Match Point 40

I realize my love for Tennis when I was a teen. That time, I simply enjoyed watching it in TV even if I wasn’t familiar with its rules, strokes and scores.

Wimbledon Centre Court with a RoofThe first matches I saw in TV featured Pete Sampras and Venus Williams. They were so popular. Sampras was well-liked by everyone. I could still remember the 2000 Olympics – and Venus Williams upset Elena Dementieva.

Today, it’s all different story, folks. Tennis becomes my addiction. It’s already in my blood and soul. My ordinary day is incomplete without visiting these websites: ATP and WTA.

Even at work, I can’t help myself but still watch match highlights in YouTube. Thank God, I wasn’t fired for feeding my addiction! Who I root for? It’s pretty obvious. Their names appear in this page multiple times.


Ana Ivanovic, Rafael Nadal & Novak Djokovic: Their Playing Styles

Tennis Lessons with Novak Djokovic

Tennis Strategy: What’s your playing style?

Tennis and the Serve

Rackets of the Pros

Bests of Tennis Strokes in History

Courts & Surfaces: Which Side Are You In?

Health Benefits of Playing Tennis

Who’s the Real GOAT? Pete Sampras or Roger Federer

Tennis: The Reason Why ADIDAS Rocks

Book Review: Andre Agassi’s OPEN

Ana Ivanovic: OVERTRAINED?


IPTL 2015: The Unfinished Business

Thank you, IPTL

Congratulations Aces!

IPTL Manila Leg Starts 28 November 2014 at MOA

Novak Djokovic, Ana Ivanovic: Fantastic End in 2012!

Novak Djokovic: Rogers Cup 2012 Champion

Novak Djokovic: The Flag Bearer of Serbia

French Open 2012: Chasing History

Novak Djokovic: Sweet Revenge in Miami

Novak Djokovic – The 2012 Australian Open Champion

Ana Ivanovic: Immaculate Finish at 2011 Tournament of Champions

Novak Djokovic: US Open 2011 Champion then Down & Seriously Injured After

Can Novak Djokovic Win Rogers Cup 2011?

Novak Djokovic: The 2011 Wimbledon Champion

French Open 2011: Streak Ends for Novak Djokovic!

Unstoppable Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic: Streaking & Making History

Novak Djokovic: The King of Hardcourt

Jeson Patrombon: A Filipino in Tennis Pro?

She Makes Me Tired Just by Staring

Three in A Row for Novak Djokovic!

Novak Djokovic Wins Australian Open 2011: What A Happy Slam This Is!

The Hopman Cup 2011: Serbians Fall, Americans Win

Ana Ivanovic: The Commonwealth Tournament Champion

Two Weeks of AJDE TENNIS!

US Open 2010: The Boombastic Ending

US OPEN 2010: Pick Your Bets!

Ana Ivanovic: I Unconditionally Love You

Wimbledon 2010: The Unexpected

Wimbledon 2010: Venus’ Heartbreaking Loss

Tennis History in Wimbledon 2010

Wimbledon 2010: Who Will Win?

An Ana-tomy of Ivanovic’s Stuggles

French Open 2010: A Slam of Unpredictability

Who’ll Win French Open 2010?

Ana Ivanovic: Rebirth in Rome

Almost Wins For Ana Ivanovic

Rafael Nadal Wins Monte Carlo (sixth in a row)

Novak Djokovic Defends His Dubai Title

Venus Wins in Dubai; Congrats Sam Querrey

Looking Back: Ana Ivanovic and Novak Djokovic

Fernando Verdasco Makes History

Roger Federer, Serena Williams: Champions of Australian Open 2010

Ana Ivanovic: Second Round Exit in AO 2010

Australian Open 2010: Who will win?

Kooyong Exhibition 2010: Surprising Loss for Nole


Impressive Start For Ana Ivanovic in 2010

Year-End Wins For Serena and Kolya

Novak Djokovic Wins Paris Masters 2009

Novak Djokovic: 2009 Davidoff Swiss Indoors Champion

Novak Djokovic: 2009 China Open Champion

Justine Henin is Back

US OPEN 2009: Memorable Wins for Clijsters and Del Potro

Nole “The Djoker” Imitates John McEnroe

Emotional Ivanovic, Ousted US Open 2009 First Round

The German to Watch

Who Wins US Open 2009

The Girl I Want to Kiss Before I Die

Robin Soderling Wins Catella Swedish Open 2009

Wimbledon 2009: Success for Fed and Serena

Nole fell to Haas Again

Wimbledon 2009: Hard Hitting Cilic and Querrey!

Ivanovic, Verdasco Ousted in Wimbledon 2009

Ana Ivanovic vs Venus Williams in the 4th Round at Wimbledon

It’s Wimbledon Time!

Roland Garros 2009: Upsets and Unexpected

Rough Times for Rafa in Madrid

Ana Ivanovic’s Pursuit of Happiness

Ana Ivanovic: Time to Get Tired of Losing

Undefeatable Nadal in Rome

Verdasco and his QF Curse

She’s Back in Clay!

McEnroe & Nadal

High Five for Nadal!

Fantastic QF Clash in Monte Carlo

Remembering the Rivalries

Crack Chances for Djokovic

Three Meets Four in Miami. This is exciting!

Nole Outlasted Tsonga in Miami

America’s Next Best Thing

Remembering the Mighty Ana in Indian Wells

Ivanovic’s Early Exit at Miami

Impressive Start for Ivanovic in Miami

Windy Loss For Ana Ivanovic

Novak Djokovic @ Wot News

Ana Ivanovic @ Wot News

What C-Note has to say about Ana Ivanovic

Ana Ivanovic in Indian Wells Finals for two consecutive years

Upsets & Wins in Indian Wells

Ana Ivanovic: She’s in my DREAMS

#SURVIVORDEAN on Novak Djokovic

#SURVIVORDEAN on Ana Ivanovic

Photos Courtesy of: E-Architect

3 thoughts on “Match Point 40

  1. I never liked tennis even before. My sisters used to play it back when we were in high school and they were so drowned to it then. Some of the tennis players I could remember is Monica Seles, Pete Sampras and the Williams. Are they still playing? For sure the Williams are. My friend is so in to tennis, everything he does, he associates with tennis. Sometimes I just laugh about it. Since I don’t have anything to do for this year, I’l try to watch some of his favorite players and see if they are as good as he says they are.. lol


  2. Pete Sampras and Monica Seles are retired. Sampras is still playing some exhibitions for his charity and the last time I saw him play was in Indian Wells last year. He and Federer had a controversial match against Agassi and Nadal. As for Seles, I don’t have any news about her. All I know is Seles has inspired Ana Ivanovic to become the professional tennis player as she is now.

    The Williams Sisters are still active but they are regularly injured. Serena Williams is the defending champion in Australian Open but she can’t defend her title due to foot injury. For now, I don’t have any updates on Venus Williams’ knees. She has not played a tournament after her semifinal three-set loss to Kim Clijsters in 2010 US Open. I miss Venus. She’s the first tennis pro who replied in my tweet and hopefully, I want to see her defend her quarterfinal points in Melbourne.

    I know that friend of yours. Does the name of your friend Dean? Does he look like Novak Djokovic?


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