Badosa knocks down two doors

Paula Badosa achieved this Thursday in Indian Wells what Carla Suárez and Garbiñe Muguruza had not achieved in recent years: overcome the quarterfinals in Indian Wells. The Catalan defeated the former number one and winner of three Grand Slams Angelique Kerber 6-4 and 7-5 and will play on Friday (around 04:45 Spanish time, Teledeporte) against … Read more

Norrie and Dimitrov enter the semi-finals against prognosis

Cameron Norrie and Grigor Dimitrov meet on Saturday in the Indian Wells semi-finals after winning against the odds, although not by surprise, to Diego Schwartzman and Hubert Hurkacz, respectively. Norrie, who was playing the quarterfinals of a Masters 1,000 for the first time, passed over (6-0 and 6-2 in 73 minutes) of Schwartzman, which was … Read more

Moyá and Ferrero, nominated for the Tennis Hall of Fame

Spaniards Carlos Moyá and Juan Carlos Ferrero were nominated for induction into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 2022. They will compete in the vote with four other accomplished legends from four countries for the highest honor bestowed in the world of the racket, which “represents a summation of the honoree’s achievements and impact of … Read more

Zverev, the last tennis player to defeat the Big Four

Alexander Zverev achieved with his victory against Andy Murray en third round of the Indian Wells 1,000 Masters an achievement that very few tennis players on the circuit can boast of: having won at least one match to the four tennis players known as the Big Four: Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Murray … Read more

Tsitispas, public enemy number one in world tennis

Stefanos Tsitsipas has become public enemy number one in world tennis this year. The fault lies in some verbal confrontations that he has had with other players on account of the supposed connection with his father and coach, Apostolos, during the games, apart from his controversial trips to the bathroom, long and on repeated occasions. … Read more