Tennis Champions Are Responsible for their Success

How far an athlete gets in their career lies entirely in their hands. It has little to do with federations or coaching. Oh, the good old blame game… The reasons why some don’t make it, blaming geographical position, tennis academies, … Continue reading

Continue to discuss the U.S. Open in New York: Azarenka vs Makarova

Victoria Azarenka will play against Ekaterina Makarova in quarterfinal tennis match on this year’s US Open. Makarova beat all her opponents easily, and she is currently in a fantastic form! Makarova easily beat Min, Hercog and Diyas, and in the … Continue reading

Who Will Win the 2014 Australian Open?

The smartest tennis player of the world women’s tennis Agnieszka Radwanska reached the semi-finals after the victory over Victoria Azarenka. Azarenka’s 6-1, 5-7, 6-0 loss in exactly two hours means the top three women’s seeds are all out at the … Continue reading

Women’s Tennis Ranking of Countries

I published “Men’s Tennis Ranking of Countries” last week. I was asked to make the same ranking for women tennis. Methodology remains the same: Position 1 gives 99 points…position 99 gives 1 point.  We see two leaders on women’s tennis … Continue reading

WTA Number One Ranking on the Line in Doha

The WTA rankings system has been under fire in recent years. Critics scoffed that Dinara Safina and Caroline Wozniacki could reach the rankings summit without winning a Grand Slam title, and the catcalls grew even louder when the Dane stayed … Continue reading