Monthly Archives: November 2011

5 Opinions about Roger Federer Paris Win

Roger Federer

Since I am writing an article about Roger Federer and his Paris Masters and Basel wins, I checked many sources, and read several great posts on this subject, written by various tennis bloggers, so I decided to make a separate post, sharing the best posts of the famous tennis authors reflecting Roger Federer Paris Win and what does it mean for him, his rivals, ATP tous and tennis fans out there.

So, here is my review:

Roger Federer Wins Paris Masters

Roger Federer wins Paris Masters 2011 for the first time

A superb Roger Federer spent just 81 minutes to clinch his first ever BNP Paribas Masters Title in an flawless style, ousting Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in straight sets, 6-1 7-6.

This title makes the 18th win at Masters Series Tournaments for Federer, currently fourth-ranked player in the world, only one victory behind Rafale Nadal record of 19 wins. In addition, it is the 69th title from 99 finals.

“I’m delighted with my performance today,” Federer, who sent a warning message to his main rivals at the ATP World Tour finals, with his brilliant play, said during the award presentation.

Federer now on holds a 12-match winning streak, winning Basel Title last week, and Davis Cup in September, when he arrives to the year-end finale in London next week.

5 Things You Should Know About Petra Kvitova


Petra Kvitova is probably the most-talked-about woman in tennis right now, after the mind-blowing breakthrough season, which ended yesterday with a historic Fed Cup win.

Paying a tribute to Czech’s super successful season, I have learnt 5 things about Petra Kvitova’ life that every tennis fan should know.

Czech Republic Wins Fed Cup in Dramatic Style

Czech Republic Fed Cup Winners 2011

The Czech Republic clinched the first Fed Cup title in 23 years on November 6th, when Lucie Hradecka and Kveta Peschke defeated Russian pairing of Maria Kirilenko and Elena Vesnina 6-4, 6-2 to secure a dramatic 3-2 win over Russian Team in the final.

It is the first title since 1988 for the Czechs, when the Czechoslovakia team defeated the Soviet Union 2-1 in the epic final.

This victory is also milestone in a hugely successful season for Petra Kvitova, who won both of her singles matches, bringing key points to her team. former top-ten player Svetlana Kuznetsova and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova managed to beat Czech No. 2 Lucie Safarova to get the final to the decisive doubles match.

Maria Sharapova pics from Istanbul

Maria Sharapova pics TAG Heuer

Although Maria Sharapova had to withdraw from WTA Championships held in Istanbul and lost her 2nd place in WTA Ranking to Petra Kvitova, she still spent some quality time there with her fiance Sasha Vujacic.

First, she took part in TAG Heuer and LPI Event in one of the most expensive and luxurious hotels in Istanbul, presenting the brand new TAG Heuer watch – Formula 1 Lady Steel and Ceramic Pavée embraced with diamonds, totaling sizzling 0.65 carats.