Match Point in Guadalajara

At the start of the year we didn't know if we would have a WTA Finals or where it would be. A late announcement for Guadalajara saw the top players in women's tennis race for a spot at the season ending finale and it was a total success of a tournament with an awesome atmosphere,... Continue Reading →

Without a title in 2021 how will Karolina Pliskova and Maria Sakkari do in the season finale?

It is quite unusual for players to get to the WTA Finals without a trophy however it is done on points. You could argue that Karolina Pliskova and Maria Sakkari have consistently picked up points this season but will have regrets. Karolina Pliskova - 3 Finals, 0 Titles Pliskova was runner-up at Wimbledon, she took... Continue Reading →

The Race to Guadalajara…

There will not be a trip to Shenzhen once again this year to finish the year on the WTA tour but the tour finals will take place this year back in Guadalajara instead. World number one Ashleigh Barty is confirmed for the tournament as is Aryna Sabalenka and Roland Garros winner Barbora Krecijkova. Karolina Pliskova... Continue Reading →

Camila Giorgi triumphs in Montreal!

On Saturday we saw Karolina Pliskova advanced to the final in Montreal following a stunning 80 minutes of tennis to see off Aryna Sabalenka. The Czech would've watched on from her hotel room knowing her opponent for the title would be a tough one for her, either Jessica Pegula or Camila Giorgi. Coming into the... Continue Reading →

The Story of Wimbledon 2021

Hubert’s Heroics! The Pole’s run to the final four at Wimbledon was a tough path but one he executed with precision, accuracy and belief. A tough start against Lorenzo Musetti but the 24 year old won in straight sets as he did against Giron and then Bublik. On ‘Manic Monday’ you wouldn’t have blamed him... Continue Reading →

Ash Barty, 2021 Wimbledon Champion

50 years on from Evonne Goolagong Cawley's first win at Wimbledon, 10 years on from when Ash Barty between Junior Wimbledon Champion and in 2021 after a tough battle became the Wimbledon Champion. A tough start to begin with for Karolina Pliskova, the Czech showed nerves with her serve around 80-85mph which for her is... Continue Reading →

7 different winners in 7 years at Roland Garros, will it be and 8th or will a recent winner etch they name in history once more?

Predicting who will lift the Coupe Suzanne Lenglen has proved to be one of the most difficult tasks in women’s tennis. Over the last seven years there have been seven different winners at Roland Garros, only three players since 2005 have won on three separate occasions: Justine Henin, Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams, so will... Continue Reading →

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