Naomi Osaka consoles Coco Gauff following US Open win!

Last year two of women's brightest tennis stars met in a match that would show the caring and togetherness of women's tennis. Naomi Osaka arrived in New York as defending champion and on a meteoric rise following her time in New York last year. Coco Gauff made the headlines at Wimbledon with her fearless approach... Continue Reading →

Coco Gauff at Wimbledon: Qualifying wildcard, beating Venus and winning from 3-6 2-5 and match point down!

Over the years there have been some quite memorable stories at Wimbledon. In 2018 the American won the junior singles at Roland Garros and since then noise picked up around Gauff. When the news broke of Gauff’s wildcard into qualifying at SW19 it was an opportunity to watch one of the tours brightest upcoming stars... 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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