Nikola Mektic & Mate Pavic continue to set an unrivalled and phenomenally high standard of tennis in 2021

At the season finale at the 2020 ATP Finals we knew in 2021 we would have a new team come together of Nikola Metkic and Mate Pavic. Nikola Metkic spent his year with Wesley Koolhof and the duo won their first title together in the last tournament of the year at ATP Finals in London.... Continue Reading →

Jamie Murray & Bruno Soares kick off their reunion with their eleventh title

When it was announced last November Jamie and Bruno were getting back together there would be no better place for them to begin than down under. Their first title together was in January 2016 in Sydney and their second was their first in Melbourne winning the Australian Open a couple of weeks later. Another Grand... Continue Reading →

ATP Finals: Day 2

Now that everyone has played once it is a good indicator on who has performed and who needs to perform and soon. The great thing about this format as it quickly turns into must win for players and two who did win on Day 2 were Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev Djokovic and Daniil Dominate!... Continue Reading →

Mike & Bob Bryan retire

The best doubles team in men's tennis sadly will not get the send off they deserve. The plan was to call it a day after the US Open but the team have decided to hang up their rackets. 25 years after making their debut at the age of 17 at the US Open in 1995... Continue Reading →

A single winning doubles player earns around 9% of what a winning singles player does at a Grand Slam, that only improves no higher than 17% on the domestic tours, so why should doubles players lose prize money?

Over the last couple of days we have seen Roger Federer leap frog Lionel Messi as the highest paid athlete in the world for 2020 according to Forbes. Other tennis stars including Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Naomi Osaka (leapfrogging Serena), Serena Williams and Kei Nishikori the only six tennis stars in the top 100. It... Continue Reading →

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