Rafael Nadal on Roger Federer: An important part of my life is leaving too

The Great Tennis Roger Federer Roger Federer hits a backhand during the Wimbledon final in 2017. The Great Tennis Roger Federer The Great Tennis Roger Federer Teenager Federer hits a shot while en route to winning the junior title at Wimbledon in 1998. The Great Tennis Roger Federer Federer with his parents, Robert and Lynette, … Read more

Roger Federer duo with Rafael Nadal in the last match, and a fall in the doubles in the Laver Cup

London – This match had to come, of course, for Roger FedererAnd for tennis, just as it inevitably should for every athlete in every sport. Federer performed Friday night in one last competition before retiring at the age of 41 after an impressive career spanning nearly a quarter century that included 20 Grand Slam titles … Read more

Roger Federer brings the curtain down on his career with defeat, but he remains impressive alongside his old friend and rival Rafael Nadal.

CNN – Roger FedererHis career may have ended in defeat on Friday, but the five-minute standing ovation that followed was a testament to the unique and indelible mark he made in tennis. Crowd flattery, seemingly endless rounds of applause and chants of “Roger, Roger, Roger” made Federer cry. “I’m happy, not sad,” he said after … Read more

Canada beat Spain in the group stage of the Davis Cup as new world number one Felix Auger-Aliassime spoils Carlos Alcaraz.

Barcelona, ​​Spain — Carlos AlcarazThe world’s biggest fans flocked to see the world’s best new player on his return to Spain. Instead, they witnessed Felix Auger Eliassim He beat their new star before staying on the hard court to claim a second victory in the doubles and help Canada to a 2-1 win over Spain … Read more

20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer retires

Happy Tracks, Rog.picture: Getty Images I wouldn’t be alone in saying that Roger Federer was the first winner that I always cheered for. Part of that was growing up in Chicago, when I was a kid, being a fan of a consistent winner wasn’t much of an option (as now. And everything shifts, turns, turns…). … Read more

Spain overtakes Serbia in the opening match of the Davis Cup finals despite the absence of top seed Carlos Alcaraz

number Carlos AlcarazNo problem in Spain. In front of a home crowd in Valencia, Spain qualified for a 3-0 win over Serbia in the Davis Cup finals on Wednesday to move to the top of their group. Top-ranked Alcaraz had arrived in Valencia the day before but skipped the opening round, which took place just … Read more

The Stories of Francis Tiafoe and Jessica Pegula

The US Open Always teeming with stories and journeys of local talent and local champions, the 2022 US Open was no exception. This year, two of these players have captured the attention of the tennis world, gone deep and brought great joy to American tennis fans. Jessica Pegola Reached the women’s singles quarter-finals, while Francis … Read more

1 seed Iga Swiatek tops Ons Jabeur in the US Women’s Open final to win her third major title

New York – As good as it was this year, Iga Swiatek Came to the US Open not sure what to expect. She complained that the women used different and slightly lighter tennis balls than the men at Flushing Meadows, as she was not past the fourth round. She was trying to get used to … Read more

Serena Williams: How tennis rewrote the rules of the game for maternity athletes

The 23-time Grand Slam winner was photographed on a sunset beach wearing a Balenciaga gown, Olympia’s face peeking out from the ponytail of her powder blue dress. “If I were a young man, I wouldn’t write this because I would have been there playing and winning while my wife was doing the physical labor of … Read more

Carlos Alcaraz will play for the US Open, and he shot in first place with a five-set win over Francis Tiafoe

New York — Carlos Alcaraz And the Francis Tiafoe Take part in a high-profile, high-energy spectacle for a home-and-away semi-final at the US Open – no time passed when it looked like, no ball out of reach, no corner too bold. single sequence That was stuffed with “What?! How?!” Moments from both men that spectators … Read more