March 16, 2020

Despite all tennis events being cancelled or postponed until further notice due to coronavirus, Rafael Nadal has won the French Open again, extending his own record for most victories at the same slam to 13.

The ATP and WTA announced earlier this month that all men's and women's professional tennis tournaments would be postponed due to fears surrounding the spread of coronavirus, which has since been declared a pandemic by the...

March 14, 2020

With almost every major sport being cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus fears, men everywhere are being forced to go shopping with their wives this weekend, it has emerged.

The deadly virus sweeping the globe has put a halt to most major sporting events for the next few weeks, including the Premier League, the ATP tennis tour, the NBA, Formula One races, all PGA Tour golf events and so on.

With no sports to watch, stuck fo...

March 13, 2020

With practically all your favourite sports cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus, we have prepared an essential list of conversation topics for you to employ the next time you see a friend, family member or acquaintance.

So, coronavirus has taken away your lifeblood, the reason you get up in a morning, the spark that keeps you going through this dreary existence we call life: sport. You have nothing to watch, you're not int...

March 9, 2020

All professional tennis events on the ATP tour and WTA tour have been cancelled until Roger Federer returns from knee surgery, it has emerged.

In a joint press release, the Association of Tennis Professionals and the Women's Tennis Association announced that all professional tennis events have been cancelled until Swiss star Roger Federer feels ready to return after undergoing serious knee surgery back in February.

After le...

January 13, 2020

Do you have the slightest idea who you're f*cking with, Greta Thunberg?

By Roger Federer

So there I am, preparing to win my seventh Australian Open title (yes, seventh, meaning I've won six already), and one of my servants tells me some 17-year-old girl from Sweden called me out, asking if I 'support' Credit Suisse after her babysitter showed her some tree-huggers protesting about fossil fuels.

The simple answer is this: no,...

November 22, 2019

BOXING legend Floyd Mayweather Jr has confirmed he will come out of retirement in 2020 to fight tennis star Roger Federer in a three round exhibition at UFC 248 next March.

Mayweather, 42, announced on Instagram earlier this week that he would return to fighting in 2020, after first posting a photo of him and UFC President Dana White sitting courtside at the Clippers/Celtics game, claiming the pair were working on a 'spect...

November 13, 2019

RUSSIAN tennis player Daniil Medvedev is in a stable condition following a serious choking incident, doctors have confirmed.

The world number 4 and 2019 US Open finalist was facing a familiar foe in Rafael Nadal at this year's ATP (Association of Tennis Players) World Tour Finals at the O2 in London, and was playing the outstanding level of tennis that has seen him lift two Masters 1000 titles this year.

He was comfortably winni...

October 11, 2019

TENNIS star Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from his wedding with Maria Francisca Perelló due to a knee injury, it has emerged.

Once again, an injury has caused Nadal to pull out of a significant event, but this time it isn't Wimbledon; it's his own wedding.

The 19-time slam champion was due to marry his longtime sweetheart "Xisca" on his home island of Mallorca this month, but sources say the Spaniard's knee tendoniti...

September 4, 2019

Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov was arrested this evening after reports surfaced that he savagely beat a defenseless old man named Roger Federer.

The player reportedly set upon his aged victim in the Flushing Meadows area of New York City, subjecting him to a torrent of vicious abuse that lasted over three hours.

​Thousands of people have come forward  claiming they witnessed the alleged attack.

"He had no shame...

August 28, 2019

2019 Citi Open champion Nick Kyrgios has been fined by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) for looking at umpire James Keothavong in an 'unprofessional manner'.

Tennis' undisputed king of controversy, Kyrgios has once again found himself in trouble with the ATP for shooting the umpire a 'funny look' during his first round match against American Steve 'Super Mario' Johnson.

Kyrgios and the ATP have a love-hate relations...

Please reload


Please reload

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • YouTube Social  Icon
RSS Feed
RSS Feed

Copyright © 2020 The Sport Rag Ltd. All rights reserved.