The art of the choke: what really happens

July 21, 2017 1

Perhaps in no sport is “choking” more evident than it is in tennis. It’s just one on one, mano a mano (at least in singles, and with no coaching aside from a minimal amount on the WTA Tour). Opportunities for mental breakdowns abound. […]

Melo new world No. 1 in doubles after capturing Wimbledon title

July 17, 2017 0

There is not quite a changing of the guard–not yet, at least–at the top of the singles rankings, but there was one on the doubles side on Monday. Marcelo Melo officially regained the No. 1 doubles spot two days after capturing the Wimbledon title with partner Lukasz Kubot. […]

Federer’s perfect run through Wimbledon leads to eighth title

July 16, 2017 8

Roger Federer captured a record eighth Wimbledon title on Sunday afternoon, capping off a perfect run through the tournament by cruising past Marin Cilic 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 in a one-sided final. Federer took advantage of a hobbled opponent to win a seventh consecutive match in straight sets and triumph after one hour and 41 minutes. […]

Wimbledon final preview and prediction: Federer vs. Cilic

July 15, 2017 250

It will be a rematch of one of last year’s most memorable Wimbledon moments when Roger Federer and Marin Cilic meet again on Sunday at the All-England Club, this time with a Grand Slam title at stake. Federer beat Cilic in five in the 2016 quarterfinals. […]

Federer flying just about as high as ever at Wimbledon

July 15, 2017 2

Roger Federer punched his ticket to Sunday’s Wimbledon final without dropping a single set. Federer, who had accomplished that feat only twice previously in his career at the All-England Club, is looking just about as good as ever at 35 years old. […]

Wimbledon SF preview and prediction: Federer vs. Berdych

July 13, 2017 161

Roger Federer and Tomas Berdych will be facing each other for the 25th time in their careers when they collide in the Wimbledon semifinals on Friday. The head-to-head series stands at 18-6 in Federer’s favor, which is actually a respectable number for Berdych. […]

Five-setters on fire at Wimbledon…except when Federer plays

July 13, 2017 0

Roger Federer has flown into the Wimbledon semifinals and he has done so without donating a single set to any opponent. Alexandr Dolgopolov? Didn’t even last a full two sets. Dusan Lajovic? Gone in a flash. Same with Mischa Zverev. Grigor Dimitrov, too. Milos Raonic, the man who toppled Federer in last summer’s semifinals? Also out in straight sets.
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