Passionate about tennis since he discovered the grace of Stefan Edberg's serve-and-volley game in the late 1980s, French and Toulousian Cédric Rouquette quickly understood that his pen had a much better chance of allowing him to be part of the tennis world than his forehand would. Reporter at L'Equipe (2000-2010), editor-in-chief of Eurosport online (2010-2014), he has been the director of the Tennis Majors project since 2020. It is, in a way, a homecoming after having spent six years in the service of the editorial projects of others, at CFJ Paris, at the W School, at the Creafeed agency and in the production company Scrine. He's also known as a great indie pop lover and specialist.
April 29, 2021
Exclusive – Cervara on Medvedev: “He knows he can win any event, but not yet on clay”
The time the Russian had to take off due to a positive Covid-19...
April 7, 2021
Lopez vs. Alcaraz in Marbella: 21-year age difference is almost a record
The upcoming Andalucia Open match between Feliciano Lopez, soon to be 40, and...
April 6, 2021
Setting records at his young age, Sinner is promised a brilliant future
Perhaps a victim of the weight of expectations, Jannik Sinner was beaten in...
April 4, 2021
Hubert Hurkacz wins Miami Open against Jannik Sinner
Hubert Hurkacz defeated Jannik Sinner (7-6, 6-4) in the 2021 Miami final and...
March 28, 2021
‘One last shot’ for Roger Federer as he returns to action
In an interview with the men's monthly magazine Numéro, Roger Federer states, more...
March 25, 2021
How ATP calculates and explains the drastic drop in the prize money of the best players
A recent ATP study shows how severely its tournament business model has been...
March 25, 2021
Pospisil apologises for blowing fuse in Miami over ATP politics, but bad blood remains
Canada's Vasek Pospisil blew a fuse on Wednesday in Miami, as he ranted...
March 25, 2021
Isner targets ‘the system’ of the ATP more than the prize money
John Isner admits that the decrease of prize money at the 2021 Miami...
March 14, 2021
Aravane Rezaï – back to competition in April?
Canal Plus tells us that France's Aravane Rezaï, 34 this Sunday, could return...
March 6, 2021
FFT aiming for Roland-Garros on normal dates with as many spectators as possible
Recently appointed general manager of the French Tennis Federation, Amélie Oudéa Castéra has...
March 5, 2021
Alexei Popyrin exclusive interview: “I believe I can win Grand Slam titles”
In an exclusive interview with Tennis Majors, the 21-year-old Australian explains how it...
February 20, 2021
“Daniil doubted that he could be Top 30,” recounts coach Gilles Cervara
In a podcast to be published by French Tennis Magazine on Sunday, Daniil...
February 14, 2021
What we know about Novak Djokovic’s injury (and his chances of victory at the Australian Open)
Novak Djokovic didn’t want to share the result of his MRI, Sunday, after...
February 12, 2021
Melbourne’s five-day lockdown leaves “players on edge”
Though the Australian Open will continue behind closed doors, the news that Melbourne...
February 4, 2021
Fragile confidence that Australian Open will go ahead: What we know
Craig Tiley, the director of Tennis Australia and Tournament Director of the Australian...
January 19, 2021
COVID-19 at the Australian Open: Azarenka calls for quarantined players to calm down
In an open letter on social media, Victoria Azarenka called for her fellow...
January 17, 2021
Three planes infected with the coronavirus, 72 players in lockdown: Melbourne’s nerves on edge
The revelation of the presence of four people who tested positive on three...
January 2, 2021
Official! Australian Open in February: Updated 2021 ATP and WTA calendar
Uncertainty abounds as 2021 begins but things look a little clearer after the...
December 20, 2020
Federer will test his knee in Dubai
Roger Federer confirms he will train in Dubai with an eye on participating...
December 17, 2020
Here is the calendar for January, February and (probably) March
The ATP announced on Thursday that its 2021 Tour will begin in Delray...
December 4, 2020
2021 ATP/WTA calendar: All options still on the table, from best-case to worst-case scenarios
Tennis Majors surveyed tournament organisers on professional tours in 2021. Only a tiny...