Sunday, May 31, 2009


King of clay Rafael Nadal is out of Roland Garros after never losing there. Not many people expected that - probably nobody did. I though it could be a good match since Soderling beat my favorite for this years Roland Garros David Ferrer in previus round. But is still it is hard to believe that it really happened. RAFA IS OUT.

Robin Sodeling caused one of the biggest upsets in tennis world ever beating Nadal at Roland Garros in four sets 6-2, 6-7(2), 6-4. 7-6(2). Number 23 seeded Swede was able to do what many tennis player weren't - he was dominating today at the court. He had 9 aces and no double faults, he had 27 winners from 35 visit at the net. He was playing really good and took number 1 tennis player out. Tennis history changed today.

Rafael Nadal is out - it just sounds unbelivable, so is the second best tennis player on the clay this year Novak Djokovic, after his lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber 4-6,4-6,4-6 yesterday. Does that mean Roland Garros belongs to Roger Federer this year. Can he win and put all 4 Slams under his belt. I sure hope he can but we will have to wait and see if just maybe suprises are over for this years Roland Garros.

I was sad when my favorite players David Ferrer and Juan Carlos Ferrero lost, but now the two tennis players Robin Sodeling and Philipp Kohlschreiber, who defeated them also send home Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. But that is the game of tennis and tennis world that so many fans around the world love. What is next?

Friday, May 29, 2009

ORDER OF PLAY sat 30 Roland Garros

ORDER OF PLAY for sat 30:

Who will be playing at Roland Garros tomorrow? On Court Philippe Chatrier we will be able to follow number 2 seed Roger Federer and Paul-Henri Mathieu. Another french man Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will be playing on the same court against Christophe Rochus from Belgium.

On Court Suzanne Lenglen american Andy Roddick will be playing with another french tennis player Marc Gicquel. And yet another french tennis player Gael Monfils will be seen on this court too, facing Jurgen Melzer. French crowd will for sure have many weapons in the game.

Number 4 seed Novak Djokovic will be playing his 3rd round against Philipp Kohlschreiber on Court 1. Number 5 seed Juan Martin del Potro will play with Igor Andreev on court 2. Spaniard Tommy Robredo and Maximo Gonzales are scheduled on Court 7.

So there will be many good tennis matches for all the fans around the world to follow. And even though my favorite tennis players Ferrer and Ferrero lost yesterday i am still more then interested in all the upcoming matches.

TALK TENNIS Ferrer & Ferrero

I keep on writing about my two favorite tennis players David Ferrer and Juan Carlos Ferrero so this post is about them.

They both live in a beautiful VALENCIA ( ) in Spain. I love this city - I was there the for the first time (for sure not the last :)) for tennis tournament OPEN DE TENNIS COMMUNIDAD VALENCIANA.

David Ferrer was born on 2 april 1982 in Javea in Spain. His parents are Jaime and Pilar. He start playing tennis at the age 8 with his older brother Javier. He became a profesional tennis player in 2000. David Ferrer is know as a fighter on the tennis court that never stops moving and running on the court. On february 2008 he achieved his best ranking so far as a number 4 tennis player of the world. So far he won 7 atp titles: Bucarest 2002, Stuttgart 2006, Aukland 2007, Bastad 2007, Tokyo 2007, home town Valencia 2008 and Hertogenbosch 2008. He also won David Cup with Spain in 2008. I had a pleasure meeting him and he is one of the nicest tennis players out there. To his fans he is known as FERRU. His website:

Juan Carlos Ferrero was born on 12 february 1980 in Onteniente in Spain. He is a former number one tennis player. He won 2003 French Open also known as Roland Garros or clay court Grand Slam. He got his nickname MOSQUITO due to his speed and return ability on the tennis court. He also won Master Series in Rome 2001, Monte Carlo 2002 adn 2003 and Madrid 2003. He is one of a rare tennis players who have reached the quarterfinal stage of all four Grand Slam events. He was also a part of a Spain Davis Cup team that won Davis Cup in 2000. His website:

Thursday, May 28, 2009

ORDER OF PLAY fri 29 Roland Garros

ORDER OF PLAY for fri 29;

So here is day #6 already at Roland Garros. My favorite match of the day will be great David Ferrer playing with Robin Soderling on Court 1. VAMOS FERRU VAMOS! I am huge FAN of David so i have to cheer a little bit.

But there are for sure some good matches on the menu for day 6 at Roland Garros. On Court Philippe Chatrier number one seed Rafael Nadal and Lleyton Hewitt will be playing. I am hoping for a good match.

Andy Murray and Janko Tipsarevic are tennis names that also promise a cometitive match. My bet is on Tipsarevic here. Or all spanish match on Court 1 between number 8 seed Fernando Verdasco and Nicolas Almagro.

