from Left field:

Zivojinovic: Novak’s greatest weapon is his mind

September 26, 2014

SThe Davis Cup, where the pride of playing for the country is the overriding sentiment, has done different things to different players.

from India Insight:

Indian tennis players “lack killer instinct”: Bogdan Obradovic

September 15, 2014

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from India Insight:

Davis Cup: India scripts phenomenal comeback

September 14, 2014

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from India Insight:

Davis Cup: Serbia showcases the art of winning

September 13, 2014

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from India Insight:

Davis Cup: the mind games that teams play

September 10, 2014

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from India Insight:

Tendulkar exits, Anand slips during emotional 2013

December 27, 2013

Sachin Tendulkar bid a teary-eyed farewell to cricket while contemporary Viswanathan Anand lost his world chess crown in an emotional year for Indians in sports.

from Photographers' Blog:

50,000 images, 250 matches, 2 weeks, 1 champion

February 5, 2013

Melbourne, Australia

By Rob Dawson

Yummy, Fried Egg and Scrambled Eggs

Now that your appetites are whet I am going to disappoint you. This isn't a blog about food.

from Photographers' Blog:

18 hour days at the Olympics

August 3, 2012

By Dominic Ebenbichler

The alarm clock was set for 7.15am. After a short breakfast with my colleague Damir Sagolj I took the bus to Wimbledon, a journey of about 1.5 hours.

from Photographers' Blog:

Roger and out: Wimbledon 2012

July 11, 2012

By Toby Melville

After two weeks of rainy, cold and windy tennis, somehow kept on schedule courtesy of early starts, late finishes and a much used Centre Court roof, the traditional tournament highlight of the Men’s Singles Final took place on Sunday.

from Left field:

Miami courts too slow – Rusedski

April 3, 2012

By Greg Rusedski

All the talk at the Miami Masters Series was again about the top four and if Roger Federer would be able to continue his amazing run. Miami is a tough event to win immediately after Indian Wells due to its slower conditions, heavy humidity and at times; strong winds.