In his first match since claiming his 18th grand slam title by beating Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open a month ago, Federer was back in the old routine to give Paire the runaround.
Roger Federer re-affirmed his position as the greatest of all time with victory over Rafael Nadal in the final of the Australian Open earlier this year and there is a sense of anticipation over what he can do next.
If you were a hopelessly romantic tennis fan in January, you might have envisioned a day this year when Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer—perhaps even together—would once again appear on a Grand Slam podium for a singles trophy presentation. Wouldn’t...Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal will split ways with his longtime coach, Uncle Toni, at the end of the 2017 season, according to an interview Toni Nadal gave to the website Il Tennis Italiano over the weekend. Instead of traveling with his nephew, Toni Nadal said he will spend next season overseeing the Nadals’ tennis academy in… Read more...
MADRID, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Rafael Nadal's uncle, Toni Nadal, will step down as his coach after this year's ATP Tour, as he feels he has been sidelined by other figures in the player's entourage, he told an Italian tennis magazine.
Rafael Nadal needs extra time to rest.
Rafael Nadal has been blighted with injury problems in recent seasons and says he is now being advised by doctors to recuperate after a busy start to his 2017 season.
The 14-time Grand Slam champion won the tournament in 2008 prior to clinching his first Wimbledon title with victory over Roger Federer.
Rafael Nadal announced that he would skip next week’s ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in the Netherlands.
Australian Open finalist Rafael Nadal has pulled out of next week's ABN Amro tennis tournament, saying he needs to rest
MADRID, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from next week's Rotterdam Open after being advised by doctors to rest, he said on Thursday.
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Rafael Nadal has scheduled 11 events between now and July.
Roger Federer beat Rafael Nadal at the 2017 Australian Open in a five-setter for the ages — making the 35-year-old an 18-time Grand Slam singles champion. Federer is often considered one of the greatest players of all-time. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
LONDON, Feb 6 (Reuters) - A resurgent Rafael Nadal will warm up for Wimbledon by returning to The Queen's Club for the Aegon Championships in June.
Yesterday we argued that Federer’s unusually strong backhand anchored his Australian Open win over Rafael Nadal, and today we found a startling statistical basis for that claim. It comes courtesy of the always helpful Jeff Sackmann at TennisAbstract. Relative to other sports, tennis remains fairly data-poor, but… Read more...
Highlights from Federer-Nadal 35.
Roger Federer won the last five games to deny Rafael Nadal of a second Career Grand Slam.