Some other matches on the menu: Nikolay Davydenko : Stanislas Wawrinka, Radek Stepanek : Marin Cilic, Victor Hanescu : Giles Simon, Fernando Verdasco : Josselin Ouanna.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Rolay Garros Day 4

Today was an exciting day of tennis: Tipsarevic, Ferrer, Verdasco, Gulbis, Wawrinka, Massu, Hewitt, and Rafa won today--don't forget Ounna beat Safin(very exciting match....I Loved it all the way to 10-8 in the 5th). I am waiting to Ferrero to play Vs Kolschreiber--I hope we get some tv coverage because this match will be killer. I am expecting another 5th set on this one. We want this win badly......vamos campeon


Order of play for thu 28:

So day 5 at Roland Garros is here already. Number 2 seed Roger Federer will be playing second on the Court Philippe Chatrier against Jose Acasuso. 'Home country' tennis player Gael Monfils will be playing his second round match on Court Philippe Chartier too.

On Court Suzanne Lenglen we will be able to follow number 4 seed Novak Djokovic in his second round match. I think we can expect a good match between argentinian Juan Monaco and french Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Number 10 seed Nikolay Davydenko will be playing at Court 1. Another french tennis player Paul-Henri Mathieu will be playing with spaniard Pablo Andujar.

Also in the action: Andy Roddick, Tommy Robredo, Jurgen Melzer, Igor Andreev, Juan Martin Del Potro and my favorite Juan Carlos Ferrero. Not because I am a huge fan of Ferrero and because he already won Roland Garros but i think this can be the match of the day. He is playing german tennis player Philipp Kohlschreiber.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009


So day 4 at Roland Garros is here. New excited matches to watch and lots of fans around the world infront of tv.

Andy Murray will start second round matches on Court Philippe Chatrier against italian tennis player Potito Starace. Number one Rafael Nadal will step on the court again. He'll be playing Teimuraz Gabashvili as the last match on the Court Suzanne Lenglen. Very popular spanish tennis player Fernando Verdasco will be playing second on court 2 against Philipp Petzschner in his seconds round.

In my opinion match between Feliciano Lopez from Spain and Janko Tipsarevic from Srbia could be one of the best matches today. And also my favorite match of the day, fourth match on court number 7, David Ferrer against Nicolas Kiefer. My fingers are as always crossed for David Ferrer - VAMOS CAMPEON!

Monday, May 25, 2009


ORDER OF PLAY for tue 26:

So tomorrow we will be able to follow Novak Djokovic on the red clay of Roland Garros. He was impressive so far on clay court tournaments this year.

I personaly am happy because Juan Carlos Ferrero will be playing too and i am a huge fan of his. His rival will be Ivan Ljubicic. So for me this will be a match of the day and i am hoping we will be able to see it on tv, but not likely since a lot of americans are playing tomorrow too. I don't mind that but i would love to see Ferrero playing and i think that could be a great match.

Some other players will be able to follow tomorrow are number 5 seed Juan Martin Del Potro, french players Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gael Monfils, Arnaud Clement and Julien Benneteau. Americans Fish and Blake will be playing also and many others.

Roland Garros Day # 2

Roland Garros day 2 was better than day one. We had some fun with Rafa in pink--we enjoyed a little of Federer. Roddick played also, but soon he will go home early--I think!

Pablo Andujar won today--and yes, we are still waiting for Ferrero.....vamos.....

I think we can agree that in slams we all look forward to the second week--but we really enjoy the matches with our favourite players. What I mean is that the second week we have a higher level of competition--higher seeds remaining and fighting for the trophy. But anyhow, it will indeed get better....


Tennis Boy

Sunday, May 24, 2009


Order of play for monday 25:
Tomorrow Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer will step on Roland Garros courts for the first time this year. Nadal will play Marcos Daniel in his first round and Federer will play with Alberto Martin. They shouldn't have any problems winning but many fans around the world want to see how they will do in their first matches at Roland Garros.

Of course there will me many other players starting their Roland Garros matches for this year too like Andy Roddick, Stanislas Wawrinka, Nikolay Davydenko, Feliciano Lopez, Igor Andreey, Tomas Berdych, Fernando Gonzales and many others.

... so all you TENNIS FANS around the world you better get ready for some good tennis

1st day at Roland Garros

Sometimes the begining can be slow, but we are glad to have started and be underway. Todays tennis was was Good in results--as far as action--I am still waiting for Ferrero....Vamos. Spain had a Good day for sure--Verdasco and ferrer both won in straight sets. Hewitt also won today. And for the rest of the players, well, I am not too much into them right now. Also "The Tennis Channel" was selective with it's matches on T.V. so, this is what I know. Enjoy......

