Rafael Nadal – King of New York


Everyone was amazed as the King of New York – Rafael Nadal overpowered Novak Djokovic to be the victor of the US Open for the second time with 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. Even if he is playing with the top player in the world of tennis and that player is doing the whole thing right in the court, he will shock you with his power of hitting the tennis ball and return it effortlessly. Having thirteen glam slam titles, will you be of the same opinion that he is without a doubt the greatest male tennis player of all time?

He took seven months to rest because of his knee injury, and who would have thought that it was his way to success and that he will improved and play better than ever. Nadal also mentioned in an interview that he had to be almost perfect to win the game – “It means a lot for me have this trophy with me today. It’s just amazing. I’m very, very happy, and I just say thank you very much to everybody who helped me to make that possible. It’s a really special moment for me.”

Strategy wise, he really fiddles with his performance as well as his movements to strike the ace. Some call him Leonardo da Vinci of Tennis or Albert Einstein of tennis nevertheless Nadal is a great thinker and he really knows how to play his game.

Congrats Rafa!

Federer and his secret to achievement


Much loved and 32 year old seventeen time victor Roger Federer finally shares his secret to his success in Tennis world. Kids adore him and a lot of his fans waits for his updates as well as never fail to witness his match. Beyond doubt he is a role model to one and all but what is his real secret and what encourage him? At US Open, he stated that for the most part, you have to give your 100% shot in every competition. You should prepare yourself physically and mentally.

“The love for the game needs to be there.  If you’re going to go through the grind of organization, of traveling, and going through practice and doing media and all that stuff, you need to have passion,” Roger Federer is here to enjoy the contest and give remarkable moves for his fans as he knows how many chances he has to play in a prime stadium. With a victory over Slovenian Grega Zemlja on Arthur Ashe and will face Spain’s Tommy Robredo in the round of 16, win or lose what really matter to him is he love what he is doing and where is he right now.