Michelangelo and the Roman statues of Roger Federer

Imagine how Michelangelo would view Roger Federer playing at the Italian Open in Rome. He might see him as a work of art, standing above the crowd. He might see him as a… Continue reading

Genie Bouchard in Rome — an opera of emotions

Murray deposes Nadal on Madrid clay

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playing lights out —– Petra Kvitova wins Mutua Madrid Open

Rafa on fire in Madrid

                                       

wounded Raonic in brave effort vs Murray in Madrid quarters

 

Rafa rejoices in victory over Dimitrov in Madrid Quarters

hyper-talented Aussie Nick “Curios” stuns Federer in Madrid

What’s wrong with Genie Bouchard? Go back to 2013

Most players take years to climb the ranks and learn how to deal with fortune and fame. Genie Bouchard, on the other hand, rocketed very fast, very soon. In 2014, the WTA, corporate… Continue reading