas' 'I'm trying, but it's not working', Djokovic admitted. 'I'm not feeling great when I'm playing this way. Of course, I want to be able to play as well as I want to play. Just it's impossible at the moment. I lost to a better player. I started the match well, first six games, then I just ran out of gas.
Pliskova outfoxes tricky Hsieh in Miami marathon MIAMI, FL, USA - Former World No.1 Karolina Pliskova needed three tough sets to battle past the tricky Hsieh Su-Wei and take her spot in the Miami Open round of 16.
Why do European players dominate ATP Tour? Roger Federer explains it all I think it would be nice if someone away from Europe could start having an impact like that.' ALSO READ: Simona Halep should learn from Roger Federer, says Patrick McEnroe.
Roger Federer launches NEW Nike product ahead of Miami Open clash The Swiss star only recently suffered his first defeat of 2018, falling to Juan Martin del Potro in the Indian Wells final last week. Federer took a few days of personal time before returning to his tennis duties. The world No 1 was in Chicago on Monday, promoting this year's Laver Cup alongside Australian Nick Kyrgios.
Andy Murray gets woken up in the middle of the night in a TV Programme 'When I went to sleep, Michael McIntyre was the last person I expected to see at the foot of my bed in the middle of the night', the tennis star admitted.
Roger Federer and Nick Kyrgios rally fans ahead of upcoming tennis event Federer and Rafael Nadal were the biggest names to appear at the inaugural Laver Cup in Switzerland last year, and even played doubles together for the first time in their career. Kyrgios also appeared, losing out to his Swiss counterpart as Team Europe won the event 15-9.
David Goffin: 'I need to regain confidence in my eye' 9 was beaten by Joao Sousa in straight sets, 6-1 6-0, in just 61 minutes. It was Goffin's first match since mid-February in Rotterdam for him, when he hurt his eye. 'It wasn't easy, but it was definitely a test to see where I was. I need to find a little bit of confidence again in my view, rhythm and speed.
Roger Federer: Thanasi Kokkinakis sends Miami Open warning Federer and Kokkinakis have never played each other before but have practised together at numerous events, including the Hopman Cup earlier this year. Kokkinakis came through qualifying and then comfortably beat Frenchman Calvin Hemery 6-1 6-2 in the first round.
Zverev Leads Rising Stars Through In Miami Miami has always been a special place for Alexander Zverev. It was the site of his first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 win in 2015 as well as his first Top 10 win at the elite level last year, when he defeated top-seeded Stan Wawrinka en route to the quarter-finals.
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Roger Federer reveals when he realized his career could be special The 2004 US Open final won by Roger Federer against Lleyton Hewitt in straight sets, 6-0 7-6 6-0, could seem one more match for the Swiss, and instead, it was his turning point in his career a 'major breakthrough', like he described in an interview to ESPN.
Inspiration from UTR In the summer of 2017, Ashley Hobson, Inspiration's director of tennis, decided to ensure that players and their families were familiar with the rating system that has become the gold standard among college tennis coaches, namely Universal Tennis Rating.
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