Kvitova and Tsitsipas fall to USA’s Stephens and Tiafoe on opening day at Wimbledon

Two big shocks early on at Wimbledon have seen two contenders knocked out on the opening day. Bad Homburg runner-up and two time Wimbledon Champion, Petra Kvitova saw her chances come to an early end despite good form of late. The Czech was up against a tough unseeded opponent who is a former slam winner... Continue Reading →

No defending champion, five former champions but will it be Wimbledon experience that will pull through or a new name on the honours list?

It is set to be another blockbusting two weeks of tennis at Wimbledon, the women's draw at Wimbledon could be more open than that at Roland Garros a few weeks back which saw Barbora Krejcikova defeat Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova for the title. There will be no defending champion as sadly for Simona Halep her calf injury... Continue Reading →

Roland Garros 2021: The opening week

Sinner escapes a tricky Herbert! For the first time in his career the young Italian, Jannik Sinner has won a best of five set match in tough conditions out on Court Suzanne Lenglen against Frenchman Pierre Hugues Herbert. It was a wonderful start from Sinner who was ruthless in the opening set and almost bageled... Continue Reading →

The Overrule

It was almost a year ago when tennis stopped for around 6 months, now it is back and slightly different to usual but March is set to be a big month tennis as big players return, records are broken and of course titles are won. Roger Federer to return in Qatar! A couple of days... 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 →

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