WTA week of the Czechs – N°1

Photo credit : @Petra_Kvitova

Photo credit : @Petra_Kvitova

Hello! 🙂 As for Germans, I will try to give a regular update on the WTA Czech players latest results and performances on the tour. I won’t do it every week of the year, but will try to do it every time there will be important tournaments with several Czechs implied 🙂 I hope you will enjoy it, and of course, let me know if you don’t find it useful or have any suggestion to make it better! 🙂 Pojd!!

As in my previous post about the Germans I think it could be good to have a look on the Czech girls’ results after one week at the Australian Open. As always there is some good surprises, some deceptions, and some expected things…

Photo credit : @KaPliskova

Photo credit : @KaPliskova

The positive points : Obviously the first big plus for the Czechs is Barbora Strycova, the only Czech who reached the 4th round of the Australian Open this year. She started with a good win over Caroline Garcia and caused the sensation in the 3rd round with her straight sets win over Garbine Muguruza, the world number 3. Now there is another big challenge who awaits Barbora Strycova as she will face Read more…

WTA week of the Germans – N°1

Photo credit : @PorscheTennis

Photo credit : @PorscheTennis

Hello! 🙂 I’m really happy to say that from today I will start a new section on my blog. As you can see it will be called “WTA week of the Germans” and the goal will be to give a regular update on the WTA Germans players latest results and performances on the tour. I won’t do it every week of the year, but will try to do it every time there will be important tournaments with several Germans implied 🙂 I hope you will enjoy it, and of course, let me know if you don’t find it useful or have any suggestion to make it better! 🙂 Auf geht’s!!

And to start this section I think it could be good to have a look on the German girls’ results after one week at the Australian Open. As always there is some good surprises, some deceptions, and some expected things…

Photo credit : @angeliquekerber

Photo credit : @angeliquekerber

The positive points : Two big plus for the Germans are obviously the week of Laura Siegemund and Anna-Lena Friedsam! After a semi-final in Shenzhen, Friedsam reached the 4th round of a Grand Slam for the first time of her young career and beat Roberta Vinci, finalist of the last US Open and also gave a really hard time to Agnieszka Radwanskain her 4th round. The German Read more…

Roger Federer 2016 schedule analysis

Crédit photo : @Tennisandco

Crédit photo : @Tennisandco

Few days ago, Roger Federer has announced his preliminary schedule for the 2016 ATP season. Federer, who won six titles in 2015, scheduled to play in 16 events next year, and the big surprise is… there is no clay tournament except Roland Garros! A first for the Swiss who seems to want to maximize his chances in tournaments in which he believes he has a realistic shot of winning. Let’s have a closer look this this tentative schedule of Roger Federer… (Version Française à la suite)

As the past two years, Federer will start his season in Brisbane before he goes to Melbourne for the first Grand Slam of the season, the Australian Open. Globally, there is nothing special to notice in the Swiss Maestro’s schedule until Indian Wells, except the fact he will add Rotterdam back to his schedule, like he did in 2012, another Olympic year, after a seven years absence… After that Federer has planned to skip Miami, which is not really a big surprise if you consider he has skipped this tournament two of the past three years (2013 and 2015). And then Read more/Lire la suite