Stockholm - Robin Soderling has endured years away from professional tennis due to illness but the 30-year-old Swede is targeting a 2015 comeback with a fresh attitude to the game. Famed for being the only man to defeat Rafael Nadal at the French ... News24, 2 months ago
Player to director, Soderling crosses barrier with ease - Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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I dreamed last night I was some sort of amoeba, capable of splitting myself into independently functioning pieces. Some difficulties arose -- it took me two hours to decide between trail mix and Froot Loops -- but there was one enormous benefit. For ...SI.com, 3 days ago
Indian Wells is upon us -- or as it's officially called, the "BNP Paribas Open." Kind of a catchy title, isn't it? Nothing like giving fans no idea what's about to happen. You wouldn't be caught dead calling it the "BNP Paribas Open" unless you were ...SI.com, 3 days ago
Perhaps there's no resurrecting Roger Federer . Maybe he dropped the definitive hints at recent Wimbledons, strolling onto the court in those over-the-top evening jackets, as if preparing for a bit of pipe smoking with Alistair Cooke . Perhaps the ...SI.com, 3 days ago Federer's excuses, dismissive remarks at Wimby invite criticism SI.com, 3 days ago Federer-Nadal showdown in U.S. Open final suddenly seems possible SI.com, 3 days ago Roger Federer Legend Grows as he Enthralls Indian Fans NDTV, 1 week ago
The occasion cries out for an encore. Who wouldn't want to see Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on Centre Court in the Wimbledon final, a reprise of the greatest match ever played? I'd like to see it as much as anyone, but it won't come down that ...SI.com, 3 days ago
It has been an interesting tournament so far at Key Biscayne, none of the headline-makers more interesting than ... Martina Navratilova? In a first week trending heavily toward conventional wisdom in the men's draw, Navratilova shook things up, ...SI.com, 3 days ago
Ten thoughts on Wimbledon's second Monday, for sheer quantity the sport's greatest show on earth: 1. Here's the hell of it for Andy Roddick : Over the next six months, as he tries to digest a fourth-round loss to Yen-Hsun Lu at Wimbledon, he'll ...SI.com, 3 days ago
The women's tour may be in a chaotic stage just now, with so many top players either injured or off-form, but the men's draw in this week's Madrid event has the look of a major. It's easy to project a Rafael Nadal-Novak Djokovic final, and that's ...SI.com, 3 days ago
The mind searches for an image of Kim Clijsters on the dance floor. It comes easily. Now she's gettin' crazy, a veritable whirlwind out there. Sure, it's a family wedding -- why not? Then she tears up an ankle so badly, she'll be out at least ...SI.com, 3 days ago
With the U.S. Open only a few weeks away, Mardy Fish might be the best tennis player in America -- a pretty sweet notion if you've been among his loyal fans all these years. Otherwise, a question: Has it really come to that? In essence, there's ...SI.com, 3 days ago
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