Richard Gasquet to Play 1000th Career Match at Madrid Masters – Impressive Milestone!

Richard Gasquet to Play 1000th Career Match at Madrid Masters – Impressive Milestone!

Richard Gasquet we will reach a symbolic milestone on Thursday, which will perfectly show how long he has been at the top. Out of certificates a Madrid 1000 Mastersthe Biterrois defeated the Italian Stefano Napolitano then the Croatian Duje Ajdukovic, 122nd in the ATP. After being lost Masters 1000 of Indian Wells, Miami etc Monte … Read more

Nadal trains in Barcelona and hopes to be able to participate in the tournament

Nadal trains in Barcelona and hopes to be able to participate in the tournament

Paris. After having dropped out of the Monte Carlo Masters 1000, Rafael Nadal published a message on his X account in which he declared that he was training in Barcelona, ​​where he hopes to play the tournament in the Catalan city next week. “Hello from Barcelona. First training session… with the hope of being here … Read more

Wu Yibing Makes Comeback and Advances to ATP Houston Main Draw

Original title: Advance to ATP Houston main draw (title) Wu Yibing returns from injury and starts again (theme) Beijing Daily (Reporter Zhuo Ran) On April 1st, Beijing time, the ATP250 level men’s singles qualifying final round in Houston ended, and China Tennis Association player Wu Yibing successfully entered the main draw. Returning to the competition … Read more

Florianopolis Challenger: French Players Shine Among South American Contenders

Florianopolis Challenger: French Players Shine Among South American Contenders

The Florianopolis Challenger is made up of a lot of South American players, particularly Brazilians and Argentinians. A few Europeans try their luck, including two Frenchmen. Geoffrey Blancaneaux (n°6) played the Brazilian Paulo Andre Saraiva Dos Santos. If the tricolor fought with his serve and had to face 21 break points, he still managed to … Read more

“He’s hitting like there’s no doubt about it,” Sinner on career high after winning Miami Open

“He’s hitting like there’s no doubt about it,” Sinner on career high after winning Miami Open

He is now the best player in the world. This sentence is getting stronger every day. Dimitrov was obviously a little disappointed after the final, but based on the performance of the last week and a half, and even the last months, he can be rightly proud of himself. Perhaps mostly because he returned to … Read more

Jannik Sinner Ranks Second in World Tennis Rankings after Winning ATP 1000 Tournament

Jannik Sinner Ranks Second in World Tennis Rankings after Winning ATP 1000 Tournament

after winning the ATP 1000 tournament “From a normal family”: Sinner’s triumph with emotions Jannik Sinner is ranked second in the tennis world rankings for the first time in his career. The 22-year-old from Italy has managed almost everything this year so far. Jannik Sinner also wins the ATP 1000 tournament in Miami. Lynne Sladky … Read more

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal Fly to United States Ahead of Masters 1000 Tournament: A Reminder of Mutual Respect in Tennis

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal Fly to United States Ahead of Masters 1000 Tournament: A Reminder of Mutual Respect in Tennis

While the American tour with the Masters 1000 d’Indian Wells et Miami gets closer, the players begin to head towards the USA. This Friday, it is the case of Novak Djokovic et Rafael Nadal. The two tennis legends, who have a combined 46 Grand Slam titles between them, flew together to the UNITED STATES. The … Read more

Gaël Monfils Triumphs in Doha to Reach Quarterfinals: Full match report

Gaël Monfils Triumphs in Doha to Reach Quarterfinals: Full match report

Monfils wins with panache For the first time in the 2024 season, Gaël Monfils has a second consecutive success. The day after his victory against Botic van de Zandschulp (6-1, 7-6), the Frenchman, currently 68th in the ATP, won on Wednesday against Zhang Zhizhen (48th in the world and quarter-finalist at the Open 13 early … Read more

Holger Rune’s Coach Drama: What’s Wrong with the Rising Tennis Star?

Holger Rune’s Coach Drama: What’s Wrong with the Rising Tennis Star?

In one year, Holger Rune has already gone through three different coaches, with Boris Becker being the last to jump ship. The German blames their separation on a lack of time, leaving the Dane alone after only four months since their union. What’s wrong with Rune? Just a few hours ago the news broke that … Read more

Richard Gasquet’s comments on slow conditions and ball quality at ATP Marseille after loss to Roberto Bautista Agut

Richard Gasquet’s comments on slow conditions and ball quality at ATP Marseille after loss to Roberto Bautista Agut

Richard Gasquet, beaten by Roberto Bautista Agut 6-3, 7-5 Monday in the first round of the ATP in Marseille: “The conditions were very slow. The bullets, very slow, it was monstrous, I have rarely seen that. It’s not tennis anymore. There weren’t many bounces. Even back then it wasn’t easy for my game… Today it’s … Read more