We await day # 2


Tennis Boy

Saturday, May 23, 2009


There are many Great players' who can compete at a high level on Clay; we tennis Fans will definitely have a Feast. I have three favourite's for the 09 Final: Djokovic, Federer, and Nadal. All others can only dream at the moment. The truth is that these three are number 1, 2, and number 3 in the world. I am personally cheering for Ferrero, but the chances are extremely marginal. So, I am cheering for Federer. I trully feel Federer can win this year. He did just beat Nadal in Madrid to claim theMaster's title. I don't see any surprizes on this one. I am simply going to enjoy these next two weeks. We will have some long, long point's and extraordinay shot making for sure. This is the surface where a player must construct, orchestrate, and create his opportunities to triumph. I simply Love tennis! Enjoy it aswell!

It's a Tennis World

Tennis Boy

Friday, May 22, 2009





Nadal, Rafael ESP
Federer, Roger SUI
Djokovic, Novak SRB
Murray, Andy GBR
Del Potro, Juan Martin ARG
Roddick, Andy USA
Simon, Gilles FRA
Verdasco, Fernando ESP
Davydenko, Nikolay RUS
Monfils, Gael FRA
Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried FRA
Ferrer, David ESP
Gonzalez, Fernando CHI
Robredo, Tommy ESP
Nalbandian, David ARG
Wawrinka, Stanislas SUI
Blake, James USA
Cilic, Marin CRO
Stepanek, Radek CZE
Almagro, Nicolas ESP
Safin, Marat RUS
Andreev, Igor RUS
Gasquet, Richard FRA
Soderling, Robin SWE
Berdych, Tomas CZE
Karlovic, Ivo CRO
Tursunov, Dmitry RUS
Fish, Mardy USA
Schuettler, Rainer GER
Kiefer, Nicolas GER
Melzer, Jurgen AUT
Lopez, Feliciano ESP
Ancic, Mario CRO
Kohlschreiber, Philipp GER
Hanescu, Victor ROU
Montanes, Albert ESP
Kunitsyn, Igor RUS
Troicki, Viktor SRB
Mathieu, Paul-Henri FRA
Seppi, Andreas ITA
Bolelli, Simone ITA
Gulbis, Ernests LAT
Chardy, Jeremy FRA
Serra, Florent FRA
Querrey, Sam USA
Acasuso, Jose ARG
Benneteau, Julien FRA
Gicquel, Marc FRA
Vassallo Arguello, Martin ARG
Nieminen, Jarkko FIN
Moya, Carlos ESP
Santoro, Fabrice FRA
Schwank, Eduardo ARG
Granollers, Marcel ESP
Chela, Juan Ignacio ARG
Lu, Yen-Hsun TPE
Tipsarevic, Janko SRB
Hewitt, Lleyton AUS
Clement, Arnaud FRA
Sela, Dudi ISR
Monaco, Juan ARG
Devilder, Nicolas FRA
Rochus, Christophe BEL
Hernych, Jan CZE
Bellucci, Thomaz BRA
Hernandez, Oscar ESP
Ljubicic, Ivan CRO
Reynolds, Bobby USA
Ginepri, Robby USA
Gabashvili, Teimuraz RUS
Phau, Bjorn GER
Gil, Frederico POR
Korolev, Evgeny RUS
Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo ESP
Petzschner, Philipp GER
Ferrero, Juan Carlos ESP
Youzhny, Mikhail RUS
Odesnik, Wayne USA
Gonzalez, Maximo ARG
Zverev, Mischa GER
Junqueira, Diego ARG
Haas, Tommy GER
Kendrick, Robert USA
Calleri, Agustin ARG
Gimeno-Traver, Daniel ESP
Muller, Gilles LUX
Llodra, Michael FRA
Massu, Nicolas CHI
Capdeville, Paul CHI
Beck, Andreas GER
Andujar, Pablo ESP
Starace, Potito ITA
Vliegen, Kristof BEL
Gremelmayr, Denis GER
Nishikori, Kei JPN
Minar, Ivo CZE
Martin, Alberto ESP
Navarro, Ivan ESP
Lapentti, Nicolas ECU
Roitman, Sergio ARG
Istomin, Denis UZB
Baghdatis, Marcos CYP
Darcis, Steve BEL
Koellerer, Daniel AUT
(WC) Gaudio, Gaston ARG
(WC) Isner, John USA (USTA)
(WC) Mannarino, Adrian FRA
(WC) Ouanna, Josselin FRA
(WC) Recouderc, Laurent FRA
(WC) Rufin, Guillaume FRA
(WC) Sidorenko, Alexandre FRA
(WC) Tomic, Bernard AUS (TA)

Thursday, May 21, 2009


Who will win this year at Roland Garros?

It is only 2 days left and this year Roland Garros will start and all the tennis lovers are asking themself: Can Nadal do it again? Or will it be Federer this year? Maybe Djokovic? Or somebody else?
Me as a fan of Juan Carlos Ferrero and David Ferrer would of course want to see them win but as long as matches are good as they can be on clay many tennis fans around the world will be smiling!

Who do you think will win?


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