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Diego Schwartzman beats Kei Nishikori 2-0 at Italian Open – Xinhua | English.news.cn Xinhua
Japan’s Kei Nishikori returns the ball during the men’s singles quarterfinal match against Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman at the Italian Open Tennis tournament …
Tennis Podcast: The Rafael Nadal story The Telegraph
While a revamped and expanded Roland Garros may have a different look for 2019, it has a very familiar feel, with Rafael Nadal favoured to lift La Coupe des Mousquetaires for a 12th time. It can be easy to get swept up by Nadal’s numbers and take his greatness for granted. In a bid to truly appreciate the scale of his achievements, a special edition of The Tennis Podcasts sees the team of Catherine Whitaker (Eurosport, Amazon Prime Video), David Law (BBC 5 Live, BT Sport) and Matt Roberts delve into the journey of Nadal’s career. Starting at the very beginning, there are stats and stories t…
Japan’s Kei Nishikori, France’s Jeremy Chardy In 3rd Round Of Madrid Open Tennis Tournament The Sentinel Assam
Madrid: Japan’s Kei Nishikori and France’s Jeremy Chardy on Wednesday secured their spots in the third round of the Madrid Open tennis.
Rafael Nadal came to the net only to shake hands in 2005 – Boris Becker Tennis World USA
In an interview Boris Becker commented on how Rafael Nadal’s game has evolved over the years. The German said: “When he has won here in 2005 he was 19 years old and he barely came to the net to shake hands. He hit the first serve, stepped around and hit the forehand. Now I see Nadal as an aggressive baseliner coming to the net, serve has improved, he is winning points shorter. So even the greatest clay-courter is getting aggressive and speeds up his game.” On some players skipping some parts of the season, Mats Wilander said: “Players are taking responsabilities that go outside of themselve…
Kei Nishikori And His Struggles At Roland Garros Last Word on Tennis
Kei Nishikori has surprisingly struggled at Roland Garros. To put that into context, he has never made it past the quarterfinals at Roland Garros.
Rafael Nadal drops a set but sweeps past Goffin in Paris The Irish Times
Rafael Nadal dropped a set at the French Open for only the second time since 2015 but recovered to beat David Goffin and reach the fourth round. The 11-time champion had won all his matches in straight sets the last three years apart from in the quarter-finals 12 months ago, when he lost one set against Diego Schwartzman. Nadal tore through the opening two sets against 27th seed Goffin but the Belgian fought back impressively to take the third before the Spaniard completed a 6-1 6-3 4-6 6-3 victory. The win saw Nadal match Roger Federer, who defeated Casper Ruud earlier, by making the last …
Diego Schwartzman tops Kei Nishikori in Italian Open quarterfinals The Japan Times
Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman cruised past Kei Nishikori in straight sets to advance to the Italian Open semifinals on Thursday. Schwartzman won 6-4, 6-2 i.
Training is more important than competing, says Rafael Nadal’s uncle Tennis World USA
In an interview the Rafael Nadal’s uncle Toni commented on the importance of training over playing matches. The 58-year-old Mallorcan said: “The competition is the consequence of having trained well and now it seems that the more you compete, the better you train. The competition is a part of the training but not decisive one. The main thing is the training. I never liked Rafael to play many tournaments, but as you grow up you tend to give more importance to the tournaments but I don’t think that’s the right thing. Competing a lot is not necessary, that’s what I did with Rafael and also the…
Kei Nishikori rises to sixth in world rankings The Japan Times
Kei Nishikori rose one spot in the world rankings released Monday by the ATP, moving up from seventh to sixth. On Saturday, Nishikori lost his semifinal at.
Novak Djokovic will be French Open favourite over Rafael Nadal with Rome win – Annacone Express
NOVAK DJOKOVIC would be the favourite for the French Open ahead of Rafael Nadal if he can win this week’s Italian Open. Novak Djokovic won the Madrid Open on Sunday That is according to Tennis Channel analyst Paul Annacone. After disappointing results in Indian Wells, Miami and Monte Carlo, there were some doubts about Djokovic’s form in the build-up to Roland Garros. But the world No 1 took a major step toward dispelling some concerns by winning the Madrid Open on Sunday. Djokovic looked much more like his old self and he has now arrived in Rome, hoping to win a 34th Masters 1000 title. Re…