US Open 2015 Preview: Serena And Djokovic Enter As Favourites

With the last major of the year starting tonight, the spotlight will surely be on American Serena Williams on completing a calendar slam and become the first player to do so in 27 years. The Men’s side of the draw sees some of the top players coming to Flushing Meadows in form, with the likes

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How Rafael Nadal Can Return To The Top

He has probably been the most scrutinised tennis player this past year, and rightly so. When a 14 time grand slam champion has erratic losses to players he routinely dismantled, it is a cause for alarm. But the stark difference between Rafael Nadal’s current predicament and his great rival Federer’s season in 2013 is that, while

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World Tennis Weekly #13 – Rafael Nadal Back As A Winner

Rafael Nadal was back in the winner’s circle this week even as Austrian Dominic Thiem won his second title in a row on the men’s side. Jelena Jankovic was among three winners on the women’s side. Here is our recap of the week in World Tennis. Rafael Nadal Wins Hamburg Title Rafael Nadal decided to

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Rafael Nadal : What Does The Future Hold For The Spaniard?

“It is important to have doubts because the doubts are part of sport, part of life. If somebody doesn’t have doubts, probably it’s because he’s too arrogant, no? The doubts make me respect every opponent, every new year.” After his trailblazing comeback year in 2013, following a seven month injury layoff, Nadal explains why doubts are

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Wimbledon 2015 Week 1 Recap: Indian Players Shine

The first week of Wimbledon 2015 was filled with some exciting action. The tournament saw big upsets and excellent matches in the past seven days and here is a look back at the week that went by. Some Big Names bite the dust at Wimbledon 2015 Most of the top seeded players started off their Wimbledon

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Wimbledon: Dustin Brown Sends Rafael Nadal Packing

This was the dreaded second round match for Rafael Nadal that the tennis world was talking about when the draw came out. World No. 102 Dustin Brown – a dreadlocked German player of Jamaican origin had shellshocked Nadal on the grasscourts of Halle last year. And with his flamboyant serve-and-volley game, he was expected to

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Wimbledon 2015: Top Contenders For The Tournament

Considering facts like past credentials, experience and current form, Sports Rediscovered picks the top contenders for Wimbledon 2015. It maybe almost impossible to predict who will walk away with the championship, but we can definitely take a look at the favourites. Women’s Draw: Maria Sharapova Sharapova had an early exit from the last Grand Slam

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Wimbledon: Federer, Nadal, Murray Win; Halep And Bouchard Exit

On a hot and humid Tuesday, champions Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Petra Kvitova raised the mercury level as they raced into the second round of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships. But two of last year’s standout performers – 2014 runner-up Eugenie Bouchard and 2014 semi-finalist Simona Halep, had to endure a miserable time

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Five Memorable Wimbledon Moments

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

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Novak Djokovic Is Top Seed At Wimbledon 2015

A hundred plus years of folklore on the lush green lawns mean that the Wimbledon has arrived. Wimbledon is that grand-slam of the year when Royalty and Tradition take over the Tennisverse. Serbia’s Novak Djokovic would look to retain his Wimbledon crown but will face a stiff challenge from the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael

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