“The No. 1 ranking is not in danger — it’s finished. Let’s not lie to ourselves, that’s the reality. Nobody likes to lose. I have to see what’s missing and working with a cool, open mind to decipher things and find the solutions. To try to do a little better next time,” a dejected Rafael [...]
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The highest members of Spanish teams sports royalty sat front and center to watch their compatriot, Rafael Nadal, try to win the Mutua Madrilena Madrid Open Tennis against Novak Djokovic. (From left to right) Sara Carbonero, Iker Casillas, Cristiano Ronaldo (of Real Madrid) and Irina Shayr sat in the first row while Carlos Moya sat behind [...]
Winning is no easy thing, but if you have things such as Victoria Azarenka and Maria Kirilenko, winning gets a little easier.
The things defeated Kveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik to win the Women’s Doubles title in Madrid. With their winning ways of late, I see these things being trouble in the way of anyone else trying [...]
Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and umpire Mohamed Lahyani are seen before Federer and Nadal’s semifinal match in Madrid during a moment of silence for the passing of Spanish golfing legend Seve Ballesteros. The golfer passed away today after a battle with brain cancer.
Nadal also wore a black ribbon during his match as a tribute to [...]
Andy Murray got in a practice today on the clay courts in Madrid with Sven Groeneveld and Mats Merkel of Adidas and Daniel Vallverdu. Murray is set to return to the tour after suffering from an elbow injury.
“I went over to Barcelona and tried to practise on the Tuesday after Monte Carlo and it was a [...]
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal made the second and final stop on their charity tour in Madrid, Spain yesterday. Their charity exhibition match took place in La Caja Magica, with Spanish singer David Bisbal, Spain’s Crown Prince Felipe, Princess Letizia and their daughters all in attendance. Organized by the Rafa Nadal Foundation, the friendly match [...]