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Watch Novak Djokovic Celebrate Winning A Match He Hadn’t Won Yet

During Wimbledon Monday, Novak Djokovic thought he'd won a spirited match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in straight sets. But as he headed up to the net to kiss opponent Jo-Wilfried Tsonga goodbye/start celebrating, Tsonga was less than ready to give up: Djokovic's winning point had actually been called out. » 6/30/14 5:23pm 6/30/14 5:23pm

Boris Becker Has A Custom Boris Becker Phone Cover

This is an image from Wimbledon today of Novak Djokovic's coach, Boris Becker, snapping a photo with an iPhone encased in what appears to be a cute picture of Boris Becker and his family. It's basically the photographic equivalent of the following sentence, which appeared in a press release not long ago: "Becker… » 6/23/14 4:47pm 6/23/14 4:47pm

Double Fault! A Recent History Of Tennis's Most Humiliating Finish

Rafael Nadal won his ninth French Open Sunday, and he did it in the most unbecoming way possible. The decisive moment was a double fault from Novak Djokovic, provoking an awkward "fall to your knees in euphoria after winning a point literally anyone with a pulse could have won themselves" celebration. » 6/09/14 1:51pm 6/09/14 1:51pm

Here's What Led Rafa Nadal To His Second U.S. Open Title

The Rafa Nadal-Novak Djokovic men's final tonight was an endless highlight reel. We showed you that 54-shot rally earlier but let's show you another fantastic rally in what was an incredibly high quality tennis match. Djokovic grabbed the second set 6-3 and it looked like he had just enough headwind to take the third.… » 9/09/13 9:52pm 9/09/13 9:52pm

Here's That Insane 54-Shot Rally In The Djokovic-Nadal U.S. Open Final

Last year's final had a 54-shot rally too. This one's better. It energized the wildest U.S. Open men's final crowd Arthur Ashe has hosted in some time, and gave Djokovic his first break of the match. He'd take the second set 6-3, and he's currently up a break in the third in what's shaping up to be a truly fantastic… » 9/09/13 7:16pm 9/09/13 7:16pm

Here's Why You're Going To Miss The Djokovic-Nadal Semi Tomorrow

Well, tomorrow is the big day! Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal. The semifinal that's effectively the French Final. The 7-time French champion versus the guy who has won every Grand Slam except this one. Tennis's most exciting rivalry. It has everything, except now you will miss most or all of it. » 6/06/13 11:47am 6/06/13 11:47am

Tommy Haas Became The Oldest Guy To Beat A No. 1 In 30 Years

Something weird happened last night. Tommy Haas, a week shy of his 35th birthday and a guy who hasn't made it past the third round of a Grand Slam in four years, defeated Novak Djokovic in Miami's Sony Open in straight sets. At 34, he was the oldest guy to beat a no. 1 ranked player since 1973. Haas last beat a no. 1… » 3/27/13 10:40am 3/27/13 10:40am