Stories from Day 1 & Day 2 at Wimbledon

Emma Raducanu wins on Centre Court debut against a tricky Alison Van Utyvanck After a tough season adapting to life on tour and injury issues Emma has had to come through her opening match with Alison Van Utyvanck in straight sets deserves a lot of credit. Alison had won two events coming into this match... Continue Reading →

Wimbledon – The Contenders

Could Novak Djokovic win a fourth consecutive Wimbledon title? Difficult to look past the Serb, he is one of only three former champions in the draw and is looking for his fourth Wimbledon title in a row. I look at the field and think, who could beat him here? I'm not finding many names but... Continue Reading →

Match Point from Roland Garros

Andrey Rublev's performance in defeat to Marin Cilic a realism of his current level but does he have that next level in him? For a while I've had doubts and then opportunity knocked for Andrey Rublev, Medvedev was out and in what had turned into his half he was the highest seed left. The performance... Continue Reading →

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 →

Over the years there have been doubts but he proved us wrong. Is a 14th Roland Garros title likely for Rafael Nadal or is the competition and his foot injury too much of a hinderance?

For the first time in his career Rafael Nadal will head to Roland Garros having not participated in a Masters 1000 final on clay. It is also only the second time the Spaniard has lost before the quarter finals in Rome where he is a 10 time champion with a 90% win record. Nadal's exit... 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 →

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