Six players fighting for two spaces, who will be heading to the ATP Finals in Turin?

Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas have all qualified for the season finale debuting in Turin this year. Alex Zverev is almost over the line but who joins them? This leaves four spaces up for grabs, there won't be a Dominic Thiem, Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer which means it will open up for... Continue Reading →

If anyone was going to cause an upset in New York it was going to the ever resilient Daniil Medvedev

On Sunday night Daniil Medvedev became the eighth player since the beginning of the century to win his first Grand Slam title at the US Open. It was a case of No.1 for Daniil or No.21 for Novak. If anyone was going to spoil the party it would be Daniil. His tennis is unorthodox but... Continue Reading →

Novak Djokovic, one win from history

Novak Djokovic is one win away from creating history, the Calendar Grand Slam is on. The last decade has been a phenomenon to watch, whether you are his biggest fan or not you cannot under play his greatness and achievement. Grand Slam Titles July 2011 Federer: 16Nadal: 10Djokovic: 3 Grand Slam Titles July 2021 Federer:... 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 →

Club 20: Federer, Nadal & Djokovic

10 years ago in July 2011 catching Roger Federer seemed unlikely. Federer had 16 Grand Slam singles titles, he not long before took over Pete Sampras’ record of 14 and the chasing Rafael Nadal and the just getting started Novak Djokovic seemed miles away. Roger sealed No.17 at Wimbledon in July 2012 and that would... Continue Reading →

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