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Tennis
Gallery  /  Published 24.09.22

Au revoir

Holding hands and crying together, while sitting next to each other, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, the two biggest icons of tennis, unknowingly, produced yet another unforgettable moment that will b...
By Our Web Desk

Sports  /  Published 24.09.22

What Roger had been dreading the most

Roger Federer may have been one of the sporting world's great communicators over the last two decades but the Swiss confessed he had been dreading being handed a microphone after his glorious care...
By Reuters in London

Sports  /  Published 24.09.22

Federer: A fitting end, a storied career

With a suspect right knee, he could have ended his great career in many a manner and many a venue, but he chose to emphasize the collective, forgoing an individual tour event like Wimbledon or his hom...
By Christopher Clarey, Andrew Das, James Hill

Sports  /  Published 24.09.22

The Match: Twitter abuzz, tears of joy

Before the match: ...
By Our Web Desk in London

Sports  /  Published 23.09.22

Federer ‘the greatest athlete’

Novak Djokovic hailed the retiring Roger Federer as one of the greatest athletes of all time and said he would leave a lasting legacy for the world of tennis. The 41-year-old Swiss great will play co...
By Reuters in London

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Sports  /  Published 23.09.22

Final bow with great foe for company

Some of the most iconic moments of Roger Federer’s glittering career featured Rafael Nadal across the net but on Friday his great Spanish rival will be alongside him for his final bow. The 41-y...
By Reuters in London

People  /  Published 21.09.22

Neutrality, a journalistic base & knowing it isn’t about you: John Dykes on sportscasting

Lastly, your favourite pundit to work with and your favourite athlete to cover in all these years? Pundits are booked by producers, not by me. So, it’s always difficult to answer this and to ju...
By Priyam Marik

Sports  /  Published 21.09.22

TT: Little enthusiasm in China

It's been a few weeks since Dang Qiu won the men's singles title at the European Championships, but his good mood still hasn't worn off. "That I was able to deliver the goods at a cr...
By Jens Krepela, Jose Qiuan

Sports  /  Published 20.09.22

Alcaraz fires, Spain advance

Carlos Alcaraz secured his first win as world No.1 on Sunday as he beat South Korea’s Kwon Soonwoo to send Spain into the last eight of the Davis Cup while Matteo Berrettini helped Italy seal to...
By Reuters in Valencia

Sports  /  Published 19.09.22

Canada in quarters

A day after taking down world No.1 Carlos Alcaraz of Spain, Felix Auger-Aliassime booked Canada’s place in the Davis Cup quarter finals on Saturday with a 6-3, 6-4 win against Serbia’s Mio...
By Reuters in Valencia


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