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On Sunday, May 27, the 2018 French Open kicks off at Roland Garros. The clay courts will attract bets from novices and amateurs alike, many debating whether to back Rafael Nadal. The world's No. 1 tennis player and 2017 champion is listed as a -250 ...
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“I'm obviously very disappointed, but I still want to come to Lyon as an ambassador and to Roland Garros as a spectator,” Tsonga was quoted as saying on the Tennis X website. Tsonga joins crowd favourite Roger Federer, who also ruled himself out of the ...
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Roger Federer announced in March that he would be skipping the entire clay-court season. Federer, 36, announced the news in the wake of his Miami Open defeat to Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis. He missed the last two French Opens to remain fresh for the ...
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1 ranking to Roger Federer back in February. Federer has since withdrawn from the clay court circuit though and won't be playing in the French Open for the third straight year, leaving the door open for Nadal to take the title at Roland Garros and
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Though he's sitting out the clay-court season for a second consecutive season, Roger Federer has reclaimed the No. 1 ranking after Rafael ... Playing just one tournament in the first three months of 2018 also hasn't helped Nadal's ranking. “Between
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Nadal can replace Roger Federer at No. ... He'll meet Australian Open finalist Marin Cilic, who beat 10th-seeded Pablo Carreno Busta 6-3, 6-3. ... "He played aggressive, a great level of tennis, creating a lot of winners and taking balls earlier
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The year is 2018, and despite winning his first Grand Slam 15 years ago at the ripe age of 21, Roger Federer is STILL winning major tennis titles. The Swiss superstar added another Australian Open to his collection at the start of this year, which now
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After four-and-a-half months of competition in the 2018 season, Roger Federer is the tennis player with the best win/loss record. The Swiss won 17 matches out of 19 played, with a success rate of 89%. After Federer there is Rafael Nadal with 88%.
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It is an argument that could have been tailored for the totems of modern tennis. In 2015, Serena Williams, who turned 34 that September, entered only 11 events but won three major titles. Now, Roger Federer, a few weeks shy of his 37th birthday, has
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He also eats bananas, which are a good source of carbohydrate and potassium. When tennis players contest long matches, their energy levels may lull and they may succumb to cramp if they lose too much potassium. Bananas help players like Federer refuel ...
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At the start of the year you worked a bit for Tennis Australia at the Open. What was that like? Tennis is something I look forward to every year. It's a pinch yourself moment when you're about 5m away from Roger Federer on match point. You pick up on
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Roger Federer updated his 2018 schedule through his official website. The Swiss player competed in four tournaments this year so far: Australian Open and Rotterdam (where he won the title) then Indian Wells (lost to Juan Martin del Potro in the final
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Roger Federer is the Greatest Male Tennis Player of All Time. That was the case entering the men's Australian Open Final against Marin Cilic , and it's still the same afterward. But his victory made it much more likely that he'll continue to hold that  -
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Roger Federer defeated Aljaz Bedene 6-3, 6-4, 6-3 in under two hours at the 2018 Australian Open, and after his victory he was greeted by comedian Will Ferrell. Refresh. ROME HLS HALEP v SHARAPOVA. Loading video . ROME HLS HALEP v ... - - -
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Men's tennis has developed into a survival of the fittest, but the game's most successful senior citizen continues to glide through the years with apparently consummate ease. With the exception of the six months he took off in the second half of 2016  -