Daniil Medvedev guides his backhand well but would he find more joy & authority with a ripped approach?

Daniil Medvedev's game is unorthodox but effective and in my opinion good on the eye. Some have said his tennis isn't attractive but how can you argue with a formula that has him with the most tour wins this year? He has a Masters 1000 title and a major final under his belt of late... Continue Reading →

Elina Svitolina may have had her greatest Grand Slam runs of late but it’s eluded to some issues in her game!

Semi-finals at Wimbledon and US Open have made a difficult season with injuries and inconsistencies a good one. Eli Svitolina is now in a race for Shenzhen where she is defending champion. Eli is world number three right now but tenth in the race to Shenzhen which won't do. Her runs to semi-finals of the... Continue Reading →

Bianca’s breakthrough year; Indian Wells πŸ† Miami 🏝Toronto πŸ† 152 to 5 πŸ“ˆ Four months injured πŸš‘ US Open πŸ—½ 45 wins βœ… 4 defeats ❌ 8-0 v Top 10 πŸ˜²

Breakthrough year's don't get better than this. I honestly think we won't see anything quite like it again. The scary thing? The season isn't done yet. I really don't know where to begin, it's been an incredible journey so far and Bianca has rewritten history. She leaves New York with 43 wins and 4 defeats... Continue Reading →

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