Bad Homburg champion and fighting hard in London, Angie Kerber is the last former champion left at Wimbledon but now faces a tough test in Coco Gauff

There is only one former ladies champion left in the draw and that is Angie Kerber. If you would have said to me three weeks ago do I think Angie Kerber could win Wimbledon again, I wouldn’t of ruled it out but I would have been surprised. However, following her title win and the manner... Continue Reading →

No defending champion, five former champions but will it be Wimbledon experience that will pull through or a new name on the honours list?

It is set to be another blockbusting two weeks of tennis at Wimbledon, the women's draw at Wimbledon could be more open than that at Roland Garros a few weeks back which saw Barbora Krejcikova defeat Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova for the title. There will be no defending champion as sadly for Simona Halep her calf injury... 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 →

Australian Open Day 7

Sunday at Melbourne Park was a pretty straight forward day, we now know half of the final eight as the top half of the women's draw and bottom half of the men's draw were in action. Novak Djokovic 6-3 6-4 6-4 Diego Schwartzman A good days work for Djokovic against the in-form Argentine. Diego has... Continue Reading →

Aus Open Day 5; Tsitsipas, Osaka & Serena out 😳 Barty, Novak & Kvitova cruise 😎Federer almost got stuck on 99 😬 Wozniacki waves goodbye 😢

Friday delivered. Has the Australian Open ever had a more chaotic day? I don't think so but before the chaos let's look for some normality. Novak Djokovic was in a ruthless mood as he defeated Yoshihito Nishioka 6-3 6-2 6-2. Ash Barty likewise took 78 minutes in a 6-3 6-2 win against Elena Rybakina Petra... Continue Reading →

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