The stage of Wimbledon is no stranger to epic matches. Over the course of its rich history, the Grand slam tournament has played host to some exciting matches and Sports Rediscovered takes a look at five such memorable matches. The latest edition of the grand slam is all set to begin. All the players will
Parupalli Kashyap made the headlines this week by defeating World number one Chen Long in the Indonesian Badminton Open 2015. It was one of Parupalli’s best performance thus far in his career but it was not the first of upsets by Indian players. There have been a lot of spectacular instances over the years and most of
Leander Paes is expected to join the Mahesh Bhupathi-founded International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) this season. Media reports suggest that the 41-year-old doubles ace wants to keep himself free for the year-end tennis extravaganza. Leander Paes raised doubts about IPTL last April In April last year, the 15-time Grand Slam champion had raised serious doubts
Some players have the ability to light up the atmosphere simply by their sheer presence! Roger Federer is one such player who sent 17,000 roaring spectators at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi into raptures on Sunday. Not only that, he inspired all his Indian Aces teammates to register a resounding 26-16 victory
The Coca-Cola International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) is off to a flying start. After a rousing welcome at Manila and Singapore, the IPTL caravan has now moved on to New Delhi where bigger things await. The greatest attraction of the event, Roger Federer joins the four-city league at New Delhi. And the Indian tennis fan’s
Usually, this is a quiet time in the tennis calendar with most top players taking a break or beginning their off-season training as they prepare for the Australian Open in January. But with the Champions Tennis League and the International Premier Tennis League, there is plenty of tennis action going on especially in this part
The Swiss superstar commands respect all over the world and has a massive fan following in India. Roger did not sign up for the IPTL originally but was pulled in when 14-time major champion Rafael Nadal pulled out. So the Indian fans will now get to watch those flowing ground strokes from Roger Federer at close quarters.
One of the biggest features of the IPTL is that it will have a contest between retired legends. It will definitely make some of the older fans nostalgic. At the same time, it is a unique opportunity for young tennis lovers who missed witnessing the delicious forehands and backhands of these stars during their heydays. Pete’s serves v Andre’s returns…need we say more?
So suggest you get on your desktops or laptops, keep your credit cards ready and book your tickets for these matches !