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Tim Prapong commented on Thomas Rooney's blog post 'Award caps Nadal's perfect year'
"The 22 unbeaten run on clay, the youngest Career Slam, it's no wonder alot of greats are predicting Nadal to surpass Federer. Myself, I'm not so sure, but time-wise, he is headed that way it seems."
Dec 29, 2010
A blog post by Thomas Rooney was featured

Award caps Nadal's perfect year

As we approach the middle of December now is the time many of us look back and reflect on the year gone by.The same goes for the sporting world as well and for Spaniard Rafael Nadal he can look back on 2010 with a feeling of well-deserved satisfaction.The 24-year-old was named International Tennis Federation world champion for 2010 this week after a blockbusting, title-filled year, although things didn't start to well though for the Majorca-born star.A knee injury forced him to retire in the…See More
Dec 29, 2010
Thomas Rooney posted an article

Award caps Nadal's perfect year

As we approach the middle of December now is the time many of us look back and reflect on the year gone by.The same goes for the sporting world as well and for Spaniard Rafael Nadal he can look back on 2010 with a feeling of well-deserved satisfaction.The 24-year-old was named International Tennis Federation world champion for 2010 this week after a blockbusting, title-filled year, although things didn't start to well though for the Majorca-born star.A knee injury forced him to retire in the…See More
Dec 16, 2010
Thomas Rooney posted an article

Can Kamke kickstart career in 2011?

Many tennis bettors are expecting more of the same when the 2011 season gets underway, with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer picking up their magnificent rivalry where they left off this year and dominating the Grand Slams and odds in betting markets in the process. With tough competition hopefully coming from players like Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, the 2011 season is sure to hold its fair share of excitement and intrigue but should we be looking…See More
Dec 9, 2010
Thomas Rooney posted an article

Nadal shows his title credentials

World number one demonstrated why he is favourite to win the ATP Tour Finals at the O2 Arena with a straight sets win over Novak Djokovic.The victory, completed in an hour and 51 minutes, was Nadal’s second win of thetournament and puts him top of Group A, virtually secure of a place in thesemi-finals.World number three Djokovic could point to a problem with eyes towards the endof the first set as a reason for his defeat.Those just keeping up to date with the latestscores may not be aware that…See More
Nov 26, 2010
Thomas Rooney posted an article

Can Murray end his season on a high?

Andy Murray is a man who desperately wants to win the upcoming ATP World Tour Finals in London, which get underway this weekend at the O2 Arena. Obviously winning a tournament of any size, no matter what the quality level of the players assembled, is a nice feeling, but Murray believes that winning this one, in front of a home crowd, would provide a massive psychological boost as the season draws to a close and preparations quickly begin for the 2011 season. Murray's bid to secure glory in…See More
Nov 19, 2010
Thomas Rooney posted an article

Draw helps Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki will be happy with the Sony Ericsson Championships singles draw. The world number one is under pressure to prove her top ranking my winning a big event and she knowsbeing handed a group of Francesca Schiavone, Sam Stosur and Elena Dementieva isas much help as she could hope for from the draw.Those who bet on Tennis not that Stosur and Schiavone’s form has dropped away since they were surprise finalists at the French Open.…See More
Oct 25, 2010
Thomas Rooney posted an article

Melzer's belated breakthrough

2010 is the year that has seen Jurgen Melzer finally deliver on his talent. 29 is an advanced age to proclaim a breakthrough, but the Austrian is certainly playing the best tennis of his careerand is finishing the season strong enough to suggest he can improve in his 30s.Melzer defeated the ATP odds and recorded a first career win against Rafael Nadal at the Shanghai Masters and is well-placed to reach just…See More
Oct 18, 2010
patrick m commented on Thomas Rooney's blog post 'Changing faces at the top'
"well written and informative and when you look at the point spread between no. 1 and no. 2 you can clearly see how Nadal is currently dominating"
Sep 18, 2010
A blog post by Thomas Rooney was featured

