How to Train Like a Pro Tennis Player – Novak Djokovic Edition
Loved seeing Djokovic back on the court the last couple of weeks. His work ethic, talent, and hunger to compete on the court clearly paid off with victories in Tel Aviv and Astana.
5 Ways Roger Federer Reinvented Tennis
Warning: video includes brilliant shot-making.
- Sneak attack by Roger (SABR)
- Fake forehand drop shot
- The no-look shot
- Backhand slice disguise
- The tweener
Alcaraz and Nadal Set to Take Top 2 ATP Rankings
Spaniards Carlos Alcaraz and Rafael Nadal will make history when they become the top two ranked players in the world on Monday. This marks the first time two Spaniards sit atop the ATP rankings. You have to go back to the Sampras and Agassi days in 2000 for the last time two players from the same country claimed #1 and #2 in the rankings.
Could get used to this…#vamos! https://t.co/cTeRuoVGOE— Bored Monk Tennis Club (@BoredMonkTennis) September 30, 2022
It’s great to see Carlitos and Rafa together at the top!
Federer on His Exit and Holding Nadal’s Hand: ‘It’s Maybe a Secret Thank You’ – The New York Times
In an interview, Roger Federer opens up about the emotions of his goodbye at the Laver Cup and about the future of men’s tennis. “Nobody needs to play like me, by the way,” he said.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2022/09/27/sports/tennis/roger-federer-retired.html
Federer Talks About Life After Tennis
Roger Federer said farewell to competitive tennis this past weekend in London. Sports columnist @jasongay sat down with the Swiss legend to talk about his and Rafael Nadal’s shared tears, the chance of TV commentating, coaching…and pickleball. https://t.co/o7ExSYu3vw— Bored Monk Tennis Club (@BoredMonkTennis) September 26, 2022
Roger Federer Announces Retirement from Tennis
The 41-year-old winner of 20 major titles underwent knee surgery last year. Along with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, he dominated the men’s game as part of its Big Three.
— Read more on www.wsj.com/articles/roger-federer-retirement-nadal-djokovic-most-grand-slams-11663243010
Carlos Alcaraz is the Future of Tennis
Been singing Alcaraz’s praises all year. Not surprised he made it to the top so quickly. Incredible talent and must-see tv.
Bored Monk Tennis Club
Welcome to the Bored Monk Tennis Club. Legend has it that centuries ago some bored French monks started smacking a little ball around to entertain themselves. Before long, the beautiful sport of tennis emerged, sweeping across the world and banishing boredom for all who fell under its magical spell.
Bored Monk Tennis Club honors the heritage of these ancient tennis pioneers by serving up tips, tools, and wisdom to inspire modern-day devotees to the glory and art of tennis.