Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Roger Federer slipped to World No. 3

Roger Federer a legendary tennis player who holds the record for 16 Grand slam title record has moved to World No.3 first time ever since his reign in 2003.

Serbian N.Djokovic has replaced Federer at No.2 ranking who defeated both Federer and Nadal at Indian Wells.

This has been a great year for Serbian young star and it will be great to see if he carries on this performance at Wimbledon and French open.

Federer chances to regain World No 1 crown are not diminished totally but any thing can be expected from Federer and it will be great to see him at the top once again.

Friday, 18 March 2011

Pak-India Tennis express reaches Semi finals at Indian Wells

Pakistan Aisam-ul-Haq and Indian Rohan Bopanna led double team has forced its way into semi finals at BNP Paribas open in Indian wells.

Aisam and Bopanna defeated the top Serbian pair Novak Djokovic and Victor Troicki 6-1,7-6.

The Serbs made a stiff resistance in the second set though unable to win it and ended up losing the match in straight sets.

Thursday, 10 March 2011

Can Federer win another Grand Slam in 2011

Sixteen time Grand slam champion Roger Federer is facing his tough days as he is still fit and ready to carry on might of young players Nadal, Djokovic and Murray and best thing is he is not afraid of these at all.

But the bigger question is whether Federer will be able to win another Grand Slam ?

Its a million dollar question as younger players are making great improvements in their game and with Federer age it is not easy to match the form of 22 and 23 olds.

But Federer is a unique species of players who can do any thing only with his will power and he has proved it time and again in his career.

Coming French open will be his real test at Clay and it will be interesting to see what form he carries with him at French open playing at Madrid open and other ATP tournaments before the French Open.