Thursday in Monte-Carlo

Dan Evans stuns Novak Djokovic Where else do we start? British number one Dan Evans who hadn't won a match on clay before this week in 1448 days but is now through to the final eight of a Masters 1000 for the first time in his career. It was a fascinating match which saw Dan... Continue Reading →

The Overrule

It was almost a year ago when tennis stopped for around 6 months, now it is back and slightly different to usual but March is set to be a big month tennis as big players return, records are broken and of course titles are won. Roger Federer to return in Qatar! A couple of days... Continue Reading →

Day 1 at Roland Garros

It has been a wild opening day at Roland Garros in the Autumn, history has been made as the first match was played under the new Phillipe Chatrier roof on a day of upsets, bad weather, big performances and even a walk-off! Vika sails through despite walk-off After taking a 2-1 lead early this morning... Continue Reading →

Monte-Carlo revisited…

A trip to the Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in France is always one of the highlights of the ATP tour. The best in men’s tennis kick off their clay court season at the Monte-Carlo Masters. It was founded in 1897 and is one of the oldest tournaments on the tour. Unfortunately this year there will be no Monte-Carlo... Continue Reading →

Jannik Sinner 7-6 7-5 David Goffin

Jannik Sinner hadn't be able to test himself until now in Rotterdam following a bizarre walkover in round two. An hour or so before his first round match against Radu Albot the Moldovian withdrew injured which would usually mean a lucky loser from qualifying would take his place. Quite incredibly at an ATP 500 event... Continue Reading →

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