Australian Open Day 3 & 4 – Cruise control, Kenin & Kvitova fall, Kyrgios delights, Halep fights, Feli strikes again & much more

Over the last couple of days there has been some exceptional tennis played at Melbourne Park, the usual names have got the business done where as some have slipped up and some big battle have taken place. Cruise Control Round two for quite a few top seeds saw them navigate their way into the next... Continue Reading →

Australian Open – five mens matches to watch in round one!

Another year of records to be broken. The big three will be looking to add to their tally where as the Next Gen will be finally hoping to change that trend and some opening round matches could derail things... Daniil Medvedev v Frances Tiafoe Daniil will probably be one of the favourites to win here.... Continue Reading →

Serbia win the ATP Cup!

It has been an incredible 10 days of tennis. Played across Perth, Brisbane and the final eight coming together in Sydney the new format has proved incredibly popular with fans and players alike with over 220,000 fans attending the event. To begin the day Roberto Bautista Agut extended his winning record to 6-0 for the... Continue Reading →

It’s a Murray/Lopez win at Queens!

In January the thought of playing tennis again didn't look promising. This week Andy Murray returned to doubles with Feliciano Lopez and they have re-written history at Queens this week on their way to their first title together in their first partnership on the tour. First of all they had to beat Farah and Cabal... Continue Reading →

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