Five exceptionally constructed points, the unanticipated but merited triumph and the strength to bounce back

To be the player of the year in a year of mass disruption and remain consistent despite forced breaks is mightily impressive. Consistency on the tour moving tournament to tournament and country to country is difficult to come by but when you don't when your next tournament is an the usual structure pulled apart to... Continue Reading →

Times change and Tennis moves on but Rafael Nadal’s legacy on clay and particularly at Roland Garros will forever be an unmatched phenomenon.

Tennis moves on quicker than any other individual sport, there isn't much time with the demand of the tour to celebrate success and take your foot off the accelerator. Winning titles is a major part of the sport but as is keeping with the sport as it moves on and no one has done that... Continue Reading →

Número Trece

Not many players have beaten Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros, only one active player had done that in Novak Djokovic, the other was Robin Soderling in 2009. A Grand Slam win at Roland Garros this year was always going to be a tougher ask with all that is going on in the world. A new... Continue Reading →

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