Without a shadow of a doubt, Novak Djokovic is one of the greatest tennis players of all time. The Serbian’s consistency and ability to play at the top level for the entire year stands him tall above the rest of the tennis world and many actually believe he is already well on the way to eclipsing Roger Federer’s record total of 18 Grand Slam titles. The world number one already has 11 under his belt and a French Open victory at Roland Garros would see him edge ever closer to the legendary Swiss star’s tally.
The Defending champion Serena Williams has confirmed her fitness for this month’s Australian Open.
The 21-time Grand Slam champion, who withdraw from the Hopman Cup last week with a knee injury during a training session at the tournament in Perth, Western Australia.
The World No. 1 Novak Djokovic hinted his post-retirement plans that he would like to be remain with tennis even after the retirement from the professional circuit.
The Serbian international, who will face Rafael Nadal in the China Open final after the Spaniard beat Italy’s Fabio Fognini 7-5 6-3.
The British Davis Cup team is half Scottish – and the semis are in Glasgow. It’s obvious the Brits will have a huge home-court advantage, quite literally, too, as their front man Andy Murray was born and raised in this very city. Adrenaline is guaranteed to flow in buckets during these matches: the Aussies will be fighting for their chance at the trophy after a 12 year wait, and for the Brits, it would mean the end of a 79-year dry spell!
Maria Sharapova has admitted that she can’t wait to take on 20-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams in the semi-finals of Wimbledon, on Thursday afternoon.
Sharapova, 28, hasn’t faced the American in the latter stages at SW19 since 2004, and the Russian has insisted that she is expecting an “incredible” moment when they both meet on in front of 15,000 spectators on Centre Court.