Does the Rafael Nadal Tennis Bag of Tricks Include a New Coach?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr If the world No. 2 is going to return to dominate the game, does the Rafael Nadal tennis bag of tricks include a new coach? The Spaniard’s tactics and strategies need to change and with Uncle Tony at the helm, I’m not sure if Nadal’s team can think […] Read more »

Tennis: Australian Open Prize Money Men and Women Equal Pay. Is that Fair Play?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Now that the first of the grand slam tournaments for 2012 has completed, there’s mumbling in the media about tennis: Australian Open prize money men and women equal pay. Is that Fair Play? Comparisons are being made between the differences between the men’s singles final, and the women’s […] Read more »

Maria Sharapova Tennis Grunt Grumble Back in the Press

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr With the Maria Sharapova tennis grunt grumble back in the press, it makes me wonder what the real beef is since it has been part of her game since she was a child? With the world No. 4 playing some of her best tennis in years, I say […] Read more »

Bernard Tomic Comments on Roger Federer Tennis

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr After his recent defeat at the Australian Open, Bernard Tomic comments on Roger Federer tennis. The up and coming tennis star looked good in his matches leading up to his game with Federer, and his fans were pumped for supporting him through to victory, but that was not […] Read more »

Ana Ivanovic Pictures Hot Competition Ahead in Australian Open

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Ana Ivanovic pictures hot competition ahead in Australian Open. After playing well in her latest game, Ivanovic says she’s ready to face Petra Kvitova in the next round in front of her fans in Melbourne. She has a lot of support from the bleachers, and although she is […] Read more »

Is Tennis Tournament Prize Money High Enough?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr A big question for debate amongst professional tennis players: is tennis tournament prize money high enough? The discussion involves cutting back the number of tournaments as well as raising prize money to the players. In any sport, or business, money is often at the top of everyone’s list, […] Read more »

Caroline Wozniacki Tennis Ranking and Mental Game Plan

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Caroline Wozniacki tennis ranking and mental game plan has been given advice from Irish Pro golfer boyfriend Rory McIlroy, and Australian Open defending champion Kim Clijsters. Both athletes encouraged the women’s world No. 1 to focus on the mental game of tennis and not to look back but […] Read more »

Maria Sharapova Ranking in Tennis and Fashion

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr World No. 4 Maria Sharapova ranking in tennis and fashion, according to the Bloomberg Post. Sharapova defeated her Argentinean rival Gisela Dulko in the first round of the Australian Open today with convincing scores of 6-0, 6-1. Nike and Cole Haan are also pushing up the rankings in […] Read more »

Rafa’s Tennis Racquet Heavier and More Powerful for the Australian Open

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Rafa’s tennis racquet heavier and more powerful for the Australian Open. Nadal intends using a Babolat, which is his preference for most tournaments. Having grown up with this racquet has a lot to do with the fact that this is what he’s used to, and with his powerful […] Read more »

David Ferrer Defeats Olivier Rochus in Heineken Open Final 2012

Written by Senior Editor Peter Gehr Auckland, New Zealand—David Ferrer defeats Olivier Rochus in Heineken Open Final 2012. The 29 year old Spanish tennis star David Ferrer has taken out Belgiun, Olivier Rochus in a convincing win in Auckland today to claim yet another ATP Tour title trophy for his shelf. With rain disrupting play […] Read more »