Match Point from Madrid

Ons Jabeur wins her first WTA 1000 title It has been quite the week for Ons Jabeur, the Tunisian has become the first African/Arab woman to win a WTA 1000 event following her three set win over Jessica Pegula at the Madrid Open. Ons plays tennis with precision and an array of beautiful shots which... Continue Reading →

4 wins and 4 defeats in as many weeks, Casper Ruud’s clay court form is not as we anticipated with Roland Garros on the horizon

There was an expectation that Casper Ruud would challenge during this clay court season but so far that hasn’t materialised. 6 of his 7 titles have come on clay, he has broken into the top ten and made strides on the hard courts coming into the clay court on the back of finishing runner-up at... Continue Reading →

Criticism of Andy Murray for accepting a Madrid wildcard is ludicrous, in his shoes we’d all do it. Remember, a wildcard is an invitation, not a super power.

Thursday morning I woke up, had a look through twitter and saw criticism because Andy Murray is taking a wildcard for the Mutua Madrid Open. I thought, why is he being criticised? A wildcard is an invitation, whether it is in qualifying or the main draw. Tournaments want the best and the big names there,... Continue Reading →

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