Simply outrageous, Carlos Alcaraz shines in rain delayed week in Barcelona to claim his 3rd title of the season

I don't think I've seen a teenager this good. It's crazy what Carlos Alcaraz is doing on a tennis court right now. He turns 19 in May and has won ATP 500 in Rio, Masters 1000 in Miami and now the ATP 500 event in Barcelona. The level of tennis he produces is outrageous. The... Continue Reading →

6-4 5-7 6-2, Carlos Alcaraz takes out Stefanos Tsitsipas in thrilling battle of brilliance and a slight blip in the middle

An actioned packed day meant the match we anticipated in Barcelona was a late night showing. As the sun set around 9pm we finally got to see Stefanos Tsitsipas and Carlos Alcaraz come out on Pista Rafael Nadal for their quarter final battle. The sun quickly went in and day became night but there wasn't... Continue Reading →

20 wins from 21, Rafael Nadal’s start to the season was exceptional but now faces a race to be fit for the clay court season with a rib injury forcing the Spaniard out for six weeks

At the age of 35 Rafael Nadal has endured an exceptional start to his season, in fact it was his best ever start to a season. 21 matches, 20 wins and three titles in Melbourne, Australian Open, Acapulco and runner-up at Indian Wells losing to Taylor Fritz. It was a final in the dessert which... Continue Reading →

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