100 years of Centre Court – SerAndy/Murrena; Two of tennis’ trailblazers came together for mixed doubles at Wimbledon in 2019

Andy Murray has always stood up for women's tennis. Serena Williams said last year as the two paired up at Wimbledon that (female players) "all love Andy Murray" as he always stands up for equal rights in tennis. Serena said this to ESPN: "I don't think there's a woman player - and there really shouldn't... Continue Reading →

100 years of Centre Court – Wimbledon 2008, Murray recovers from two sets down for the first time to defeat Gasquet in a memorable Wimbledon battle!

2008 was a bit year for Andy Murray. It was the year he turned 21 but on the court the Brit made his first US Open Final, and won his first two Masters 1000 titles but before all of that Andy put on a show. Over the years Andy and Richard Gasquet have had some... Continue Reading →

I hope it isn’t but if that is that on Centre Court at Wimbledon for Serena Williams then just three words, thank you Serena!

It's a wonderful sport isn't it and it's been into a theatre you don't want to end by the incomparable Serena Williams. 364 days elapsed between Serena leaving Wimbledon following injury against Sasnovich to Serena stepping on Centre Court to play Harmony Tan, she hadn't played a singles match in-between that, on viewing you wouldn't... Continue Reading →

Stories from Day 1 & Day 2 at Wimbledon

Emma Raducanu wins on Centre Court debut against a tricky Alison Van Utyvanck After a tough season adapting to life on tour and injury issues Emma has had to come through her opening match with Alison Van Utyvanck in straight sets deserves a lot of credit. Alison had won two events coming into this match... Continue Reading →

Matteo Berrettini’s form on return certainly puts him as a Wimbledon contender, the Italian may need to do something he has never done, get the better of the best.

Twelve month ago Matteo Berrettini finished as runner-up in the Wimbledon Final. The last few months have been difficult for the Italian who spent three months out with a wrist injury which required surgery but his return has come at a welcome time ahead of a return to Wimbledon. It is an unusual time at... Continue Reading →

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