Match Point from Monte Carlo

It has been quite the tournament in Monte Carlo this past week, even without Nadal, Federer, Medvedev and a rusty Djokovic the tennis and the headlines have been special to follow and watch unfold. Djokovic defeat unsurprising in his second event of 2022 When the draw for Monte Carlo came out the talk was about... Continue Reading →

Match Point from Melbourne Park

Madison Keys leaves Australia in fine form after a difficult couple of years A title to begin her season and leaving Australia with 11 wins under her belt including a run to the quarter finals of the Australian Open. Madison saw her ranking plummet and it’s amazing what a good couple of weeks can do... Continue Reading →

Match Point from the ATP Cup

The ATP Cup has come into some criticism over the course of the last couple of weeks some fair and some unfair, since New Years Eve players from 16 countries have been competing to lift the trophy in Sydney. Tsitsipas' bizarre start to 2022... Stefanos is a nice guy and a team player but it... Continue Reading →

Just another Manic Monday…

Manic Monday delivers at Wimbledon once again, it will be the last 'Manic Monday' where all R4 matches are played following a break on Sunday as play will take place on the middle Sunday starting in 2022 and it delivered! Marton Fucsovics gets revenge! the Russian, Andrey Rublev is a man who seems to be... Continue Reading →

Tuesday in Monte-Carlo – Felix falls, Stefanos shines, Sinner stars, Daniil withdraws and a look to the top two returning!

Proceedings in Monte-Carlo may have been delayed on Monday due to persistent rain but a full days schedule was completed ahead of Wednesday which will see Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic kick of their campaigns, but what has happened so far? Rain halts Felix but Garin progresses following delay. On Monday afternoon, Felix Auger Aliassime... Continue Reading →

Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters

It is one of my favourite times of year, hard tennis has come to an end until the end of July and around Europe the covers come off the clay courts and it all kicks off at the Monte Carlo Country Club. It is one of the dream locations for tennis in the world on... Continue Reading →

Australian Open Day 7

Super Sunday at Melbourne Park may of been without fans but it was certainly a day full of excitement and mesmerising tennis as places in the final eight were booked and some were squandered from good positions. Thiem tumbles as Dimitrov strikes again! Dominic Thiem will be sick of the sight of Grigor Dimitrov, for... Continue Reading →

Australian Open Day 5

Day 5 at Melbourne Park saw a lot of drama and exceptional tennis for those in attendance ahead of there being no fans at Melbourne Park as the state of Victoria goes into lockdown. Doubts over Djokovic At two sets up, Novak Djokovic' pathway into the fourth round looked pretty plain sailing but an abdominal... Continue Reading →

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