2 results for 'Michelle White'
With the inaugural Grand Slam of 2014 starting on January 13 it is worth evaluating what these results, or lack of them, may signify.
At the very pinnacle of the rankings, all seems well with world number one Rafael Nadal who has progressed through the early rounds at Doha. Any worries that fans felt at the Spaniard going to three sets against Tobias Kamke in round two have been assuaged by an improved performance when facing Ernests Gulbis in the following round. Nadal typically requires a run of matches in order to hit his stride and acknowledged the tough match against Kamke was useful:... (more)
Michelle White from Livetennis.org reviews 3 of the most significant highlights from the 2013 US Open.
1. Rafael Nadal has the chance to become the greatest of all time: Undisputedly! Nadal is already up there after his astonishing sequence of French Open victories but after winning his second US Open title, he moved into third on the all-time list of Grand Slam titles with 13 crowns, just one behind Pete Sampras. Most importantly he’s now a mere four behind Roger Federer and with the Swiss struggling to get past (or even get to) the quarter-final stage these days, it would suggest that... (more)
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