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Roger Federer vs Novak Djokovic: Score, Reaction from Dubai Duty Free Final 2015

After crashing out early at the Australian Open, Roger Federer scored his first huge win of 2015 today by defeating world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the final of the Dubai Duty Free tournament in the United Arab Emirates. The 17-time Grand...Show More Summary

Hyped Young Players Still Far from Being on Level with Future Tennis HOFers

The highly anticipated match between Roger Federer and Borna Coric revealed how big the gap remains between promising young players and future Hall of Famers. Federer defeated Coric, 6-2, 6-1, in the Dubai Championship semifinals. Coric, 18, produced flashes of brilliance, showcasing why many consider him destined for stardom. Show More Summary

Stock Watch for Rafael Nadal's Biggest Challengers at 2015 French Open

All tournaments lead to the 2015 French Open, and every ATP star is playing to dethrone Rafael Nadal. It's the single most important quest of the tennis season, and a successful result could enshrine somebody's legacy forever. There's...Show More Summary

David Ferrer Is Re-Emerging as a Contender Early in the 2015 Season

He's been counted out so many times in the past. Just a clay-court specialist. Not tall enough. Too old. Best days behind him. David Ferrer has heard it all. But as the naysayers try to pen his tennis obituary, he just keeps playing—and...Show More Summary

Timeless

Age. It's the bane of every athlete's existence, the true Grim Reaper for the body of people who make a living running and jumping, swinging bats and racquets. If you're lucky, you still have half a life (or more) to live when it gets...Show More Summary

Dream Matchups Between Current and Past Tennis Stars

Arguing a player’s legacy against another’s is one of the greatest discussion points in any sport. As such, I have selected five dream matches between current and past tennis stars that fans would surely loved to have seen. When comparing...Show More Summary

Top Storylines at the 2015 ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships

Dubai is arguably the most prestigious 500 series event on the ATP World Tour. It's the unofficial Grand Slam of the Middle East and a key platform for players to build momentum as spring approaches. This year, there will be plenty of...Show More Summary

Grigor Dimitrov's Ongoing Quest to Find His Own Identity as a Tennis Star

Grigor Dimitrov shed the "Baby Fed" nickname only to now be commonly referred to as Maria Sharapova's boyfriend. Dimitrov is in Acapulco to defend his Abierto Mexicano Telcel title. Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray...Show More Summary

Roger Federer to Miss 2015 Davis Cup: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

If Switzerland is going to repeat at the 2015 Davis Cup, it will have to do so without Roger Federer. According to The Associated Press' Sandra Harwitt, the World No. 2 announced his intention to skip the annual tournament on Monday, making it clear he wouldn't lose any sleep over the decision. "It wasn't a difficult decision," he said. Show More Summary

Dubai Duty Free 2015: Daily Tennis Scores, Results and Draw Schedule

Roger Federer heads to Dubai this week looking to make history with an unprecedented seventh title win at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships. Some of the biggest names in the sport descend upon the Arabian setting with a view to dethroning the defending champion, however, with world No. Show More Summary

Ranking Nick Kyrgios and Young Tennis Stars Ready to Break out

It's an exciting time to be a tennis fan. With so many top young stars poised to break out over the course of the next few months, there's sure to be lots of heads rolling as old and new waves collide. But just who will top our list?...Show More Summary

Rafael Nadal, David Ferrer and the Winners and Losers at Brazil and France

Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer did not meet at the Rio Open in Brazil. What did the final outcome mean for both players? There was also action at Marseille's Open 13, which featured two Frenchman duking it out in the final. Gilles Simon and Gael Monfils are a contrast of tennis and personality in so many ways. Show More Summary

ATP World Tour 2015 Rankings: Rafael Nadal Falls Below Andy Murray in Standings

Andy Murray's climb back up to the top of world tennis continues with the news he has leapfrogged Rafael Nadal in the latest rankings. The Brit is now up to third in the ATP world rankings, with Nadal falling to fourth place. MurrayShow More Summary

Ranking the Most Durable Players in Tennis Today

Who can say whether any of the players currently on the men's and women's tour subscribe to the musings of a lifestyle guru to prolong their careers? There's no exact science, but it's still worth looking at the most durable playersShow More Summary

Fabio Fognini Literally Slides for Tough Match Point to Upset Rafael Nadal

A sliding save like this is impressive enough regardless of who it was against, but the fact that it came at the end of a match against one of the best tennis players is icing on the cake. Going head-to-head against Rafael Nadal in the semifinals of the Rio Open, Fabio Fognini had to sprint and then slide to get to the ball. Show More Summary

What to Make of Roger Federer's Weird Controversy with India and Pakistan

Roger Federer probably had no idea that a photograph of him holding India's national cricket team jersey would set off an international incident. Now that the world knows, the whole thing seems sort of weird. Sports fanaticism reaching the ridiculous is nothing new. Show More Summary

Mardy Fish Attempts to Redefine Career Again with an Inspiring Comeback

He was in the middle of a late-career renaissance, finally maximizing his potential and enjoying his best results on a tennis court. And then everything came crashing down. Mardy Fish, 33, had already been through plenty of ups and downs before March 2012. Show More Summary

Why are Tennis' Top Stars Performing Well Late in their Careers?

Rafael Nadal is back, grinding on clay at Brazil’s best tournament in Rio de Janeiro. Despite career injuries and capricious momentum, Nadal has been one of tennis’ greatest superstars the past decade. His desire and competitivenessShow More Summary

Ranking the Best Serves in Tennis Today

Given that it starts and occasionally ends a point, the serve is the most important shot in tennis. Without at least a solid serve, a player will struggle to forge a career at the elite level, as a competent returner will routinely punish...Show More Summary

Andy Murray's on-Court Motivational Notes Leaked

You can often hear Andy Murray muttering to himself on a tennis court but ever wonder what he is telling himself? In all likelihood it is one of 10 things. Dutch reporter Wilfred Genee got his hands on Murray's handwritten notes that...Show More Summary

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