Perfection Personified, Carlos Alcaraz glided across the Arthur Ashe court with his poetic but brutal tennis culminating in a phenomenal victory

There are performances in tennis when you have to sit back, watch, applaud and say that was 'too good'. There aren't better places to put on these performances than on Arthur Ashe down at Flushing Meadows and Carlos Alcaraz did exactly that on Friday. If there was ever a performance to announce yourself on one... Continue Reading →

Roland Garros 2021: The opening week

Sinner escapes a tricky Herbert! For the first time in his career the young Italian, Jannik Sinner has won a best of five set match in tough conditions out on Court Suzanne Lenglen against Frenchman Pierre Hugues Herbert. It was a wonderful start from Sinner who was ruthless in the opening set and almost bageled... Continue Reading →

Doha and Dubai to Melbourne

Australian Open qualifying is now complete, kick off at Melbourne Park is for the first Grand Slam of the year is about a month away but we know who will make up the draw having come through qualifying but on a different continent. So, who stole the headlines? Carlos Alcaraz to debut in Melbourne There... Continue Reading →

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