Maria Sakkari: Great to hear Roger Federer speaking up for lower-ranked players

Greece’s Maria Sakkari says that she is grateful to Roger Federer for speaking up for the lower-ranked players on the tour, in a column for Metro UK. The 24 year old Greek player says, “That’s why it was great to hear Roger Federer speaking up…

Here’s an Incredible Serving Stat Where Roger Federer leads Over Ivo Karlovic

Roger Federer may not have the biggest serve in tennis but the Swiss legend comes ahead when it comes to holding serve while serving with new balls on hard courts in the past five years. According to a study by Infosys ATP Insights, Federer has…

The Art of Tennis: Roger Federer will quit when his ranking starts to slide

The Art of Tennis: Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, not Novak Djokovic, is the most special rivalry in tennis In the latest of a series of extracts from his book The Art of Tennis II, Dominic Stevenson explains why he believes Rafael Nadal and Roger…

Roger Federer will reportedly become the first billionaire in tennis in 2020

Roger Federer could join the exclusive sportsperson’s billionaire club by the end of the year. There are currently only three men in the club; Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, and Floyd Mayweather. Federer’s prize money earned through tournament success in tennis, together with his valuable sponsorships…

Roger Federer ‘could easily stay home’ as he opens up on retirement thoughts

“He’s got the forehand, the backhand, the serve, the volley, he has pretty much everything. “With Nick we know it’s elsewhere – it’s his mind – how much can he do, does he want to do?” And what about Alex De Minaur, who is the…

How Roger Federer Uses New Balls To His Advantage On Hard Courts | ATP Tour | Tennis

New balls, please… With the Australian Open on the horizon, an Infosys ATP Insights deep dive of serve performance with new balls over the past five seasons uncovers how players take advantage of the fresh, faster balls on hard, grass and clay courts. Serving With…

Federer blasts lack of communication

#MELBOURNE Roger Federer demanded better communication about air quality at the Australian Open Saturday after smoke from bushfires hit the tournament’s build-up, as officials announced new guidelines on pollution. Federer, the 20-time Grand Slam champion, said a lack of information made matters worse for players…

Sakkari: There are many negative people in life but I won’t let them get me down

As part of our series with the Women’s Tennis Association, the world’s top players will write for Metro.co.uk on a rotational basis during each major tournament. For the first Grand Slam of 2020, Greece’s Maria Sakkari gives an insight into the negative aspects of life…