How To Win Tennis Matches Mentally

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr How to win tennis matches mentally was played out at the Paris Masters 2012 where Sam Querrey defeated Novak Djokovic in a surprise crowd-pleasing outcome. The world no. 2 in ATP ranking, donned with a Darth Vader helmet strutted out onto the court with a confident air of […] Read more »

Tennis: Covering the Court with Roger Federer

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Tennis: Covering the court with Roger Federer after winning the Paris Masters shows his particular viewpoint is not always as the media portrays. The Swiss superstar adds yet another title to his celebrated career. Mastering the mental game of tennis puts Federer at a superior advantage after his […] Read more »

Roger Federer Tennis Fame and Family Man

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor Current world number 4, Roger Federer, tennis fame and family man continues to move forward with seemingly effortless ease into the closing tournaments of 2011. The Swiss tennis champion would like to get his hands on the Paris Masters title, which would be yet another notch in his […] Read more »

Roger Federer Tennis Rivals Facing Fitness Issues

Written by Peter Gehr Senior Tennis Editor As we approach the end of the 2011 tennis season, aches, pains and injuries are made manifest as a result of fatigue from a full season of competitive ATP tournaments. The Roger Federer tennis rivals facing fitness issues are a star-studded line-up of some of the world’s best […] 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 »