Thursday, December 12, 2019

Djokovic and the ‘Sand Castle’ Effect

Looking at the current tennis landscape makes it pretty easy to spot that two of the game's greats, possibly the best two players to...

The Greatest Matches in Australian Open History: #1 Roger Federer vs....

Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder. Even though strong-felt opinions get flailed around nowadays as a rash – and often in a...

Grass’ Greatest Matches #1: Nadal vs Federer 2008 Wimbledon Final

In the last week Tennis-Pulse has counted down the greatest matches ever played on grass. In the process we've had to make several omissions...

Djokovic’s Woes Prove the Difficulty of ‘Doing a Federer’

When in July 2016 Roger Federer decided to sit out the rest of the season for the sake of nursing his surgically repaired left...

Grass’ Greatest Matches #3: Federer vs Nadal Wimbledon 2007 Final

Celebrating the 10-year Anniversary of the Wimbledon 2007 Classic As we count down to the undisputed top dogs on this list, we first welcome the...

Don’t Blame Length of Season for Tennis Injuries

Excuses are interesting things. Some people use them to lie; to lessen the blame on themselves for some sort of mistake or shortcoming. Others legitimately...

The Greatest Clay Court Matches Ever #1: Federer vs Nadal, 2006...

With the 2017 French Open just days away, join Tennis-Pulse as we relive the greatest clay court matches of all time. Today, we look...

The Greatest Clay Court Matches Ever: #4 Roger Federer vs Novak...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yil9PpIr1DA ”Two gladiators have given us the match of the tournament... if not the match of the year!” The voice of Simon Reed, Eurosport’s commentator, emphasized...

The Greatest Matches in Australian Open History #8 – Younes El...

Tennis-Pulse’s look back at the greatest matches in Australian Open history rolls on. In case you missed them, read back on our previous matches: #10-Nadal vs...

The Greatest US Open Champions: #1 Pete Sampras

Our countdown of the greatest Open Era champions in US Open history finally reaches its end. For those who need a refresher: #3-#5 #2 And finally... 1. Pete...