Archives for November 2012

ATP World Finals: Del Potro makes a big push

That DelPo has been able to stay fairly healthy this year is a very good sign for things to come.

By Douglas Robson

Special to


The Czechs Love Lucie

MVP Safarova proved more than a fine No. 2 to No. 1 Kvitova

PRAGUE – The Fed Cup final between the Czech Republic and Serbia featured three big personalities in the women

What to make of Bercy?

Ferrer was ever fiery.


As a Masters Series, Bercy is in a very tough position, as it is played the week before the ATP Finals and not one member of the top 8 who qualified wants to limp into London. In fact, the only man who will appears in London next week who has reached the Bercy semis is David Ferrer, who is simply tireless and does not seem concerned about what the state of his body in the near future, as he keeps playing and winning. The Spaniard hold a 70-14 record this year, which is heck of a lot of play as well as six titles, but

Fed Cup: Czechs respond to pressure behind Safarova, Kvitova


Lucie won a critical match for the home fans after her 2011 disaster.


PRAGUE – Exactly how many times have you seen Ana Ivanovic throw her racket in anger four times during match? It may have happened before. but even a devoted member her camp can

Fed Cup final: Finally friendly