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Roger Federer Advance to SF, Nadal and Tsonga Still Have A Chance

Federer To SF Barclay ATP WTF

Roger Federer advanced to the semifinals ascertained Barclays ATP World Tour Final after easy win over world no.2 Rafael Nadal 6-3 and 6-0 on Tuesday night in London. The world No 4 this world only takes exactly 1 hour to end Nadal’s resistance. This was Federer’s second victory in this championship, where previously this Swiss […]

David Ferrer Beats Andy Murray in London

David Ferrer 1

Fifth seed Barclay ATP World Tour Finals David Ferrer beat Andy Murray of Britain in the first Group A match 6-4 and 7-5. The Spaniard takes 2 hours to beat the world number three. David Ferrer who also a runner up in 2007, played brilliantly and won 4 times break point during the match.

Federer and Nadal Struggles to Win Their First Match in Group B

Roger Federer to Final

Playing in the opening game Barclay ATP World Tour Finals in London on 20 November, the world number three Swiss Roger Federer struggled to cope with Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-2, 2-6 and 6-4. With the victory Federer repeated the success in defeating Tsonga, the previous 30-year-old tennis player defeated Tsonga in Paris Masters final with […]

Barclay ATP World Tour Final 2011 Points & Prize Money

Barclay London Final 2011 complete

Barclays ATP World Tour Finals will start on 20 November 2011, all players are ready to fight the highest degree on the ATP World Tour series. What are points and prize money to be earned by each player? Here’s a list of points and prize money to be earned by each player:

WTA Player Of The Year: Petra Kvitova

Petra Kvitkova Player of the year

Season 2011 is the best season for Petra Kvitova. Czech Republic tennis player who started the season ranked 34th in the WTA, and end the year 2011 with a WTA ranking of No. 2. Incredible, she won six titles – including Wimbledon – this year. Title at Wimbledon was also a first Grand Slam title […]

Defending Champions Federer in Group B, World No.1 Djokovic in Group A

Barclay London Final 2011 complete

Barclay ATP Tour Finals – Championship which brought together eight top-ranked ATP Tour – will begin on November 20, 2011. In this championship eight players are divided into two groups – group A and B, which champions and runners-up group, will advance to the semifinals. The draw was made on Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at […]

Roger Federer, First Titel In Paris Masters

Roger Federer Champion

Roger Federer won his first title at PNB Paribas Masters, held in Paris on Sunday. In the final game Federer beat Frenchman who was the champion in 2008 X Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in straight sets 6-1 and 7-6 (3). The No. 3 seed raced through the first set in 30 minutes, building a 5-0 lead before […]

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Face Roger Federer in Paris Masters Finals

Tsonga to Final

French tennis player Jo-Wilfried Tsonga have to struggle hard to beat John Isner of the United States in the semifinals held on Saturday to advance to the BNP Paribas Masters finals. Tsonga takes 2 hours and 59 minutes to finish the game ended with the score 3-6, 7-6 (1), 7-6 (3). Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will have […]

Roger Federer Getting Closer to His First Title in Paris

Roger Federer to Final

Roger Federer getting closer to his first title in Paris after defeating the 2005 champion Tomas Berdych 6-4, 6-3 on Saturday. The third seed Federer, who now has 801 career match wins, advanced to his 30th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title-match (17-12 overall) with victory in 81 minutes. Federer once again took a 2-0 […]

Djokovic Pull Out, Tsonga To the Semi-Final Without Playing

Djokovic Pull Out of Paris

Injuries suffered no.1 tennis player Djokovic was forced to pulled out of the BNP Paribas Masters on Friday morning. It means France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, the 2008 champion, gets a walkover into the semi-finals of the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament in Paris. “I am very sorry for the tournament and the fans in Paris […]

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