Indian Wells has set a precedent which is likely to be followed by other major tennis events!

The cancellation of Indian Wells has sent shockwaves through tennis. A case of Coronavirus (Covid-19) was confirmed in the immediate area of the Coachella Valley which has prompted organisers to cancel this years event following advice from medical experts. Despite organisers putting out measures in order to contain the virus and keep players, fans and... Continue Reading →

Indian Wells cancelled following Coronavirus outbreak in California!

The 2020 BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells has been cancelled. The tournament which is regarded as the biggest event outside the majors announced changes and were confident of playing despite California declaring a 'state of emergency' last week over the outbreak. Indian Wells set to go ahead with changes despite California declaring a “state... Continue Reading →

Leylah Fernandez is Canada’s latest tennis star, the lefty’s game caused havoc in Acapulco and Monterrey. Also, why the 17 year old reminds me of Maria Sharapova…

It began in Acapulco and then 1299km away in Monterrey the star in Mexico these last few weeks was Canadian teenager Leylah Fernandez. Leylah already grabbed some headlines this year defeating Belinda Bencic in a live Fed Cup rubber but headed to Acapulco ranked at 191 in the world and is now set to climb... Continue Reading →

Novak Djokovic was forced to dig deep in Dubai, it wasn’t ideal for the former world number one but could be beneficial as he searches for success once again at Indian Wells & Miami

Novak Djokovic will head to Indian Wells with three titles, eighteen wins (seven of those against top ten opponents) and undefeated. It wasn't almost the case. Djokovic led his head to head with Gael Monfils at 16-0 and we all expected a routine seventeenth victory for the Serb against the in-form Frenchman. The world number... Continue Reading →

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