Friday, 26 November 2010


Monday, 15 November 2010

Federer-Nadal Rivalry –Best Moments of International Sports

Federer-Nadal Rivalry has entertained the world sport lovers for almost 5 years now and the best thing is that it still goes on as ever before. No wonder Federer-Nadal rivalry is termed as best of all time worlds have seen so far in living history of sports.

After Sampras Aggasi era (1990s), world was waiting for a new champion who could surpass all the records of Sampras world had seen. It took four years i.e. (1999-2003) of waiting before we could see a true champion in 2003 Wimbledon Final.
Though Federer made his mark much earlier as a future Power in tennis by defeating seven time Wimbledon champion Pete Sampras in 2001 Wimbledon fourth round but it took him two more years to win his first Wimbledon title in 2003.

Federer-Nadal two opposites in Tennis, Nadal specializing in Clay court tennis and Federer a hard court and Grass court Specialist have shown the world true spirit of Individual sports since last five years.

Who could forget classic 2008 Wimbledon final when Federer made a historic come back after loosing first two sets and despite repetitive breaks due to rain and bad light match eventually ended in first Wimbledon win for Nadal in five sets (last set going to 9-7) lasting four hours and forty eight minutes, making it the longest ever Wimbledon final played in living history.

Another memorable match of Federer-Nadal rivalry and again “Final” of Australian Open 2009, when Nadal reduced Federer to tears after 7-5, 3-6, 7-6 (3), 3-6, 6-2 defeat which lasted four hours and twenty three minutes.

Though Federer-Nadal haven’t met in grand slams in 2010 but only meeting in ATP Madrid final resulted in win for Nadal, But its not over yet we still have year ending ATP Would tour finals starting from Nov,21in London and a charity match is to be played on Dec,22 between Federer and Nadal in Madrid. So we can say it is not over yet.

Monday, 27 September 2010

Is Federer Story Ended For All Times??

Roger Federer Was World No .1 at the end of 2009 but after winning first Grand slam of the year Australian Open he is unable to reach any of the Grand Slam final which gave a true look at his performance and at age of 28 how tough grand slams can be.

Once dethroned from World No 1 crown he was quick to get back as a king of Tennis but he is facing same situation again but with lot less chances to get back at the top again.

Next year he will be 29 and things will start to bounce as what i did last year and this year i am one year old than previous year . Thats a big downfall a player have with going up the years.

So, what should we expect next year ?Will Federer be back at top at Wimbledon next year or we are going to see another three slam year for R.Nadal that takes her grand slam tally to 12 at age 24.

Federer has said he wants to win 20 slams but this statement seems very much out of question now as he just been able to win only one in 2010.

Sunday, 2 May 2010

Nadal Wins In Rome

King of Clay has defeated his country men David Ferrer in Rome masters final proving he is all set for another win at Roland Garros and ready to take his master status back.

Rafa was beaten by Soderling in the French Open but it looks awesome this time around .

Sunday, 31 January 2010

Roger Federer Claims 16TH Grand Slam Title

World No 1 Roger Federer has won his 16th grand slam title . He defeated British Andy Murray in straight set final.

This has made Federer two ahead of all time winner list of American Pete Sampras and he can easily touch 20 grand slam if he continues to play in his style for another year and a half.

This is his 4 Australian open Title win and he has shown he is still the lonely warrior on field of Tennis world over.

Friday, 29 January 2010

Roger Federer In Australian Open Final

World No 1 Roger Federer is into his 23rd grand slam event final.
In a prolific play of tennis in second Semi final of Australian Open today,Federer proved he still has no match in the world and dominates Tsonga in 6-2,6-3,6-2 win to face British meagre hope Andy Murray in the Final.