Friday night at Indian Wells

It still feels a bit surreal that we are sat watching tennis being played in the scorching heat of Indian Wells in early October but here we are and on Friday night some of the stars in mens and women's tennis delivered! Simona Halep's return to the dessert It feels like a lifetime ago that... Continue Reading →

Six players to watch at Indian Wells

Cameron Norrie 🇬🇧 The Brit is in very good form this season and it is just a matter of time before he becomes the British No.1 on the ATP Tour over-taking Dan Evans who he beat in San Diego as well as a 6-3 6-1 win over Denis Shapovalov. In the recent run-up to the... Continue Reading →

The Race to Guadalajara…

There will not be a trip to Shenzhen once again this year to finish the year on the WTA tour but the tour finals will take place this year back in Guadalajara instead. World number one Ashleigh Barty is confirmed for the tournament as is Aryna Sabalenka and Roland Garros winner Barbora Krecijkova. Karolina Pliskova... Continue Reading →

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 →

Emma Raducanu, US Open Champion

I am lost for words, these woman have been spectacular. Just over 3 years ago Leylah and Emma played each other in the second round of Wimbledon Juniors and now in a major final. Day after day, match after match they have delivered. As the days went on the dream continued and for Emma Raducanu... Continue Reading →

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