Is Novak Djokovic the New King of Men’s Singles Tennis?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Is Novak Djokovic the new king of men’s singles tennis? Being ranked No. 1 in ATP ranking and taking the 2011 season by storm, with promises that 2012 we also be devoured by the Serb, does not seem to be enough for tennis fans. With the brilliance and […] Read more »

Wozniacki, Kvitova Head to Head for No.1 in WTA Rankings

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Wozniacki, Kvitova head to head for No.1 in WTA rankings. If I were a betting man, I’d put my money on Petra Kvitova to be the one to take the Australian Open, and this would put her at the top as the new top seeded star of women’s […] Read more »

Andy Murray Tennis Style Enough to Win the Australian Open?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Is the Andy Murray tennis style enough to win the Australian Open? Murray seems to think so, and is confident and match fit for the upcoming ATP tournament in Melbourne, Australia. With renewed inner game strength and the smell of victory still in the air after his recent […] Read more »

Women Tennis Players Hot Off the Press for the Australian Open

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Hold onto your hats, or should I say, put on your hats and don your shades for the opening tournaments for 2012, which are gearing up to be an exciting and star studded line-up of the world’s best. Some the top women tennis players hot off the press […] Read more »

The Samantha Stosur Serve Speed and Game Plan for Australian Open

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Australian tennis fans are hopeful for local world class tennis sensation Samantha Stosur. Serve speed and game plan for Australian Open sees Stosur fit and confident and with high expectations for the home crowd. The media are often quick to criticize when looking at her losses in 2011, […] Read more »

Rafael Nadal Tennis Strokes and Tactics

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Rafael Nadal tennis strokes and tactics could be just what 2012 needs to shake up the ATP world rankings that seats Novak Djokovic as No. 1, Rafael Nadal No. 2, Andy Murray No.3, and Roger Federer at No. 4. Nadal has his sights on the up-coming Australian Open, […] Read more »