Found November 16, 2011 on
If you had a time machine would you want to go back and have a peek at your favorite tennis players when they were young? Well, if you would this post is for you. Check out this cute video made for the Stolkholm Open and see Novak Djokovic, Andre Agassi, Johnny Mac, Robin Soderling and many more hone their trademark skills (or outbursts) on the tennis court. Enjoy!
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A year dominated by Novak Djokovic could end with yet another record racked up by Roger Federer.
Victory at the ATP World Tour Finals beginning Sunday will give Federer a sixth title at the season-ending event, putting him one clear of Ivan Lendl and Pete Sampras.
''It's a motivation,'' Federer said Friday ahead of the tournament for the year's top eight...
Last year‘s ATP World Tour Finals finalists, Rafael Nadal and defending champion Roger Federer have been drawn in group B of the year-end event. The ATP World Tour Finals‘ draw took place on Tuesday. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 3 Andy Murray are in Group A. The 2011 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, to be held November 20-27 at The O2 in London.
The final eight players for the ATP World Tour Finals are clearly the big names in men’s tennis and have dominated all season-long. They are set to face off on November 20-27 at the O2 arena in London and fans will be treated to witnessing some of the best tennis players of any generation.
The two round-robin groups are:
Group A: Novak Djokovic (SRB), Andy Murray...
ATP World Tour Finals Gala – The world’s top men’s tennis players, including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Roger Federer, attended the official Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Gala, at Battersea Power Station in London on Thursday evening. The event, supported by Moët & Chandon, raised more than £400,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity...
This is just about perfect. Here's an advertisement for next year's Stockholm Open depicting tennis legends as young children.
My personal favorites: Young Novak Djokovic and young Arthur Ashe. And it was also interesting how young Roger Federer was unsuccessful with his Tweener. Must be that legendary Switzerland-Sweden beef.
Big racquet clap to Beyond The Baseline for the find.