Rogers Cup Preview – Toronto

The Top Quarter It is the quarter that is being spoken about the most coming into the weeks tennis in Toronto, led by Iga Swiatek, the world number one and including five major champions and some fascinating matches with many possibilities. 1- Świątek2- Bye3- Kudermetova4- Rogers5- Haddad Maia6- Trevisan7- Qualifier8- Fernandez9- Bencic10- Azarenka11- Qualifier12- Serena13-... Continue Reading →

Pressure or Relief? Playing at Home can bring either but Denis Shapovalov & Felix Auger Aliassime will be hoping to find some good form in Montreal

Felix Auger Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov were meant to set the tour alight, in parts they have but stand out performances and deep runs at big events have been few and far between. Playing at home always brings some pressure, Felix will only turn 22 during the Rogers Cup in August where as Denis at... Continue Reading →

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 →

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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