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 »

Sharapova Defeats Wozniacki: No Hand Shake from the Dane for Umpire

Maria Sharapova defeats Wozniacki: no handshake from the Dane for umpire. With an aggressive start to the match, the Russian sweetheart forced her way to dominate the first set with her confidence and drive, but this dropped away and the former world No. 1, Wozniacki, fought back and temporarily looked like she was going to […] Read more »

McIlroy Dating Wozniacki: Are Tennis & Golf Stars Uniting?

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr McIlroy dating Wozniacki: are tennis & golf stars uniting? Do golfers like tennis? Or, is it tennis players who like golf? There are obvious similarities, and because of the social circles mixing together, there’s bound to be some dating and marriages happening across the court, or course. Is […] Read more »

Facebook Fans 10 Million Strong for Tennis Stars Federer & Nadal

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr With their continued popularity on the court and the ever-rising power of Social Media, Facebook fans 10 million strong for tennis stars Federer & Nadal. In keeping with the one-take format of Facebook, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal post updates on their games, personal comments, bad hair day […] Read more »

Roger Federer Tennis: Perfect State of Mind in Dubai Championships

Written by Senior Editor Peter Gehr Roger Federer tennis: perfect state of mind in Dubai Championships. The winning mental toughness and inner game strengths brought the Swiss sensation into the zone against Feliciano Lopez. The tennis mind that levels a player is controlled by Federer as he eases his way across the court playing tactical […] 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 »

Tennis Lessons to Help Your Tactics and Strategies

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Some of the best tennis lessons to help your tactics and strategies can come from the technical analysis derived from watching professional tennis players, and emulating what you see. All the superstars of the game have their own mentors and idols and they are often players that they […] Read more »

Victoria Azarenka: Tennis Player on a Mission to Continue Winning

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Victoria Azarenka: tennis player on a mission to continue winning after her victories by claiming a Grand Slam at the Australian Open, and her recent win in Doha puts her in a very dominant position in women’s tennis. The world No. 1 seed in WTA ranking is set […] Read more »

Roger Federer Best Shots in Tennis Not Over Yet

Written by Senior Tennis Editor Peter Gehr Roger Federer best shots in tennis not over yet. This latest win from the Swiss master shows he’s in good form and quite capable of remaining a major top seeded player. In fact, and I’ll be brutally honest here, I’m sometimes astounded at the notion that because Federer […] 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 »