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Wimbledon 2018 – Is Serena Williams still the best?

Presented by BARILLA: who can stop her? Halep, Pliskova last top 10 left

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Ubaldo Scanagatta and Steve Flink Debate Who Is The Most Selfish: Roland Garros, Nadal or Federer?

Chief Editor Ubaldo Scanagatta catches up with Hall of Famer Steve Flink about tennis during the coronavirus emergency

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Federer giving his teammate Nadal some tips during a match at Laver Cup

Roland Garros unilaterally decided to move its tournament to September; what about Wimbledon? The ATP ranking has been frozen and Novak Djokovic will remain n.1 until at least June: should these weeks count in his records? Which tournament will replace Bercy’s Masters 1000?

 

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Podcast Special: Maria Sharapova’s Debatable Legacy And Federer’s Comeback Chances

Renowned tennis journalist Steve Flink from The Tennis Channel joins Ubitennis to provide expert analysis two of the biggest stories to rock the world of tennis in recent weeks.

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Maria Sharapova - US Open 2018 (foto @Sport Vision, Chryslène Caillaud)

Was Maria Sharapova a better player than Justine Henin? Is Roger Federer’s dominance in the sport finally over? In a special podcast Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta teams up with Steve Flink to look back on Sharapova’s career and what could be left of Federer’s.

 

The past week has seen one of the most popular figures in women’s tennis hang up her racket for good. Five-time grand slam champion Sharapova has retired from tennis at the age of 32 with immediate effect. Bringing an end to a highly successful career that was marred by a 15-month doping ban and her business-like mindset in the locker rooms. The question is how much greater could Sharapova’s career have been if it wasn’t for the Williams sisters?

Meanwhile, the men’s tour are also dealing with a notable absence, but in a different format. Roger Federer is out of action until at least June after undergoing surgery on his right knee. Making it only the second time in his record-breaking career that he has undergone the knife. Scanagatta and Flink look at what could be next for the 38-year-old Swiss Maestro and his chances of staging another triumphant comeback on the grass later this year.

 

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(VIDEO) Australian Open Day 14: Novak Djokovic Proves He Is Invincible

Ben Rothenberg from The New York Times joins Ubitennis to reflect on the men’s final at Melbourne Park.

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Novak Djokovic has extended his record as the most decorated male singles players in Australian Open history. The Serbian outlasted Dominic Thiem in five sets to claim his eighth title in Melbourne and 17th at a grand slam overall. The triumph has also guaranteed his return world world No.1 on Monday.

 

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