Joe Salisbury, mens doubles newest World No.1

On next weeks ranking there will be a new doubles number one and that is Britain’s Joe Salisbury. The Brit is a winner of eight titles including the US Open and Australian Open, his first two career titles in 2018 came in consecutive months with Ben Mclachlan and Neal Skupski respectively before teaming up with... Continue Reading →

A strong team display sees Great Britain defeat Germany to begin their ATP Cup campaign

As Sunday mornings go it could not have gone better for Team GB in their opening ATP Cup match against Germany. Three ties which included two singles and one doubles saw the Brits win 2-1 against a German side led by Sascha Zverev. Dan Evans 6-1 6-2 Jan Lennard Struff A big result to begin... Continue Reading →

ATP Finals: Day 1

The first day of the final year in London at the O2 Arena was full of world class tennis seeing the best in singles and doubles kick off their final event of the year at the ATP Finals. Koolhof & Metkic defeat Krawietz & Mies The day began with a tense doubles match as the... Continue Reading →

ATP World Tour Finals Draw

With just over four days until the ATP World Tour Finals get underway, the draw has been made for the season finale. Rafael Nadal who had to withdraw from his Paris Masters semi-finals with an abdominal injury is in the draw and is expected to train on Thursday and Friday. The groups names this year... Continue Reading →

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