Friday in Stuttgart

On Friday in Stuttgart eight became four, some intriguing match-ups including firsts for some and missed opportunities for others unfolded in Germany. Missed opportunity for Jabeur as Badosa becomes No.2 It was one of those matches where the better player lost in my opinion, that is no disrespect to Paula Badosa but Ons Jabeur was... Continue Reading →

Match Point from Doha, Dubai & Acapulco

A week that Denis Shapovalov needed despite ending in defeat Denis Shapovalov should definitely look back on his week in Dubai and be content with it, I do think it was a week of tennis the Canadian needed, there does seem to be a bit of a hangover continuing to brew following his time in... Continue Reading →

Match Point in Guadalajara

At the start of the year we didn't know if we would have a WTA Finals or where it would be. A late announcement for Guadalajara saw the top players in women's tennis race for a spot at the season ending finale and it was a total success of a tournament with an awesome atmosphere,... Continue Reading →

Even though it was mathematical possibility, a place in Guadalajara seemed unlikely for Anett Kontaveit but she defied the odds to become the first semi-finalist at the 2021 WTA Finals

If you would have told me in September that Anett Kontaveit would be in the semi-finals of the WTA Finals I would've thought we were in an alternative world. Absolutely no disrespect to the 25 year at all but admiration for what she has done. She has defined the phrase 'turning your season around'. Anett... Continue Reading →

Australian Open Day 8

A new week but the same goal, the last set of players were out at Melbourne Park looking to make the quarter finals of the first major of the year but who made it? Simona Halep 6-4 6-4 Elise Mertens Simona Halep was the first up on Day 8 and delivered in just over 90... Continue Reading →

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