Battle of the Brits – Andy Murray 6-3 7-5 James Ward

A win for either James Ward or Andy Murray would confirm their places in the semi-finals. Both had lost to Kyle Edmund in the group during the week but time to put it right and seal their place. Murray had improved as the week went on but you had to wonder whether for a guy... Continue Reading →

Battle of the Brits – Kyle Edmund 6-1 6-4 James Ward

After a few days of bad news coming out of the tennis world it was good to see some safe and fun tennis take place in Britain as the Battle of the Brits began in Roehampton. First of all on the opening day saw organiser Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski take a quick lead against... Continue Reading →

Brit Watch – Wimbledon 2016

From the world number two to a player ranked 775 in the world, 15 British players will take to stage at Wimbledon but who will be in action in the first few days? Andy Murray v Liam Broady You wait ten years for Andy Murray to play a British player and now the world number... Continue Reading →

Great Britain win the Davis Cup!!

Sometimes sport leaves you speechless and this is one of those moments. I have dreamed of a day when we see Great Britain lift the Davis Cup however I felt like it might just be one that got away however under the guideship of Leon Smith and the brilliance of Andy Murray, Jamie Murray, Dom... Continue Reading →

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