photo credit:y.caradec In this 2nd post about the updated ATP men’s singles world rankings including the 2009 US Open results we continue to help you to learn more about the Top 10 men. There are 5 players in the Top 10 who are Grand Slam singles champions and 3 who have been ranked as […]
photo credit:Roo Reynolds Now that the results of the US Open have been included in the latest ATP rankings (as of 14 September 2009), Roger Federer has now been the World No.1 for a total of 248 weeks during his career. Federer (pictured above) holds the record for the most consecutive weeks ranked as the world No.1, at […]
In this post we will take a closer look at Roger Federer. He is pictured above meeting the ball at the perfect impact point for a forehand volley. Federer was born on this day in 1981 in Binningen, close to Basel in Switzerland. Federer’s highest ranking of No.1 was first achieved on 2 February 2004, making him the […]
photo credit:chascow Jelena Jankovic (pictured above) was the runner-up in the 2008 US Open. This is a great picture that shows fantastic positioning for impact with her forehand by the former world No.1. Jankovic was ranked No.1 at the end of the 2008 season. This created great controversy as the Serbian’s achievement of being […]
photo credit:NoaPhoto Fernando Verdasco (pictured above) is the current world No.10. This picture captures the excellent form that the left hander exhibits in preparation to hit his formidable serve. Verdasco played a magnificent 5 hour and 14 minute 5 set match against the eventual champion and fellow countrymen Rafael Nadal in the […]
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