Roland Garros – The Contenders

128 begin but only one will win, there are plenty to watch but who is a contender in the mens draw? Rafael Nadal There isn't many better places to start, Nadal is on the hunt for a 14th title at Roland Garros which gets even more incredible every time you say it. 105 wins and... Continue Reading →

Match Point from Rome

Iga Świątek defends her title in Rome Another wonderful week, a week of winning and dominating performances from Iga Swiatek who won her fifth consecutive title and 28th consecutive match having not lost since February. Iga saw off Ruse, Azarenka, Andreescu, Sabalenka and Jabeur without dropping a set in a tournament she has dominated at... Continue Reading →

My time at the Madrid Open: Part 2

Following part one here is the second part of images and videos from my time at the Madrid Open in 2019 This piece will see silverware lifted and big battles won! If anyone is thinking about attending Madrid in the future then do have a read of my guide off attending the Madrid Open below:... Continue Reading →

Match Point from Monte Carlo

It has been quite the tournament in Monte Carlo this past week, even without Nadal, Federer, Medvedev and a rusty Djokovic the tennis and the headlines have been special to follow and watch unfold. Djokovic defeat unsurprising in his second event of 2022 When the draw for Monte Carlo came out the talk was about... Continue Reading →

2 tournaments, 2 wins and 2 defeats, Djokovic’ vaccination stance is having a direct impact on his form, 4 months into the year how long will it take him to be up to speed?

Easter is around the corner and Novak Djokovic is yet to find momentum in 2022. Usually at this time of the year the world number one would have played 6/7 tournaments but two wins and two defeats at two tournaments has not been ideal but also of his own making. We all lived through the... Continue Reading →

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