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The last two weeks have been a throwback to those times when Djokovic was clearly the best player on the planet, writes Nick Bollettieri... [Read More]
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Kerber was just the player to take advantage of the fact that Williams has yet to rediscover the fluency of movement that helped her to... [Read More]
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In his latest Wimbledon column, legendary tennis coach Nick Bollettieri reflects on that remarkable five-set quarter-final between Anderson and Federer... [Read More]
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Kevin Anderson, his next opponent, is 6ft 8in tall, while the two other quarter-finalists in his section are John Isner (6ft 10in) and Milos Raonic... [Read More]
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Writing in his daily Wimbledon column, legendary tennis coach Nick Bollettieri takes a closer look at Edmund's clash with Djokovic at SW19... [Read More]
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Writing in his daily Wimbledon column, legendary tennis coach Nick Bollettieri takes a closer look at the SW19 veterans... [Read More]
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Watching Nadal beat Dudi Sela in the first round was a reminder of how Nadal defies conventional wisdom about playing on grass, writes legendary tennis... [Read More]
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In all my years of watching Wimbledon I'm not sure that I can remember a women's competition as open as this one, writes legendary coach... [Read More]
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People wonder how much longer the Federer express can keep on rolling but Wimbledon fires him up like nowhere else, writes legendary tennis coach Nick... [Read More]
What more can we say about Federer? The guy is less than a month short of his 36th birthday, but for the last fortnight he... [Read More]
Federer came up with the right shots at just the right time in his semi-final, says coach Nick Bollettieri... [Read More]
Murray's movement is key to his game and he was always going to be vulnerable without it, says coach Nick Bollettieri... [Read More]
Nick Bollettieri on how Konta joined Andy Murray in the quarter-finals in what was a first in 44 years for British Tennis... [Read More]
The brutal truth in today's game is that men with Kei's physique nearly always struggle... [Read More]
Would Murray have beaten Novak Djokovic if the world No 1 had made the final? We'll never know the answer to that... [Read More]
The legendary coach is confident that Murray will win his second Wimbledon title on Sunday... [Read More]
American should be too strong for German in final... [Read More]
Swiss is in fine form and serving beautifully... [Read More]
Swiss is sheer class in everything he does, writes legendary coach Nick Bollettieri... [Read More]
It wouldn't surprise me if Stan has trouble in his second-round match here against Juan Martin del Potro... [Read More]
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