Do you ever wonder what to do with those high floaters in the middle of the court? I mean should you volley it in to be safe or whale away? Today I am going to show you what Rafa Nadal would do and how you can use this shot in your game.
So choice A is to volley it with a punch. Do you think Rafa would choose choice A? Maybe sometimes but most of the time he would…Continue
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Rafa beats Roger Again
Another classic match between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. If you are a Roger fan though it is the same old story close but no cigar. The two are so evenly matched and it really produces high drama scintillating tennis.
This match again had everything!!! Amazing points, huge momentum swings, and…Continue
Do you want a forehand like Rafa, The Djoker, or Federer? Well I have some good news for you! If you truly want a strong forehand like the pros you can develop one. Of course I can't promise you that your shot will be as strong as their shot, after all they are some of the greatest players of all time.
What I can promise however, is that with hard work and a lot of…Continue
Lots of anticipation leading into the US Open and all eyes are glued on World No.1 Novak Djokovic, the man that can do no wrong or at least can only win. Rafael Nadal had a handful against the French qualifier but tomorrow will need more to beat a top 10 player such as Fernando Verdasco even though he has a perfect 11-0 record against him. Novak should have an easier day as he faces a qualifier but this qualifier has been in the top ten himself so Novak better not count out Radak Stepanek…Continue
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The first week of the Championships at Wimbledon will be remembered for the top men's struggle and the royal presence. But nothing would be as memorable as the Isner-Mahut marathon which brought major changes in the history books with record-breaking achievements.
The Championships at Wimbledon started with a bang this year when the green grass....
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Wimbledon has always been the place for memorable matches. From big serves combined with gliding volleys to grinding rallies mixed with massive ground strokes, the Gladiators of tennis have always been fighting wars of great proportions to prove their metal over the other on the grass courts of Wimbledon. Every match is a blend of efforts and great determination put in by the players involved. However, a few matches at Wimbledon just stand out to be the most memorable matches ever…Continue
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The fortnight at 2010 French Open brought a lot of surprises and witnessed the coronation of an emotional set of champions with Spaniard Rafael Nadal re-affirming his dominance and Francesca Schiavone realising a long-yearning dream with a Grand Slam triumph on Parisian clay.
The 2010 French Open finally came to a close in sensational style when some re-affirmed their supremacy and others rejoiced in that special moment that they dreamt of all their lives. TennisEarth.com…Continue
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Day 11 at the 2010 French Open promises to bring some really good match ups featuring names like Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams. After the unexpected exit of Roger Federer last night, the big names in the tennis world have understood the 'Power of the Underdogs'. What's in store for the fans today, let's take a look at the four quarterfinal matches to find out.
Rafael Nadal vs. Nicolas Almagro -…
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With every year passing, the men's event in the premier claycourt championship at Roland Garros is becoming synonymous with one name - Rafael Nadal. Despite his 2009 success, World No.1 Roger Federer is entering the competition under the shadow of the "Mighty Mallorcan." Will Federer go against the odds to pick up his 17th slam trophy or is it Rafa's turn to take the centerstage again? Read on to find out...!
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