Roger Federer completed a stellar 2014 by capturing his first Davis Cup title for Switzerland on Sunday. Federer clinched the victory by easily dismissing Richard Gasquet from France in straight sets.
Welcome to Tennis Elbow, the column that looks back on the week that was in the world of tennis. This week, Charles Blouin-Gascon recaps the 2014 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.
We discuss the final event of the year and look back at the tremendous level of play from Novak Djokovic and the last minute withdrawal of Roger Federer. We also discuss the lack of competition from the rest of the field at the O2 Arena and what lies ahead for 2015.
Welcome to Tennis Elbow, the column that looks back on the week that was in the world of tennis. This week, Charles Blouin-Gascon previews the final event of the season.
With the top eight now set for the London Finals, we look forward to the final show-piece event of the year as well as wrap up the event that took place in Paris. Some clutch play by the likes of Andy Murray, Tomas Berdych and Milos Raonic simply stole the show.
In my latest article for Tennis Canada, I discuss the Crazy Eight in London at the O2 Arena. Here’s an excerpt from the article: ” The absence of Rafa Nadal in London... [Read more]
World Group – Final FRANCE 1, SWITZERLAND 3 Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille, France (Indoor, Clay) S. Wawrinka (SUI) d. J. Tsonga (FRA) 61 36 63 62 G. Monfils (FRA) d. R. Federer... [Read more]