Camila Giorgi triumphs in Montreal!

On Saturday we saw Karolina Pliskova advanced to the final in Montreal following a stunning 80 minutes of tennis to see off Aryna Sabalenka. The Czech would've watched on from her hotel room knowing her opponent for the title would be a tough one for her, either Jessica Pegula or Camila Giorgi. Coming into the... Continue Reading →

The two same events, eight less players on the men’s draw but they had $4,662,372 more in prize money than the women…

The run-up to the US Open see’s players hit either Toronto or Montreal and then Cincinnati as part of the path to Flushing Meadows. Prize money at these events has never been close or as it should be ‘equal’ and in a Global Pandemic we have understandably seen prize money decrease across events but the... Continue Reading →

After a hat-trick of clay court titles, attention turns to hard courts for Casper Ruud who’s defeats on the surface outweigh his victories but can the Norwegian find consistency on the hard courts to keep his chance of playing in Turin alive?

Casper Ruud achieved a milestone recently that hasn't been done in almost a decade, the last time a player won three consecutive titles on the ATP tour was Andy Murray back in October 2011. In 2011 the Brit won three consecutive titles at ATP 250 then 500 and finishing with a Masters 1000 title during... Continue Reading →

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