Are Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams the greatest tennis players of all time? Please join host Phil Naessens and special co-host Craig Doyle as they answer this often asked question, recap the French Open and talk about the dreaded “no call no show” on this edition of This Week in Tennis.…
Rafael Nadal complains about his schedule at Roland Garros. Does he have a legit complaint? Plus the guys review this past weeks French Open results and look ahead to the semi finals and finals. For all this and more please join host Phil Naessens and co-host Craig Doyle on this edition of This Week in Tennis
Was there tanking going on down in Miami this past week plus all the highs and lows on both sides of the draw at this years Sony Ericsson Open on this weeks edition of This Week in Tennis with Craig Doyle and Phil…
On this edition of This Week in Tennis Craig Doyle and host Phil Naessens discuss the slow high bouncing courts at BNP Paribus Open being held at Indian Wells, whether or not the rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal is still entertaining as well as their thoughts regarding what has occured this past two weeks and their predictions for the Men's semi-finals…
On this edition of This Week in Tennis Phil laments Tennis Magazines recent use of the title This Week in Tennis by Tennis Magazine on two of their recent podcasts, offers listeners an opportunity to win a free digital copy of the book “Rafa” and talks with guest co-host Craig Doyle about equality for women in sports including receiving equal pay in the…
As a proud member of the Tennisopolis family, I'm pleased to announce that I've finally made my illustrations and drawings available to the general public as prints on pulled canvas or as framed art on the international art stage at Fine Art America ( …
...I watched the match yesterday between Kim Clijsters and Maria Sharapova. Other than big-serving, this was the single strategy each woman deployed against the other. Pull her wide and the point was over. Wide to the forehand and then wide to the backhand. Over and over. Rinse and repeat. And it worked.… Continue
Added by tennischick on August 16, 2010 at 7:05pm —
Zheng Jie and Maria Kirilenko were probably among the prettiest entrants in the doubles draw in San Diego last week. Not that this
has anything to do with the awesomeness of their tennis talent, but I would have expected that the sports media would at least have picked up on the sex appeal angle and… Continue
Added by tennischick on August 9, 2010 at 7:00pm —
With her first round loss to Maria Kirilenko at the Australian Open, Maria Sharapova’s comeback is still slowly getting back on track in 2010. Though in her press conference Sharapova confidently said “I’ll be back on a second Saturday. You’ll see.”, her “second career” is not just about hitting tennis balls.
With her reported new deal with Nike worth $70 million dollars over eight years, Sharapova is still the highest paid female athlete.…
As tennis fans and enthusiasts get set to witness the ultimate slugfest down under, we take one final look to find out who, of the entire lot, is likely to shine brightest at the year's first Grand Slam, including the woman, everyone is trying to avoid, Justine Henin.
For the first time in years it is safe to say that the 2010 Australian Open Women's draw is at par with the men's draw in almost all aspects of the game, the competition, the drama, the ferocity and above everything the… Continue
Added by TennisEarth on January 16, 2010 at 1:12am —
In part one we included some of the biggest and most consistent names in women's tennis, some of which went on to become multiple Grand Slam champions, whereas others put an end to their elusive careers amidst controversies and personal choices. As we reveal the second part of our list for the most successful female tennis players of the decade, we ensure that each one of them is as aptly placed as possible, cause' , let's face it people, women's tennis in the past 10 years reached new heights… Continue
Added by TennisEarth on December 24, 2009 at 11:39am —
As the successful 2009 Tennis Season finally ends, it's time for rewards and recognition as the best players in the world vie for top honors. Here is the list of nominations released by TennisEarth.com for the 2009 Players Awards.
Player of the Year (Male) -
Juan Martin Del Potro
Player of the Year (Female) -
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Ever since their breakthrough runs in New York in the late nineties, Venus and Serena Williams have dominated the circuit for more than a decade. However and interesting draw allows only one of the Williams to reach the final this year.
Allegations of her not giving her 100% at the non-grand slam events have also fumed a controversy regarding her capabilities and actual deliverance.…
Sportsworld can easily be considered the best source of dramatic entertainment. An entertaining match does not just call for power and technique, but the drama that spellbinds the spectator with the nail-biting tussle. Unlike the drama we seek in other sources of entertainment, there are no pre-decided scripts here, no direction, just pure tenacity and the WILL TO WIN.
The history of tennis has witnessed many such occasions where the expected 'vanquished' has come from the brink of… Continue
I was searching for some photos of Rafa on the net and I found this article and photo of Rafa with his fan at the Pearson International Airport in Toronto. Rafa was kind enough to pose with Mr. Geethan Rayan who is a lifelong tennis fan.…
Rafael Nadal was once again spotted relaxing in the Mallorca sun over the weekend, along with his girlfriend Xisca. It looks like Rafa is having a real fun, proving that he's not only talented for tennis, but for some other sports too.…