Tuesday in Monte-Carlo – Felix falls, Stefanos shines, Sinner stars, Daniil withdraws and a look to the top two returning!

Proceedings in Monte-Carlo may have been delayed on Monday due to persistent rain but a full days schedule was completed ahead of Wednesday which will see Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic kick of their campaigns, but what has happened so far? Rain halts Felix but Garin progresses following delay. On Monday afternoon, Felix Auger Aliassime... Continue Reading →

Miami Open Roundup

It has been a fascinating couple of weeks of tennis down at the Hard Rock Stadium in Florida. High profile names were missing but that did not put a damper on proceedings at one of the biggest events on the WTA and ATP tours but what happened? Title, defended. A big week for World No.1... Continue Reading →

Australian Open Day 1 – Serena, Venus, Osaka & Halep dominate, Novak extends his winning run, Bianca’s return & Denis and Jannik put on a show!

Serena and Venus open with a win Serena Williams beginning her 20th campaign at Melbourne Park and Venus Williams beginning her 21st have both opened up with a win on the opening day of the 2021 Australian Open. Serena faced Laura Siegemund in round one and didn't take too long to begin her domination winning... Continue Reading →

A Day at the Drive

Right now the world needs something to make it smile and bringing the likes of Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Simona Halep, Serena Williams, Ash Barty, Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic amongst others to a court certainly helps that. What makes it more special and bittersweet from here in the UK is seeing those packed crowds... Continue Reading →

Day 1 at Roland Garros

It has been a wild opening day at Roland Garros in the Autumn, history has been made as the first match was played under the new Phillipe Chatrier roof on a day of upsets, bad weather, big performances and even a walk-off! Vika sails through despite walk-off After taking a 2-1 lead early this morning... Continue Reading →

Jannik Sinner 7-6 7-5 David Goffin

Jannik Sinner hadn't be able to test himself until now in Rotterdam following a bizarre walkover in round two. An hour or so before his first round match against Radu Albot the Moldovian withdrew injured which would usually mean a lucky loser from qualifying would take his place. Quite incredibly at an ATP 500 event... Continue Reading →

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