Mats Wilander

  • Mats’ Point: One on one with Djokovic

    Seven-times Grand Slam champion turned Eurosport pundit Mats Wilander speaks
    one on one with tennis man of the moment Novak Djokovic.

    He discovers why
    the Serb required a 'mental edge' to his game in order to triumph regularly
    over Rafael Nadal and hears how Djokovic relies on his movement and fitness to
    defeat opponents on clay.

    Also below we have Mats' Point videos featuring:

    - Nadal mania in Madrid

    - Carlos Moya describing Nadal when a promising kid

    - Julia Goerges introduces herself

    - expert advice on
    two key aspects of serving

    Mats meet Djokovic

    Nadal mania

    Moya on Nadal

    Meet Julia

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  • It’ll be tough for Djokovic

    Ahead of the Madrid Masters, Mats Wilander popped into the
    Eurosport office in Spain to explain:

    - why he thinks world number one Rafael Nadal is the best player in
    history on clay

    - why Novak Djokovic will struggle to maintain his unbeaten run now
    that the ATP Tour has moved to the European clay

    - and to talk about his work in the USA where he travels around in his Winnebago,
    stopping only to help people with their tennis game

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  • Djokovic has matured

    Every night at the end of play at Roland Garros, Eurosport's
    resident expert and seven-times Grand Slam winner Mats Wilander will take an
    in-depth look at one of the stars of the day.

    Today, the Swede takes a look at Novak Djokovic and tries to
    explain why the Serb is so much improved in 2011.

    Wilander believes that Djokovic's increased maturity can be credited
    for the Serb's hot streak this season that now reads 38 wins, 0 loses.

    And with strengths on both sides, and "the best return in the game",
    Wilander also believes that it is difficult to see who can stop the current
    world number two in

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  • Game, set and Mats: Super Stosur

    Every
    night at the end of play at Roland Garros, Eurosport's resident expert and seven-times
    Grand Slam winner will take an in-depth look at one of the stars of the day.

    Tonight,
    the Swede runs the rule over Australian star Sam Stosur, a player who surprised
    the field by making it to the final of the French Open last year.

    Wilander
    is not surprised that Stosur did so well last year, crediting her with a big
    forehand that is loaded with spin.

    And
    with her big serve, Wilander is convinced that the Aussie can go on to land a
    Grand Slam title.

    Watch the
    video:

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  • Mats’ Point: One on one with Schiavone

    Mats Wilander talks to 2010 French Open champion Francesca Schiavone in the latest edition of 'Mats Point'.

    The Italian world number five talks about how her life has changed since winning at Roland Garros and her hopes for this year's event.

    Also in this edition of Mats Point:

    - Mats explains why he is still backing Rafael Nadal to win the French Open

    - Rafael Nadal's agent Carlos Costa explains how he met the world number one

    - Andre Agassi explains how his educational foundation helps children from his native Las Vegas avoid the mistakes he made as a youth

    - How the contenders for the

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  • Mats’ Point: One on one with Wozniacki

    Mats Wilander is back, and this week world number one Caroline Wozniacki gets the 'one on one' treatment from the seven-times Grand Slam champion turned Eurosport pundit.

    Danish ace Wozniacki answers that Grand Slam question, as well as revealing the importance of adapting her game for the claycourt season.

    Also below we have Mats' Point videos featuring:

    - a grudge match between Mats and his friend and former rival, Ivan Lendl

    - a demonstration of the finer arts of sliding

    - a discussion between Mats and Lendl to determine the greatest claycourt player of all time

    Mats meets Wozniacki

    Mats

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  • Mats’ Point: Wilander on Wheels

    Mats Wilander was a superb tennis player and is also a dab hand at punditry on Eurosport - but his involvement in the sport does not end there.

    In between tournaments he travels around the US of A in his Winnebago, disembarking only to assist people with their game.

    In the topmost video below we see 'Wilander on Wheels' in action - improving people's swing at one of his tennis clinics.

    Also below we have Mats' Point videos featuring:

    - the funniest moments from the WTA Tour

    - Rafael Nadal's season-to-date in brief

    - a chat with Juergen Melzer about tournament draws

    - a message of support for

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  • Mats Wilander comes online

    Swedish tennis legend Mats Wilander is one of the greatest players ever to pick up a racquet.

    The seven-times Grand Slam champion rose to the very top of the game in the late 1980s, and has now become one of tennis's pithiest commentators.

    Edgy, opinionated and never less than brutally honest, Wilander exclusively offers Eurosport the benefit of his frankly brilliant chat.

    Come back soon for Mats' video interview with Argentine star Juan Martin del Potro.

     

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  • Mats meets Juan Martin Del Potro

    In the first of his 'one on one' interviews with some
    of the top stars of world tennis, Eurosport's Mats Wilander speaks to Argentine
    Juan Martin Del Potro.

    The 2009 US Open champion tells Mats how he thought he
    might never recover from a persistent wrist injury.

    Del Potro also told the Swedish tennis legend that he
    considers winning at Wimbledon to be his primary ambition.

    The Argentine believes he still has a lot he can
    improve on with his game, and that learning to serve-volley will be the key to
    prevailing at SW19.

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