Some of the best tennis arenas around the world

Posted on June 6th, 2017

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Almost all the tennis courts consist of marvelous designs and beautiful picturesque. It’s difficult to make comparisons and list out few courts. Even if you are not a professional tennis player you would love the beauty around the tennis courts. Some of the most breathtaking courts have been listed below:

Court Philippe Chatrier, Roland Garros

Built in the year 1928 this court has been named after the former chief of French Tennis Federation. It has been the home for the French Open title for many decades. It has witnessed some of the best competition over the years. There are four main spectator stands in this venue that have been named after four legends from France. It has a seating capacity of 15,000 people and at present the legendary tennis player Rafael Nadal considers it to be his second home.

Centre Court, All England Club

This is one of the oldest tennis stadiums in the world. It is a dream for every tennis player to play in this court once in his lifetime. It is the home to one of the most talked about Championships i.e. Wimbledon. This arena has gone through many changes over the years and at present, it has retractable grass that can easily absorb water and this helps in getting rid of delays caused due to rain.

Indian Wells Tennis Garden, Indian Wells

It hosts the fifth largest championship in the world that is known as Indian Wells Masters. Situated in California, USA this ground has been hosting the Indian Wells Masters since the year 2000. The name of the championship was changed from Indian Wells Masters to BNP Paribas Open. It has a seating capacity of 16,100 and this arena is known to be one of the most beautiful courts around the world.

Leonardo Mayer won the Challenger Guayquil Title last night

Posted on November 14th, 2012

Leonardo Mayer, the Argentine tennis player, won the Challenger Guayaquil title, last night, in Ecuador by defeating Italy’s Paolo Lorenzi. Mayer played the final match brilliantly to snatch the title.

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Mayer Defeated By Guillaume Rufin in The Semi-Final Of Villa Allende Challenger

Posted on November 5th, 2012

French tennis player Guillaume Rufin strongly dominated over the high ranked tennis proficient Leonardo Mayer in the semi final round of the 2012 Copa Agco Cordoba. Rufin amalgamated his win with 6-4, 6-1 at Villa Allende in Argentina in just 1 hr 22 minutes on Saturday evening.

Leonardo Mayer to play at the Tennis Academy of Ines

Posted on October 13th, 2012

The tennis star Leonardo Mayer is expected to be the best one for Agco Challenger Cup. The tournament is scheduled to be held on Saturday at the Tennis Academy of Cordoba. This news was officially revealed this afternoon by the organizers of the tournament.

Wimbledon 2010 – Leonardo Mayer to Face Gael Monfils Today

Posted on June 21st, 2010

Leonardo Mayer will face Gael Monfils on June 21 in the Wimbledon 2010. The Wimbledon Men’s First Round match will take place on Court 5. Gael Monfils of France, the 21 seeded, will battle the non seeded Mayer of Argentina.

Leonardo Mayer is the favorite of Grand Slam and Gael Monfils must be meeting a tough challenge in today’s match.

The match between Leonardo Mayer and Gael Monfils will start sharp at 12:00 local English time in Court 5.

Gael Monfils is ranked second highest player in the French tennis and he is presently ranked as No. 20 in the world ATP tour ranking.

Leonardo Mayer became world No. 51 this year on June 7 in singles career and as doubles he was world No. 121 on July 23, 2007. Mayer began playing tennis when he was just nine years old.

At 2009 French Open Mayer qualified for the first time in Grand Slam. He defeated 15th seed James Blake in the first round in straight sets. However, in the second round he lost to Tommy Haas in 5 sets.

In 2008 he had won the Challenger singles title beating Sergio Roitman, but he again lost in 3 other finals.

Jurgen Melzer Defeats Leonardo Mayer

Posted on October 8th, 2009

Jurgen Melzer of Austria defeated Leonardo Mayer in straight sets , 7-6(4) 6-3, in Tokyo, Japan .

Tennis is a game of much skill and specialised playing techniques. At this level, players are highly experienced and demonstrate exceptional talent. However, this does not always guarantee their success. This match was a particularly tight encounter: Melzer served extremely well and with his swinging lefty serve it was always going to be difficult to break him.

Mayer was unable to convert 3 break point opportunities in the match and it proved the difference, Mayer saved 6/7 break points but the one Melzer took was enough to win him the match.

Although this was a disappointing result for Mayer, he played well and gave a credible performance throughout the match. The great thing about watching players of this standard is that, even when they aren’t doing so well, you can always count on the fans to show their support. Mayer’s fans were certainly enjoying themselves throughout this match, joining in with the action like they were playing bingo games watching their favourite band play live. You could see that they were always having fun, and encouraging they Mayer throughout. No doubt they’ll be looking forward to seeing a return to his success during his next game.

Mischa moves Mayer

Posted on September 30th, 2009

After a tight ,thrilling three set match Mayer was finally ousted by Zverev. Mayer at times looked extremely flustered and although portrayed his talent, sometimes made basic errors. He’s always improve and is young  so we’re expecting big things from the Argentinian. Final Score 5-7 6-3 6-3.

Mayer in main draw for Thai Open

Posted on September 26th, 2009

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Leonardo Mayer has a decent draw and has a chance to do well at the Thai Open 2009. His first round opponent is Mischa Zverev (who seems to  have lost his last 8 matches in a row). Leo also won there last meeting in Montreal in straight sets.

Will keep you posted.

Zverev has struggled with his form recently.

Mayer looks to improve season form

Posted on September 25th, 2009

After a disappointing loss against Radek Stephanek. Leonardo Mayer looks to improve his season in the next coming weeks. We’ll keep you posted.