Year out injured, outside top 900 last month but in the US Open Semi Finals!

A year ago Sloane Stephens was a spectator at the US Open after missing 11 months out with a food fracture returned at Wimbledon this year. A month ago Sloane was ranked at 934 in the world, fast forward 30 days or so Sloane will be as high as 34 in the world when the... Continue Reading →

Sam, Kevin, Pablo or Diego – An opportunity like no other!

Sometimes you just have to wait and be patient. This years US Open saw a high number of top players out injured. With no Djokovic, Murray, Wawrinka, Nishikori or Raonic it left the tournament short of big names and Federer and Nadal in the same half. Defeats to Tsonga, Zverev and Cilic in the bottom... Continue Reading →

It’s on!

New York gave us a blockbuster to begin drawing up Simona Halep against Maria Sharapova and it's amazing how expectations quickly change. Halep as the world number two was favourite against a Sharapova lacking a consistent run of matches but under the lights on Ashe the 2006 champion produced some of her best to seal... Continue Reading →

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