Spain, France and the U.S. on the Top of Countries Tennis Ranking (ATP)

The new tennis season 2015 is just around the corner. Let’s look at the final countries tennis ranking on the men’s side in 2014. As we can see, there are two world leaders Spain and France. American tennis players moved … Continue reading

No more American Men in the Top 20 of the World Men’s Tennis

No more American Men in the Top 20 of the World Men’s Tennis The article “After a steady decline, American men drop out of top 20” was written by Ben Rothenberg and published in The International Herald Tribune.  There will … Continue reading

Discussing the Results of Roland Garros – The French Open 2013

We discussed the results of the French Open and perspective of American tennis players with a tennis coach. Maria Sharapova lost again  to Serena Williams in the final of Roland Garros. It was predictable. A few people believed that Sharapova … Continue reading

Serbian Tennis Team Beats U.S. Tennis Team in Davis Cup Quartefinal

As you know American tennis team lost to Serbia in a Davis Cup quarterfinal today. I discussed the results of that match with a tennis coach. Djokovic twisted his ankle in the beginning of the match and took anti-inflammatory drug … Continue reading

2012 US Open and who will be the next tennis champions

Some thoughts from a tennis coach about 2012 US Open and the future tennis champions. The real tournament begins next Friday. I don’t see Serena Williams or Maria Sharapova losing any earlier and as usual have to go with Serena … Continue reading