They are back. Yes, the trio Djokovic, Federer and Nadal along with other top tennis names return to play the Tennis Masters Rogers Cup in Montreal. Although names like Robing Soderling, Andy Roddick and David Ferrer have pulled out of the biggest prize tournament of Canada but the tennis spectators will enjoy the greatest trivalry of greatest tennis players Federer, Nadal and Djokovic. As per the draws, following matches or clashes can be expected in the Montreal Tennis Masters Rogers Cup:
1) Serbian tennis player Djokovic, the current No.1 tennis player might face Nikolay Davydenko in the second round and Juan Martin Del Potro in the third round before a competitive match with Gael Monfils in the quarters.
2) Del Potro will have to play Marin Cilic and Nieminen and win against them to play against Djokovic.
3) For Monfils to face Djokovic, he will have to deal with American tennis player John Isner and Viktor Troicki.
4) Andy Murray might face Kevin Anderson in the second round before coming on to Wawrinka who defeated Murray in the US Open 2010 however Wawrinka will play his first round match with Nalbandian.
5) The king of clay, the Spaniard Rafael Nadal seems to be in least trouble as he would be opening against Chardy of Dodig before going on to Fernando Verdasco in the third round and then playing Tomas Berdych or Gilles Simon in the quarterfinals.
These are the predictions only as the Trio can be vulnerable to any upset while playing in the Rogers Cup 2011. Stay tuned for live action, scores and updates from August 6, 2011.
Tennis and glamour have always been walking together hand in hand, season to season, continents to continents and their relation is tied up as twins.
It’s all about the lights of glamour and the game that turned the Swedish giant to a legendry profile Bjorn Borg, both in the court and to the media as one of the hottest male players of his era. German stars are not far away in this race, putting their profile in the list of hot shots through Boris Becker, whose name kept shining in the media faster than his rocket serve. Now a day’s glamour is so much into tennis that the legends are competing both in the circuit as well as in the media lights, and there is one angry star famous for his racket breaking, Marat Safin whose anger is more than the heat produced by the glamorous lights.
The profile of hottest tennis male players is incomplete without the Spanish bull Rafael Nadal known as “Rafa”, who has truly caught the eyes of millions around the world not only by his top game but also by his Biceps. Some say his biceps are stronger than the bulls horn followed by his country man Fernando Verdasco who couldn’t rule the circuit but is ruling the hearts of thousands of girls with his hotness.
Last but not the least, a name no one wants to miss is of the current world No. 1 from Serbia, Novak Djokovic, who has crushed all opponents in the current year and is also under the fashion lights which are constantly storming around him. Perhaps with his hot and cool attitude and sexy body, he no doubt is the icon of the hottest male tennis players of history. Any doubt? 😉
Every tennis tournament comes with limitless information and interesting facts . Keeping those facts in mind and watching the game go along makes it even more interesting as you keep on calculating and speculating the results and records. The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam of the year after which the streak of unending matches begins and continues for an entire year. If you are a crazy fan of tennis, not knowing the most basic and interesting facts of the Australian Open is like doing injustice to the word “fan.” Here are some interesting facts and trivia about the Australian Open:
1) Famous female tennis player Margaret Court is the leading winner of most Australian Open female titles
2) Greatest male tennis player Andre Agassi is the leading winner of most Australian Open men titles (tie with Federer)
3) One of the best female tennis player Steffi Graf is the legendary player who defeated Chris Evert in the 1988 Australian Open to win the Golden Slam.
4) The Williams sisters are the USA tennis players who met in the final of the Australian Open in year 2003.
5) From years 1988-2007, the court surface of Australian Open was hard (Rebound Ace).
6) Many tennis lovers believe that the Australian Open event is arranged in Sydney. Don’t let that confuse you, as Melbourne is the host site of the Australian Open.
7) The Williams sisters, with their dominant play in doubles, won the Australian Open doubles title 3 times.
8) In 2009, famous Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal won the longest match in the history of the Australian Open against Fernando Verdasco.
9) Not many of you know that the Australian Open is also known as the Grand Slam of Asia/Pacific.
10) The first pair of American siblings to win the doubles title of Australian Open is the Williams sisters.
11) Among the many leading players in the Australian Open, Evonne Goolagong Cawley was the only player to achieve the WTA’s number one ranking.
12) Hottest female tennis player Martina Hingis ended the unbeaten 33 match career run of Monica Seles in 1999 in the Australian Open.
Famous male tennis player Fernando Verdasco is a professional tennis player from Spain who is currently ranked at number 20 and No. 3 among the Spanish tennis players which is the second highest rank for a Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal. Currently, Verdasco is working with the former U.S. tennis Ace Andre Agassi and his team in Las Vegas. He has achieved his best ranking of seventh in April, 2009. Even though, he hasn’t won any Grand Slam titles in his career, he has given several good performances in Grand Slam matches. His best performance came in the 2009 Australian Open where he reached the semi-finals of the event and was beaten by world number one Rafael Nadal in the longest ever match in the history of the Australian Open that lasted for more than five hours. This performance earned him the ninth ranking, his highest until then. In 2010, Verdasco won titles in Barcelona and San Jose. He successfully reached the final of first ATP Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo.
The Spanish tennis player Fernando Verdasco is an offensive baseline player who can play on any surface but the fast hard courts are his favourites. The best shot played by Spaniard is a forehand. His service is a typical left-handed service where he puts lot of top spin on the ball with a speed of more than 200 Kms. But, his usual habit of making errors at the most important time in a match and a loss of concentration is well known and costs him matches.