At Wimbledon, there has been a tradition over the years that the men and women's champion take to the dance floor together and have a dance at the Champions' dinner. Usually, these are behind-the-doors and secretive affairs but in this day and age of social media, the times are changing.
The organizers of Wimbledon have now released a video showcasing the dance between the two champions of 2018, Novak Djokovic and Angelique Kerber. Djokovic is at his usual goofy self while Kerber is much more reserved, but both seem to be having a jolly good time.
Rafael Nadal without a doubt is King of Clay. Whenever French Open is talked about first thing that comes to anyone's mind is that surely Rafael Nadal will win it. Over the years, only Robin Soderling and Novak Djokovic have managed to beat him on clay.
He has French Open 10 out of 12 times in his career and surely he is the favourite this year as well. Let's have a look at some tennis stars that can give him run for the money at upcoming Roland Garros.
Following Rafael Nadal's shock defeat against Dominic Thiem at the Madrid Masters where he lost in straight sets, Roger Federer has become the World No.1 again overtaking his arch-nemesis in the ATP rankings. Federer returns to the pinnacle of global tennis despite not playing a single match on the clay this season which will extend all the way to him skipping the French Open Grand Slam tournament at Roland Garros in Paris. Nadal will still continue to be the frontrunner for the rest of the clay-court season and is the odds-on favourite to clinch his 11th French Open crown.
Novak Djokovic's 2017 season was plagued with multiple injury issues, however, there is no denying the fact that the Serbians remains one of the best tennis players there has ever been. While his aggressive style of play coupled with a strong backhand - which is considered as one of the best in today's game - remains his well known quantity, there are some facts that his fans are still unaware of. Let's dive into it then.