Yearly Archives: 2013

The Last Man Standing 2

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP)  is the organization responsible for organizing the worldwide tennis tour for men and linked the title of the tour with the organization’s name. Since 2009 known as the ATP World Tour. The ATP World

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The Last Man Standing 2013

Again, this is a very exciting endgame for the determination of the best players at the end of the year or the end of the competition.  At the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, The O2 London November 4 to 11,

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Roger: “It’s more on my racquet than on anybody else’s racquet.”

This season is not a good season for a legend, Roger Federer. Without a grandslam’s title, without a master’s title, and finish out of the Top 4 for the first time since 2002, still believes he’s in control of his

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Tsonga chooses Escude, Ascione as his new joint coaches

AP Photo PARIS (AFP) – French number one Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has chosen compatriots Nicolas Escude and Thierry Ascione as his new joint coaches, replacing Roger Rasheed.  Roger Rasheed, who is now coaching Grigor Dimitrov. “The fact that they are two

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Adapt or Die

Use the tennis’s evolutionary lessons to improve your own game What can we learn from the past that can help us with our own games? Most important, we can see there is a counter to every style of play. This

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Looking for Motivation

If you are on the road, you should know the road to be taken ( Road of Improvement ). Many factors that we reached just in time aimed. Motivation becomes an important factor in achieving accuracy. We’ve heard it all

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A Perfect Fit

“I stand before you today . . . to acknowledge Ivan as a far superior physical specimen than myself, despite a near-13-year age gap.” These were the words spoken by Jez Green, Andy Murray’s 40-year-old strength and conditioning coach, during

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Nadaland Garros

The French Open, often referred to as Roland Garros.  Not many people really know. In 1891, the French Open started as the French national tournament and it was played on grass. Can you imagine this if French Open still being

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The Technique is not Fixed

Many players and coaches make big mistake or they don’t know how to learn techniques in tennis. “One of the biggest myths and misconceptions in tennis is that if you perform the technique correctly, the ball will go in”. This

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The Idol Perspective

Some reporter said Roger Federer very smart in answered a post match interview.  They note that he never looks for excuse a losing match.  But we can see, He uses the same pattern to handle any questions.  No matters a

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