Whether it was forehand or backhand the acceleration, precision and variety in Emma Raducanu’s game shone throughout her time in New York

It wasn't just a performance but multiple, in fact all performances from Emma Raducanu left you watching applauding the brilliance of the British teenager. 10 matches, 10 wins, 20 sets won, 0 sets lost - it was unbelievable. Still now I look back and think, this happened. It was the dream or dreams and re-defined... Continue Reading →

Leylah Fernandez continues to write thrilling chapters in her fairytale run at the US Open

Coming into the US Open it had been a difficult ride for Leylah Fernandez on the main WTA Tour. Having won the title in Monterrey she had slipped under the radar, the Canadian was struggling in some qualifying events and won just four of her previous eleven WTA main draw matches. Starting your US Open... Continue Reading →

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 →

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