We have been expecting you Mr Federer

Roger Federer continued his unhurried march into yet another Wimbledon final. This is familiar territory for Roger Federer. His 9th entry into the Wimbledon Finals would not come as a surprise to anybody following his graceful progress at the tournament this year or over the period 2003 – 2008 where he routinely made the finals

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Rafael Nadal stunned at Wimbledon

  World #1 Rafael Nadal was shocked at Wimbledon today. In an exciting match , young 19 year old Australian Nick Kyrgios played the match of his life to take Nadal out in 4 sets. 70 winners from Nick along with a booming serve and an unflappable temperament meant that there was no escape route

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Leander Paes-Cara Black lose in Second Round Wimbledon

Leander Paes and Cara Black, exit the Wimbledon Championships after  a three-set defeat in the second round in London.



Wawrinka into Wimbledon fourth round

Fifth seeded Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka defeated Uzbekistan’s Denis Istomin 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 on Monday to reach the Wimbledon last 16.



Why Leander Paes Is Regarded As India’s Best Tennis Player Ever

There it was, a Bollywood movie starring Leander Paes in the role of the angry central protagonist. Leander was a hero for me, from a long time ago. Ever since I saw him hit a ball in anger in a Davis Cup doubles match versus Japan in 1990. India won that match (18-16 in the

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