My time at the Madrid Open: Part 1

Three years ago I was in Madrid and attended the Mutua Madrid Open. It was a fun tournament and such a shame that unfortunately it won't happen this year. I saw some exceptional tennis and many and in these two parts here are some pictures and videos from my time there. If anyone is thinking... Continue Reading →

Upwards of £750 and up to £3000 for one day, why have tennis fans been priced out of the Laver Cup?

Every year the Laver Cup moves around the world. Prague, Chicago, Geneva, Boston and now London, an exhibition that sees Europe take on the Rest of the World led by Bjorn Bjorn and John McEnroe in the name of the great Rod Laver. The Laver Cup was founded in 2017, a combination of Roger Federer's... 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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