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 »

Roger Federer: Confident, Controlled, Aggressive Tennis Wins in Dubai

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Roger Federer: confident, controlled, aggressive tennis wins in Dubai. The Swiss tennis star now carries another trophy to add to his shelf, and having closed the 2011 season with confidence, he claims that confidence boost that winners achieve in mega doses. Defeating Andy Murray in the final at […] Read more »

Tennis Exercise Routines: 5 Tips to Keep You Fit to Win

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr These tennis exercise routines: 5 tips to keep you fit to win, incorporate a well-planned regimen to boost your performance and give you an overall system to help you maintain a high level of fitness. Not every athlete is going to have the luxury of a personal trainer […] Read more »

Mental Tennis Strategies Working Well for Novak Djokovic

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr With an impressive 2011 season and a great start to the 2012 season with a major win over Rafael Nadal at the Austrailan Open, mental tennis strategies working well for Novak Djokovic and continue to bolster his confidence as a winner. Having taken some time to rest, travel […] Read more »

Ivan Lendl Coaching Andy Murray to Improve Mental Tennis and Physical Fitness

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr The top three men’s tennis champions are probably the best players of all time, and it’s difficult to penetrate that mastery and experience, but Ivan Lendl coaching Andy Murray to improve mental tennis and physical fitness may see the Scot break through that mental and physical barrier. Furthermore, […] 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 »

Djokovic Nadal Federer: Tennis Star’s Foundations Supporting Children in Need

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor In the true spirit of the Christmas season, Djokovic, Nadal, Federer: Tennis star’s foundations supporting children in need have come to the fore to help children in various countries both in their local homelands and around the world. Noles, Rafa, and Fed are all very active in their […] 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 »

How Novak Djokovic Prepares for Winning Tennis Matches

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor When it comes to looking at tennis tips on how Novak Djokovic prepares for winning tennis matches, it’s time to look at his fundamentals that has brought him to the number one rankings in men’s tennis. His two-handed backhand involves short and fluid motions and there’s no wasted […] Read more »

How Roger Federer Stays in Top Form for Tennis Tournaments

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor It never ceases to amaze me how Roger Federer stays in top form for tennis tournaments, and with the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in full swing, it’s looking like the Swiss tennis star is in prime condition to win. In the past, Federer has been known to […] Read more »