Dan Evans delighted in Monte-Carlo, we’ve seen his strengths on hard courts mirror on clay this week and is this the start for Dan on clay?

This week in Monte-Carlo we've been delighted by the beautiful tennis of Britain's Dan Evans on a surface he's not usually enjoyed his time on. Dan Evans before this last week hadn't won a tour match on clay for over four years and in his career had just won four singles matches on the surface... Continue Reading →

Seb Korda impresses once more after making the final eight in Miami

One of the stories of the two weeks in Miami was the form of Sebastian Korda who made it to the quarter finals on his debut in Miami, a tournament in which his dad was once a semi-finalist in 1993. On the back of his run to the fourth round of the 2020 French Open... Continue Reading →

After 103 minutes Naomi Osaka’s Australian Open chances looked over after an incredible turn around 15 minutes later she completed a comeback, but how did she turn the tables on Garbine Muguruza?

After one hour and forty three minutes Naomi Osaka's chances of winning the Australian Open looked slim, 15 minutes later three time major champion knocked out Garbine Muguruza in their first meeting together. How did she turn it around? In the preview I said Naomi will find joy off her forehand and moving Muguruza about.... Continue Reading →

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