Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Rafael Nadal And Tennis Tickets

Rafael "Rafa" Nadal Parera is a Spanish professional tennis player and a earlier World No. 1. As of 24 October 2011, he is ranked No. 2 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). He is widely stared as one of the supreme players of all time. his achievement on clay has earned him the nickname "The King of Clay", and has provoked many professionals to considerd him as the best clay court player of all time.

Nadal has won ten Grand Slam singles Tennis titles, including six French Open titles, the 2008 Olympic Tennis gold medal in singles, a record 19 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments, and also was part of the Spain Davis Cup team that won the finals in 2004, 2008, 2009 and 2011. He completed the career Grand Slam by winning the 2010 US Open, being the seventh player in history, and the youngest in the open era, to achieve it. He is the second male player to complete the Career Golden Slam (winner of the four grand slams and the Olympic Gold medal) after only Andre Agassi.

Rafael Nadal was born in Manacor, Majorca, Spain to Sebastián Nadal, a businessman who owns an insurance company, a glass and window company, Vidres Mallorca, and manages his own restaurant, Sa Punta. His mother is Ana María Parera, a housewife. He has a younger sister named María Isabel.

Rafael Nadal Tennis Season
At age eight, Nadal won an under-12 regional tennis championship at a time when he was also a promising football player. When Nadal was 12, he won the Spanish and European tennis titles in his age group and was playing tennis and football all the time. When he was 14, the Spanish tennis federation requested that he leave Majorca and move to Barcelona to continue his tennis training. At 18, he helped pace Spain over the US in the junior Davis Cup in his second, and final, appearance on the ITF junior circuit. At 19, Nadal won the French Open the first time he played it, a feat not accomplished in Paris for more than 20 years.

2002–2004 Rafael Nadal Tennis season
In April 2002, at 15 years and 10 months, the world No. 762 Nadal won his first ATP match, defeating Ramón Delgado, and became the ninth player in the open era to do so before the age of 16. The following year, Nadal won two Challenger titles and finished the year in the top 50. The following year, Nadal won two Challenger titles and finished the year in the top 50. At his Wimbledon debut in 2003, Nadal became the youngest man to reach the third round since Boris Becker in 1984. During 2004, Nadal played his first match against world No. 1 Roger Federer at the 2004 Miami Masters, and won in straight sets. He is one of the six players that defeated Federer that year (along with Tim Henman, Albert Costa, Gustavo Kuerten, Dominik Hrbatý, and Tomáš Berdych).

2005–2007 Rafael Nadal Tennis season
Nadal started his North American summer hard-court season by defeating Agassi in the final of the 2005 Canada Masters, but lost in the first round of the 2005 Cincinnati Masters. Nadal was seeded second at the 2005 US Open, where he was upset in the third round by World No. 49 James Blake in four sets. Nadal started the year by playing in six hard-court tournaments. He lost in the semifinals and first round of his first two tournaments and then lost in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open to eventual runner-up Fernando González. After another quarterfinal loss at the Dubai Tennis Championships, he won the 2007 Indian Wells Masters, before Novak Djoković defeated him in the quarterfinals of the 2007 Miami Masters.
2008–2009 Rafael Nadal Tennis season
Nadal's first official ATP tour event for the year was the 250 series Qatar ExxonMobil Open in Doha. After his first-round match with Fabrice Santoro, Nadal was awarded the 2008 ATP World Tour Champion trophy. At the 2009 Australian Open, Nadal won his first five Tennis matches without dropping a set, before defeating compatriot Fernando Verdasco in the semifinals in the longest match in Australian Open history at 5 hours and 14 minutes. At the 2009 Indian Wells Masters, Nadal won his thirteenth Masters 1000 series tournament. In the fourth round, Nadal saved five match points, before defeating David Nalbandian for the first time.
By beating Lleyton Hewitt in the third round of 2009 French Open, Nadal (2005–09 French Open) set a record of 31 consecutive wins at Roland Garros, beating the previous record of 28 by Björn Borg (1978–81 French Open). Nadal had won 32 consecutive Tennis sets at Roland Garros (since winning the last 2 sets at the 2007 French Open final against Federer), the second-longest winning streak in the tournament's history behind Björn Borg's record of 41 consecutive sets.

