Seven men’s matches to watch at Roland Garros!

The opening round of a Grand Slam always throws up a few exciting round one battles but Roland Garros has heavily delivered on the mens draw. Jannik Sinner vs David Goffin Earlier on this year which seems like a lifetime ago now Jannik Sinner won his first match against a top ten player in Rotterdam... Continue Reading →

Djokovic calls out “witch-hunt” which may be correct from some corners but is a point still being missed?

During his isolation period it has been quite quiet from Novak Djokovic who returned to the tennis court on Tuesday for the first time since his positive test for Covid-19. Djokovic was back on court at his own academy which hosted the first leg of the now cancelled Adria Tour with Viktor Troicki who... Continue Reading →

Australian Open Day 7

Sunday at Melbourne Park was a pretty straight forward day, we now know half of the final eight as the top half of the women's draw and bottom half of the men's draw were in action. Novak Djokovic 6-3 6-4 6-4 Diego Schwartzman A good days work for Djokovic against the in-form Argentine. Diego has... Continue Reading →

Aus Open Day 5; Tsitsipas, Osaka & Serena out 😳 Barty, Novak & Kvitova cruise 😎Federer almost got stuck on 99 😬 Wozniacki waves goodbye 😢

Friday delivered. Has the Australian Open ever had a more chaotic day? I don't think so but before the chaos let's look for some normality. Novak Djokovic was in a ruthless mood as he defeated Yoshihito Nishioka 6-3 6-2 6-2. Ash Barty likewise took 78 minutes in a 6-3 6-2 win against Elena Rybakina Petra... Continue Reading →

Who will be the King at Queens?

Only three former champions are here at Queens Club. Defending champion Marin Cilic who has had a rough season is in the draw as is 2017 winner Feliciano Lopez and 2014 winner Grigor Dimitrov. Former finalist Kevin Anderson and Milos Raonic who have been hit by injury this year are also back in action. Stefanos... Continue Reading →

Grigor fights to a much needed win!

Whatever happens from here on in Grigor Dimitrov can walk away from Roland Garros with his head held high. In round one he led Tipsarevic by two sets and slipped up and recovered in the 5th set to advanced to a much needed win but this win against Marin Cilic felt like a more important... Continue Reading →

Who needs a good Indian Wells?

That time from Melbourne to Indian Wells is always a time for players to look at what they need to do going forward. It's amazing how quick the season has gone and some need a good fortnight to really kick off their season, but who? Caroline Wozniacki I watched Caro live in Melbourne and even... Continue Reading →

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