Six players to watch at Indian Wells

Cameron Norrie 🇬🇧 The Brit is in very good form this season and it is just a matter of time before he becomes the British No.1 on the ATP Tour over-taking Dan Evans who he beat in San Diego as well as a 6-3 6-1 win over Denis Shapovalov. In the recent run-up to the... Continue Reading →

Six players fighting for two spaces, who will be heading to the ATP Finals in Turin?

Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas have all qualified for the season finale debuting in Turin this year. Alex Zverev is almost over the line but who joins them? This leaves four spaces up for grabs, there won't be a Dominic Thiem, Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer which means it will open up for... Continue Reading →

After a hat-trick of clay court titles, attention turns to hard courts for Casper Ruud who’s defeats on the surface outweigh his victories but can the Norwegian find consistency on the hard courts to keep his chance of playing in Turin alive?

Casper Ruud achieved a milestone recently that hasn't been done in almost a decade, the last time a player won three consecutive titles on the ATP tour was Andy Murray back in October 2011. In 2011 the Brit won three consecutive titles at ATP 250 then 500 and finishing with a Masters 1000 title during... Continue Reading →

Friday at Roland Garros

Sabalenka falls as the 31st seed, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova wins her 36th match vs top 10 opponent Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is a player you just don't write off. The Russian has been beating top 10 ranked opponents since 2009 and for the seventh time in a major. It is also the Russian's first time into the fourth... Continue Reading →

Nine to watch at Roland Garros

Aslan Karatsev The Russian’s meteoric rise has been nothing but incredible. Having stumbled in qualifying 9 times he then debuted in Melbourne and made the semi-finals of the Australian. His form continued, he went onto win the doubles in Qatar with Rublev, won his first title in Dubai and was runner-up in Serbia but has... Continue Reading →

The Final Word on the Madrid Open 2021

In the Cauldron of the Caja Magica in Madrid we have seen some fantastic tennis, surprises and some leaving with more questions than answers. Daniil “I hate this surface” Medvedev World No.2 Daniil Medvedev’s love but mostly hate relationship with the clay courts continued in Madrid this time around. For the first time in his... Continue Reading →

Monte-Carlo Review

The Monte Carlo Country Club, where dreams are made in one of the most beautiful picturesque settings in world tennis. The best in men's tennis come to Monaco to kick off their clay court season in style, despite no crowds we saw memories made, unexpected results and a new champion. Stefanos Tsitsipas "It all start... Continue Reading →

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