Tennis Fans Forum: Why are we So Loyal to Our Favorite Players?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Tennis fans forum: why are we so loyal to our favorite players? I’m sure you have your favorite tennis star too, and although as a sports writer, I try to stay unbiased about this aspect of the sport, but it’s only human, which I’m told that I am, […] Read more »

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 »

Difference Between Men and Women Tennis Domination Since 2004

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Considering the difference between men and women tennis domination since 2004 it’s amazing to note the changes that have occurred over the last 8 years. I think it would be unfair to say that men’s tennis has been monopolized by Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic as […] Read more »

Novak Djokovic Tennis Machine May Not Fire Up for Davis Cup 2012

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr The Novak Djokovic tennis machine may not fire up for Davis Cup 2012. With full attention being focused on the upcoming French Open at the end of May, and the Olympic Games to be held at the end of July, the world No. 1 in ATP rankings is […] Read more »

Rafael Nadal Olympic Gold Medalist, or Will Novak Djokovic Dominate 2012?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Rafael Nadal Olympic gold medalist, or will Novak Djokovic dominate 2012? This may certainly be his intention, and after the display of passion and endurance on the court at the Australian Open, it could very well be within his reach. However, in order to claim that prize, Rafa […] 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 »

Tennis Energy Expenditure Pushed to New Limits by Djokovic & Nadal

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr The amazing men’s singles final of the Australian Open 2012 saw tennis energy expenditure pushed to new limits by Djokovic & Nadal. The 5 set marathon match that ran for just under 6 hours was the most sensational tennis game ever played. In contrast, it only took Victoria […] 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 »

Health Benefits of Playing Tennis Can Make a Difference

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Just take a look at tennis players, especially professionals, and what you see are athletes in the peak of health. Obviously, the health benefits of playing tennis can make a difference and it’s definitely an example of a sport that burns a lot of calories, and requires a […] Read more »

Tennis: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer Compete in Abu Dhabi Clash

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Tennis: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer compete in Abu Dhabi Clash. Interesting that the three world men’s tennis champions, come from countries beginning with an “s,” Serbia, Spain and Switzerland. Perhaps much more interesting is the fact that these men are friends, but once on the court, […] Read more »