2022

  1. Rafa4LifeEver

    Pick one - The best ATP match of the year 2022

    Ladies and gentlemen, the year is almost on the verge of ending, so let's take a recap at some of the best 3 set matches of this season. This was a pretty wild year, and we got some of the most incredibly fought battles, some crazy nailbiter 3 setters. Following is the list of some, which in...
  2. Zardoz7/12

    I want Nadal to finish 2022 World Number 1

    Why? Because I fear that his time on court is nearing it's end, I want to see him at the top one more time like Federer was in 2018 at Rotterdam. Whatever physical or even motivational issues Nadal is dealing with be sure that the Italian crowds in Turin will support him every step of the way...
  3. UnforcedTerror

    BOMBSHELL: In normal circumstances, Djokovic needed only 600 points from the AUS Open, Indian Wells, Miami, Montreal, Cincy and US Open to be No. 1!

    Djokovic would have 6,320 points in normal circumstances while Alcaraz at #1 with 6,920 pts. So only 600 points were needed for Djokovic from the 10,000 points of the 6 premiere hardcourt tournaments which he was denied to participate in. o_O That's only one final in one of the four masters or...
  4. Tiki-Taka

    Who do you want to win his first Slam this week?

    Vote in the poll.
  5. Rafa4LifeEver

    Federer - Magic is the Oxygen of my soul

    41 of his 150 thousands magical moments, this man really made tennis look like a beautiful piece of art. As they say, life starts at 40, so you may have a new beginning at 40 & surprise us all once again with your magic wand Happy birthday ol' Rog. My heartiest congratulations & wishes to...
  6. Adv. Edberg

    “The weakest Wimbledon we've seen” - BBC commentator 2022

    During Kyrgios - Tsitsipas, while they were closing the roof, one of the commentators (pretty sure it was John Lloyd) said: "Without being disrespectful, it really is the weakest Wimbledon we've seen since I can remember" Commentators usually always talk about how tennis has never been better...
  7. pedro94

    What happens now that Kyrgios can't use his usual excuse anymore...

    Nick can't use his usual "if I cared enough I'd win much more" bulls**t, after the way he celebrated after beating Tsitsipas yesterday. Judging by his celebration he clearly cares, so which fresh new excuse will the AussieClown use when he looses very soon (likely next round)? Vote and...
  8. UnforcedTerror

    All threats in Nadal's path to Wimbledon final are officially out (a la the AO)

    In the AO, Bull fans were complaining about his draw. He was supposed to play the following players in different rounds but didn't play any R2: Kokk R4: Hurkacz QF: Zverev SF: Djokovic Now in Wimbledon, the same thing happens again, all threats in Bull's path to the final went home even before...
  9. UnforcedTerror

    Tennis fans watching Miami Masters QF..

  10. eman11

    Did Alcaraz beat Nadal in their practice match/set?

    At Indian Wells (2022) it seems like they might've played a practice set/match and the final point is won by Alcaraz. I know it is not that important, but obviously nobody (especially not Nadal) wants to be beat ever, even if it's a practice set/match. Was anyone there who can say if they did...
  11. Aabye5

    Outside of the quarterfinalists...

    who impressed you most at the AO this year (2022)? - Kecmanovic had an amazing run to the 4th round, taking advantage of his draw. - De Minaur went down quickly to Sinner, but look sharp to get there. Plenty of others on the men's and women's side.
  12. D

    The Djokovic Situation: Unanswered Question on Strategy for Participation and Potential Achievement?

    There are clearly many other threads on the current Djokovic situation, so my apologies for starting another. I've searched through them as best I can, but could not determine if the following has been discussed (my apologies if it has). Amidst all the debate, I personally think it's reasonable...
  13. Aabye5

    Anyone for tennis?

    Excluding all things Djokovic-vaccines-AustralianGovernment....what is one thing you are look forward to in the world of tennis? For me, it's Molcan v. Ruusuvuori. Neither player is ranked very high, but both played some great tennis in 2021.
  14. M

    2022 we need more all-around-court rackets

    Something like solid older frames with modern two-handed backhand playstyle like novaks, I mean not with an extended lenght.( 27.25 inch ) but they need to put a racket that plays like and all around courter that is better than the 360+ speeds, Ive tried them but they are too much plusher and...
  15. D

    How many Slams will Zverev win in 2022?

    Sascha is 24. Will be 25 before 2022 French Open. At this stage of his career he's clearly behind Nadal and Djokovic, but it could change soon. His BO5 record against Top10 opponents is embarrassingly poor. 0-11 01 2016 AO R128: #2 Murray 0-3 [1-6 2-6 3-6] 02 2016 WIM R32: #9 Berdych 1-3 [3-6...
  16. Aabye5

    Ten questions for 2022

    In 2022: 1. Who will win the most titles? 2. Who wins their first Masters 1000? 3. Will we see at least one Slam final between Medvedev and Zverev? 4. Will Cam Norrie win a second M1000? 5. Can Aslan Karatsev repeat after his breakthrough year? 6. Will Andrey Rublev be higher ranked than Jannik...
  17. Aabye5

    2022 Predictions - Ten Questions

    In 2022: 1. Who will win the most titles? 2. Who wins their first Masters 1000? 3. Will we see at least one Slam final between Medvedev and Zverev? 4. Will Cam Norrie win a second M1000? 5. Can Aslan Karatsev repeat after his breakthrough year? 6. Will Andrey Rublev be higher ranked than Jannik...
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