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Djokovic looks unstoppable at the moment: Henman
United News of India

India needs quality singles players: Tim Henman

NEW DELHI: There is no one better in the world of tennis than Novak Djokovic. The Serbian has won four of the last five Grand Slams -reached the final of the fifth -and surged up to 11 Grand Slams in the last seven years. One of the finest British ... Times of India, 2 days ago
Roger can still win: Henman The Telegraph, 3 days ago
Djokovic looks unstoppable at the moment: Henman United News of India, 3 days ago

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'The road to Wimbledon' campaign returns to Delhi

NEW DELHI: The Road to Wimbledon heads back to Delhi this week with former Great Britain No.1 Tim Henman spearheading an action-packed week of events designed to boost the development of junior tennis in India. The Road to Wimbledon is a tournament ...
 Times of India2 days ago Road To Wimbledon returns to capital  Asian Age3 days ago The road to wimbledon returns to delhi as the all England lawn tennis club and hsbc step up their support for Indian tennis  Web Newswire3 days ago Road to Wimbledon heads to five Indian cities in 2016  Official Web Site of Wimbledon2 weeks ago

Henman wants to see serve and volley in modern tennis

Four-time Wimbledon semi-finalist Tim Henman on Thursday said that conventional serve and volley game still has a place in today's tennis. Henman, a four-time Wimbledon semi-finalist, was one of the last players of his generation, who had a serve and volley game. "It's really sad that the art of serve and volley is vanishing. The game has changed. The surfaces are slow and the balls are heavier. The players are not playing that game," Henman told PTI. "The players are afraid to come onto the ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Serve and volley can still work in modern tennis: Henman  Press Trust of India3 days ago
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Nadal, Federer can still beat Djokovic, says British tennis ace Henman

New Delhi: Novak Djokovic may seem 'unstoppable' at the moment but Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal still has it in them to compete against current World No. 1, former British tennis ace Tim Henman said in New Delhi on Thursday. Djokovic recently ...
 IBNLive3 days ago Federer, Nadal can still compete against Djokovic: Henman  Prokerala3 days ago 'Federer, Nadal can still compete against Djokovic'  The Statesman3 days ago Rafael Nadal alluded to it but is Novak Djokovic the greatest ever? Not yet but he's getting closer  Abu Dhabi National3 weeks ago

Singles players must to escalate game's reach: Henman

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Feb. 5 -- Former British tennis player Tim Henman is pleased with the influence Sania Mirza is having on youngsters in India, however he feels in ...
 HT Syndication3 days ago

Djokovic looks unstoppable: Henman

Indian juniors adapt well to the slow grass courts of Wimbledon.
 The Hindu3 days ago

Important for juniors to keep playing competitive tournaments: Tim Henman

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 IBNLive3 days ago

Indians need to focus on physicality to succeed in singles: Henman

New Delhi, Feb 4 (UNI) Former British number one tennis star Tim Henman feels the game has developed many fold in India from the time he used to play but considers 'physicality' as being one of the reasons for India's failure to produce any top ...
 United News of India3 days ago
United News of India

Sania is successful but India needs singles champs: Henman

New Delhi, Feb 4 (UNI) Former British number one Tim Henman believes women's doubles world number one Sania Mirza is a source of inspiration for millions of players in this country but feels the country needs a singles champion to produce more ...
 United News of India3 days ago

Konta: Im the female Jason Bourne

11:02 AM GMT First it was Henman Hill, then it became Murray Mound -- but Johanna Konta isn't quite sure if the Aarongi Terrace outside Centre Court at Wimbledon will be getting a new name this summer after her Australian Open heroics. "I ... week ago Can Konta capture Britain's hearts?  BBC1 week ago
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