Changing faces at the top

Rafael Nadal’s historic claiming of the career Grand Slam rightly gets the headlines after the men’s US Open, but there have been other notable developments at Flushing Meadows. Nadal and Novak Djokovic’s careersare going in an upward direction. The same cannot be said for Roger Federer andAndy Murray.Those who place regular tennis bets know that the handing of the baton of world’s best player from Federer to Nadal has been inevitable for…See More
Sep 15, 2010
Jazz Burks commented on Thomas Rooney's blog post 'Changing faces at the top'
""Broken his duck"? Sounds painful. Seriously, the new Nadal that has emerged in NYC in 2010 may be unstoppable. The big serve is going to give him the "free" points that he needs to conserve his body and the way the cruised…"
Sep 14, 2010
Thomas Rooney posted an article

Changing faces at the top

Rafael Nadal’s historic claiming of the career Grand Slam rightly gets the headlines after the men’s US Open, but there have been other notable developments at Flushing Meadows. Nadal and Novak Djokovic’s careersare going in an upward direction. The same cannot be said for Roger Federer andAndy Murray.Those who place regular tennis bets know that the handing of the baton of world’s best player from Federer to Nadal has been inevitable for…See More
Sep 14, 2010
patrick m commented on Thomas Rooney's blog post 'Who can win the men’s event at this year’s US Open?'
"This late in the tournament I would have to say Nadal."
Sep 10, 2010
A blog post by Thomas Rooney was featured

Who can win the men’s event at this year’s US Open?

With US Open betting well underway, and fans, experts, and bookmakers all trying to decide who the real contenders for the men’s singles event will be, John McEnroe has taken the initiative and announced that he believes only three players can win thisyear’s last Grand Slam event: Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.Whilst these three candidates are all good bets to be there when the event reaches its final stage (although…See More
Sep 2, 2010
Thomas Rooney posted an article

Who can win the men’s event at this year’s US Open?

With US Open betting well underway, and fans, experts, and bookmakers all trying to decide who the real contenders for the men’s singles event will be, John McEnroe has taken the initiative and announced that he believes only three players can win thisyear’s last Grand Slam event: Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.Whilst these three candidates are all good bets to be there when the event reaches its final stage (although…See More
Sep 2, 2010
A blog post by Thomas Rooney was featured

Nalbandian returns to winning ways

David Nalbandian made the final 16 at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic Wednesday evening, following his straight-set victory over seventh seed Stanislas Wawrinka. The Argentinean was given a wildcard into theevent after missing much of the last two seasons with injury.It’s been a nightmare spell for the 28 year old. Nalbandian was ranked as high as No 3 in the world and reached the final at Wimbledon in 2002. But he hasn't played ina tournament since losing in the quarter-finals at Monte Carlo in…See More
Aug 12, 2010

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Thomas Rooney's Articles

Award caps Nadal's perfect year

Posted on December 16, 2010 at 9:28am 1 Comment

As we approach the middle of December now is the time many of us look back and reflect on the year gone by.

The same goes for the sporting world as well and for Spaniard Rafael Nadal he can look back on 2010 with a feeling of well-deserved satisfaction.



The 24-year-old was named International Tennis Federation world champion for 2010 this week after a blockbusting, title-filled year, although things didn't start to well though for the Majorca-born star.



A knee…

Continue

Can Kamke kickstart career in 2011?

Posted on December 9, 2010 at 6:09am 0 Comments

Many tennis bettors are expecting more of the same when the 2011 season gets underway, with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer picking up their magnificent rivalry where they left off this year and dominating the Grand Slams and odds in betting markets in the process. With tough competition hopefully coming from players like Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, the 2011 season is sure to hold its fair share of excitement and intrigue but should we be looking… Continue

Nadal shows his title credentials

Posted on November 26, 2010 at 4:00am 0 Comments

World number one demonstrated why he is favourite to win the ATP Tour Finals at the O2 Arena with a straight sets win over Novak Djokovic.



The victory, completed in an hour and 51 minutes, was Nadal’s second win of the

tournament and puts him top of Group A, virtually secure of a place in the

semi-finals.



World number three Djokovic could point to a problem with eyes towards the end

of the first set as a reason for his defeat.



Those…

Continue

Can Murray end his season on a high?

Posted on November 19, 2010 at 9:25am 0 Comments

Andy Murray is a man who desperately wants to win the upcoming ATP World Tour Finals in London, which get underway this weekend at the O2 Arena. Obviously winning a tournament of any size, no matter what the quality level of the players assembled, is a nice feeling, but Murray believes that winning this one, in front of a home crowd, would provide a massive psychological boost as the season draws to a close and preparations quickly begin for the 2011 season.



Murray's bid to secure… Continue

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