Novak Djokovic stretched his lead over Rafael Nadal at the top of the ATP rankings on Monday, after the Spaniard's failed bid to win a 12th Monte Carlo Masters title.
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Hiya Darth! 😊
I'm afraid it's gonna take Nick that long to come to his senses but either way, I'll still be patient and supportive cause I see a great person buried deep inside afraid to come out. Not sure why. Plus he really is a very talented player. When he's playing good he's damn great! Just give him time. I'll probably get slammed for this but I don't care. 😁😉
vscholz66il y a 24 minutes
Auguri Fabio! Buon merito finalmente!
vscholz66il y a 41 minutes
If he continues playing like the way he did in past 2 months he ll lose the ranking by the end of the year... Lots of points to defend after clay season
vismaiil y a 43 minutes
All sports need good health
vanvinhaaail y a 7 heures
Wtf..i wanted belarus in the finals
alihasan khanil y a 9 heures
There are actually some similarities between Fabio Fognini and Nick Kyrgios in terms of behavior and talent. Both can blow hot and cold;both can play some outstanding tennis, to such an extent that they are able to beat top-ranked players;both are able to play go-for-broke type tennis, with nothing to lose. But both can be guilty of some unpleasant on-court behavior, like arguing with the chair umpire, so both can hot-headed. So, to some, they can be seen as tennis bad boys, but are supremely talented, and I definitely like them both. I don't approve of unsavory antics on the court, like smashing rackets and arguing with the chair umpire though. It would be refreshing to see new faces win at the grand slams, not just on the Masters 1000 tournaments.