9 British players (the most since 1997) advanced to the second round at Wimbledon

Nine British players have made it through to the second round of Wimbledon following an excellent couple of days of Tennis at SW19, nine Brits is the highest amount of Brit's through to round two at Wimbledon since 1997. The first two days at Wimbledon have seen wins on Centre Court for Andy Murray and... Continue Reading →

Wimbledon – Brit Watch

Andy Murray My question continues to be, what would constitute a successful Wimbledon for Andy Murray? https://tennistalkblog1.wordpress.com/2022/06/17/stuttgart-was-a-success-abdominal-injury-a-setback-but-what-would-define-a-successful-wimbledon-for-andy-murray/ Emma Raducanu The most important thing for me is to enjoy it, there is a lot of talk about pressure and expectation but we need to look at the season as a whole and with perspective. There is... Continue Reading →

Match Point from Birmingham & London

Simona Halep's grass court return You wouldn't think it had been three years since Simona Halep had played on grass, her last match before her opener in Birmingham was when she lifted the Wimbledon title in 2019 against Serena Williams. Since then we have been hit with a global pandemic and Simona herself suffered a... Continue Reading →

Birmingham Preview

Brits in Birmingham Just the two Brits in action in Birmingham which is a surprise. Emma Raducanu and Heather Watson are out injured and Sarah Grey, Emily Appleton, Freya Christie and Katie Swan all lost in qualifying which leaves us with… Harriet Dart vs Maria Camila Osario Serrano Katie Boulter vs Alison Riske For the... Continue Reading →

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