Who is Number 1 in Men’s Tennis?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Who is number 1 in men’s tennis you ask? Well, at the moment, Novak Djokovic rules the ATP rankings, and although the Serb sensation has scored the necessary points, it appears that he has yet to win the hearts of the tennis fans when it comes to winsome […] Read more »

Ivan Lendl Coaching Andy Murray in the Mental Game of Tennis

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr With Ivan Lendl coaching Andy Murray in the mental game of tennis we shall see the results of this collaboration when he plays in Dubai. The importance of the inner game in the Scots tactics will hopefully have changed any negative energy to be focused more on the […] Read more »

Australian Open Tennis Tournament 2012: Will Someone Topple the Djoker?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr In the Australian Open tennis tournament 2012: Will someone topple the Djoker? With an amazing 2011 season under his belt and the determination to continue his domination in men’s tennis, Novak Djokovic remains confident but aware of the pressures that will soon unravel at the Rod Laver Arena […] Read more »

How Will Rafael Nadal Win His Way Back to No. 1 in ATP Rankings in 2012?

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor If you’ve been asking yourself, “how will Rafael Nadal win his way back to No. 1 in ATP rankings in 2012”? Well, imagine the intensity of this very same question in the mind of the king of clay himself. Rafa is deeply passionate about his game, and with […] Read more »

Henman: Roger Federer Racquet Ready for Australian Open

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Henman: Roger Federer racquet ready for Australian Open. With several important wins for Federer at the close of the 2011 season, the Swiss tennis legend heads into 2012 with the edge on the mental game. The 30 year old continues to show his gifted talents on the court, […] Read more »

Novak Djokovic Tennis Grip is Looking Promising for 2012

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor With a sensational 2011 season behind him, Novak Djokovic tennis grip is looking promising for 2012. No. 1 in the ATP rankings, the Serb has spoken positively about upcoming tournaments, and is proud of his achievements over the past year. Novak Djokovic creates a powerful spin on his […] Read more »

Rafael Nadal Tennis Footwork and Forehand Technique for ATP Finals

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Rafael Nadal tennis footwork and forehand technique for ATP finals in London, England are being fine-tuned and reworked. This is a man on a mission, and he has his sites fixed on a successful win in November. The world No. 2 seed has pulled out of the BNP […] Read more »

Andy Murray Tennis Style and Technique

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor The Andy Murray tennis style and technique has won him 25 out of 26 tennis matches, and shows promise in Paris as long as his recent injury does not hinder him. Outside of a gluteal muscle strain, the No. 3 seed is feeling fit and match ready, although […] Read more »

Roger Federer’s Conditioning for Tennis

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Watching the way Federer plays tennis has always been fascinating to me. Roger Federer’s conditioning for tennis is almost like he was designed and sculpted with the physical and mental attributes for the perfect tennis player. World-class sportsmen often make it look easy, but there are some who […] Read more »