Stefanos survives a resurgent Rublev but isn’t out of danger just yet…

Stefanos Tsitsipas has kept his chances of qualifying for the semi-finals of the ATP Finals alive but only just. The defending champion was in cruise control but a slip in concentration welcomed back Rublev to the match and it got very tense in the latter stages. Early on in the match it was all about... Continue Reading →

Smooth, Brutal & Delightful, Dominic Thiem continues to set the standard in London

It does not get much better than that. The level of tennis from Dominic Thiem to beat Rafael Nadal was superb and tactical perfection as the Austrian won 7-6 7-6. Dominic Thiem has adapted his game tremendously well since the start of last year to become equally effective on hard courts as he is on... Continue Reading →

ATP Finals: Day 2

Now that everyone has played once it is a good indicator on who has performed and who needs to perform and soon. The great thing about this format as it quickly turns into must win for players and two who did win on Day 2 were Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev Djokovic and Daniil Dominate!... Continue Reading →

ATP Finals: Day 1

The first day of the final year in London at the O2 Arena was full of world class tennis seeing the best in singles and doubles kick off their final event of the year at the ATP Finals. Koolhof & Metkic defeat Krawietz & Mies The day began with a tense doubles match as the... Continue Reading →

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