Rafael Nadal

 
When will I be famous? Another Grand Slam flop for Nextgen
When will I be famous? Another Grand Slam flop for Nextgen
They came, they saw, they flopped — again.
Federer, Nadal and Djokovic face Wimbledon centre court dilemma
Federer, Nadal and Djokovic face Wimbledon centre court dilemma
Novak Djokovic insists it is only fair that he should play his Wimbledon quarter-final on centre court on Wednesday, handing the All England Club a...
Former champs Sharapova, Kvitova crash out, Nadal, Djokovic through
Former champs Sharapova, Kvitova crash out, Nadal, Djokovic through
Maria Sharapova suffered her first opening round Wimbledon defeat and earliest Grand Slam exit in eight years on Tuesday when she was shocked by...
Serena Williams seeded for Wimbledon, Murray misses out
Serena Williams seeded for Wimbledon, Murray misses out
Seven-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams has been seeded 25 for this year's women's singles by the organisers despite being ranked 183 in the...
Rafael Nadal lifts record 11th French Open title
Rafael Nadal lifts record 11th French Open title
Rafael Nadal, the tennis superstar leading men's rankings, has clinched a record-extending 11th French Open win after beating eight-ranked Dominic...
Federer eyes fresh 'fairytale' as Grand Slam rivals falter
Federer eyes fresh 'fairytale' as Grand Slam rivals falter
The prospects of an unprecedented 20th Grand Slam victory have strengthened for ageless wonder Roger Federer as his main rivals flounder ahead of...
Nadal beaten in Melbourne but injured knee 'fine'
Nadal beaten in Melbourne but injured knee 'fine'
World number one Rafael Nadal lost his first match of the year 6-4, 7-5 to Richard Gasquet at the Kooyong Classic on Tuesday, but said he was happy...
Aussie Open 'top of Serena's mind', says boss
Aussie Open 'top of Serena's mind', says boss
Australian Open organisers said they were hopeful of a stunning return by new mum Serena Williams in January as they raised the winners' prize...
TSA admits not giving Anderson enough support
TSA admits not giving Anderson enough support
Tennis South Africa (TSA) CEO Richard Glover has admitted that his organisation had in the past not done enough to support Kevin Anderson.
Gutted yet pleased, Anderson hopes to build on US Open loss
Gutted yet pleased, Anderson hopes to build on US Open loss
Kevin Anderson says don't count him out just yet even after an impressive two-week run to his first Grand Slam final ended in failure by losing to...
South Africa's Raven Klaasen sinks Nadal, Djokovic at Indian Wells
South Africa's Raven Klaasen sinks Nadal, Djokovic at Indian Wells
South Africa’s Raven Klaasen and his United States doubles partner, Rajeev Ram, have reached the semifinals of the Indian Wells Masters tennis...
Sharapova sails to Aus Open semifinals as Nadal falls out
Sharapova sails to Aus Open semifinals as Nadal falls out
Tomas Berdych played arguably the grand slam quarter-final of his life to end the longest losing streak on the ATP Tour with a 6-2 6-0 7-6(5)...

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