2010 Rafael Nadal Tennis season
Nadal then entered the 2010 Mutua Madrileña Madrid Open Tennis , where he had finished runner-up the previous year. Being one of the top eight seeds, he received a bye in the first round. In the second round, he defeated qualifier Oleksandr Dolgopolov Jr in Tennis straight sets. He then played the six-foot-nine-inch American John Isner. At the 2010 US Open, Nadal was the top seed for the second time in three years. He defeated Teymuraz Gabashvili, Denis Istomin, Gilles Simon, number 23 seed Feliciano López, number 8 seed Fernando Verdasco, and number 12 seed Mikhail Youzhny all without dropping a set, to reach his first US Open final, becoming only the eighth man in the Open Era to reach the final of all four majors, and at age 24 the second youngest ever to do so, behind only Jim Courier.

2011 Rafael Nadal Tennis season
On 7 February 2011, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Nadal won the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year for the first time, ahead of footballer Lionel Messi, Sebastian Vettel, Spain's Andres Iniesta, Lakers basketball player Kobe Bryant, and Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao. In March, Nadal helped Spain defeat Belgium in a 2011 Davis Cup World Group first-round tie on hard indoor courts in the Spiroudome in Charleroi, Belgium. At the 2011 US Open Tennis , Nadal defeated Andrey Golubev in straight sets and advanced to the third round after Frenchman Nicholas Mahut retired. After defeating David Nalbandian on September 4, Nadal collapsed in his post-match press conference due to severe cramps.

Rafael Nadal at Olympics
At the 2008 Beijing Olympics Tennis , Nadal defeated Novak Djoković of Serbia in the semifinals 6–4, 1–6, 6–4 and Fernando González of Chile in the final to win his first Olympic gold medal. Nadal became the first male player ranked in the top five to win the gold medal.2012 Olympic Tennis competitions will be held from 28 July - 5 August 2012 at Wimbledon, London Olympic Games. Tennis fans can get their Olympic Tennis Tickets from sport ticket Exchange at inexpensive price. Sport ticket Exchange is a fast and secure source for buying and selling sport tickets especially Olympic Tickets.

Thursday, 3 November 2011

Tennis Information and Tickets

Tennis Introduction
Tennis is also called lawn tennis. Tennis has become a frequently played sport both efficiently and on recreational courts worldwide. In 1873 Tennis has been made-up by the British army officer Major Walter Clapton Wing field. 
Tennis is one of the most popular, famous and modern game played throughout the world and it is a game played on a court with a racket and a ball. Tennis can be played as indoors sport or Outdoors sport. When it is played as indoor game then two players (as in singles) can participate and when it is played as outdoor game then four players (as in doubles) can participate in this game. Some tennis equipments are required for tennis sport which are including Tennis Racket, Tennis Shoes, Tennis Balls, Tennis Nets, Tennis Net Posts and Tennis Strings.
Tennis Court
Tennis is played on a rectangular court and Tennis courts are separated by a net which apparent with two sets of lines. The length of court is 78 feet and width of boundaries is 27 feet for a singles game and the width of boundaries is 36 feet apart for doubles game. Tennis ball is made up by rubber which is covered with fabric wool and the diameter of ball is 2.5 to 2.6 inches. Tennis rackets have different shape and size but in maximum tournaments the maximum width is 12.5 inches and length is 29 inches. The mostly rackets are made of wood but current rackets are now made of stronger and lighter materials such as aluminum, graphite, and carbon fiber.
Tennis Rules
The rules for scoring are the same in singles and doubles games. Unless it results in a tie, a tennis game is played to four points. The first point is called "15," the second "30," the third, "40," and the fourth point is called "game." Zero points is called "love" and a tie at 40 is called "deuce." The game must be won by two points, so after a tie play continues until one player leads by two points. In a tennis game, the score of the server is always given first, such as "30-love."
Tennis at Olympic Games
The first tennis tournament was held in 1877. . Tennis tournaments are usually categorized on the basis of gender and number of players. There is often a mixed doubles competition held, in which one male and one female player teams up and match is played between two pairs.Tennis sport was included the Summer Olympic Games in 1896 and it was lasted until Summer Olympic Games 1924 but it was again become is regular part of Olympic schedule after Seoul 1988 Olympic Games. 
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