Match Point from the ATP Cup

The ATP Cup has come into some criticism over the course of the last couple of weeks some fair and some unfair, since New Years Eve players from 16 countries have been competing to lift the trophy in Sydney. Tsitsipas' bizarre start to 2022... Stefanos is a nice guy and a team player but it... Continue Reading →

A strong team display sees Great Britain defeat Germany to begin their ATP Cup campaign

As Sunday mornings go it could not have gone better for Team GB in their opening ATP Cup match against Germany. Three ties which included two singles and one doubles saw the Brits win 2-1 against a German side led by Sascha Zverev. Dan Evans 6-1 6-2 Jan Lennard Struff A big result to begin... Continue Reading →

2021 saw Denis Shapovalov star at Wimbledon but the Canadian hit 74 more double faults in 12 less matches than his 2019 season. What will new coach Jamie Delgado bring to his game which suddenly feels at a crossroad?

2022 feels like it could be a big year for Denis Shapovalov but it is also one he potentially comes into at a bit of a crossroads. In terms of progress the Canadian shone on his way to the final four at Wimbledon, an exit which hurt having played at such a high level against... Continue Reading →

Alex de Minaur leads the Australian line at the ATP Cup fresh of his title in Antalya but will be hoping to make a lot of noise at the Australian Open

One of the great things about the Australian summer of tennis is the opportunity to see Australian players play in front of a passionate crowd. From his heroics in Brisbane in 2018 to his battle with Nadal on Rod Laver and his incredible efforts in last years ATP Cup he brings passion, excitement and fantastic... Continue Reading →

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