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.
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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
World number three Djokovic could point to a problem with eyes towards the end
of the first set as a reason for his defeat.
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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 knows
being handed a group of Francesca Schiavone, Sam Stosur and Elena Dementieva is
as much help as she could hope for from the…
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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 career
and is finishing the season strong enough to suggest…
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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 careers
are going in an upward direction. The same cannot be said for Roger Federer and
Those who place regular tennis bets know that the handing of the baton of…Continue
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 this
year’s last Grand Slam event: Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael…
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…Continue
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