Archive for the 'Queens' Category
June 12th, 2010
USA Takes Over England, Fish v. Querrey Reach Queen’s Final
Sam Querrey and Mardy Fish lead the American attack in England.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 2:08 pm in Queens | Comments Off
June 11th, 2010
Nadal, Murray Upset in Queens; Federer Having His Way in Halle
Roger Federer advanced in Halle while Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray were upset in Queen’s.
Posted by Staff @ 10:25 pm in Grass season, Halle, Queens | 73 Comments »
June 10th, 2010
Roddick, Djokovic Tumble on the Queen’s Turf, Nadal Survives; Federer on Falla in Halle
Some big guns fired blanks today at Queen’s Club.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 7:05 pm in Halle, Queens, Wimbledon | 215 Comments »
June 9th, 2010
Clay Court Carry Over – Will Recent History Trump Older Trends at Wimbledon 2010?
French Open results have not typically indicated likely Wimbledon success.
Posted by Dan Martin @ 11:24 pm in Clay Season, French Open, Grass season, Halle, Queens, Wimbledon | 95 Comments »
June 9th, 2010
Nadal, Djokovic Advance at Queens; Murray v. Fish Thursday
Rafael Nadal made a successful transition from the clay to the grass with a first round win today in Queen’s.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 6:40 pm in Halle, Queens | 76 Comments »
June 13th, 2009
Roddick Rolls Right Ankle, Blake v. Murray in Queens; Haas Reaches Halle Final
Wimbledon favorite Andy Roddick turned his right ankle forcing his withdrawal from his semifinal match Saturday against James Blake at Queens.
Posted by Staff @ 11:18 am in Halle, Injuries, Queens, Wimbledon | 131 Comments »
June 7th, 2009
Murray, Roddick, Hewitt Star at ATP Queen’s
Top 10ers Andy Murray, Andy Roddick, Gilles Simon and Gael Monfils headline the Aegon Championships this week at the Queen’s Club, where the four-time champ Roddick takes the favorites position after the withdrawal of defending champion Rafael Nadal.
Posted by Staff @ 9:07 pm in Grass season, Queens, Tennis | 104 Comments »
July 4th, 2008
A Match 1 Year in the Making
Nadal is not facing a radically depleted or wounded Roger Federer in the final. Federer won all 10 sets he played in picking up his 5th Halle title. Marcos Baghdatis and Nichols Kiefer stand out as solid wins in the quick transition from clay to grass. The Fed has also posted straight set wins over Robin Soderling, 2002 Wimbledon Champion Lleyton Hewitt, 2004 Wimbledon semifinalist Mario Ancic, and the enigmatic talent of Marat Safin. Nadal made a similarly quick and impressive transition from clay to grass, but he did so with the wind of victory at his back not the sting of humiliation. Federer has looked sharp at Halle and at Wimbledon.
Posted by Dan Martin @ 10:05 pm in French Open, Grass season, Halle, Hamburg, No. 1 ranking, Queens, Wimbledon | 58 Comments »
June 15th, 2008
No Denying Nadal, Not Even on a Grass Court
Rafael Nadal is getting scary good.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 12:45 pm in Grass season, Queens | 125 Comments »
June 12th, 2008
Federer Eyes Return to Winning Ways on the Grass
With the clay season behind us – don’t tell Nikolay Davydenko that, though – time to shift focus to grass.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 3:07 pm in Grass season, Halle, Queens | 208 Comments »
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