Attention turns to clay for Serena following a missed trip to Miami

By the time Roland Garros is due to come around it would have been almost 5 months since we have seen Serena Williams on a tennis court. The former world number one was due to travel down from her home in Palm Springs to the Hard Rock Stadium in Florida for the Miami Open but... Continue Reading →

Why is Serena Williams’ Grand Slam titles compared to Margaret Courts when the same narrative isn’t used to compare Roger, Rafa & Novak to Ken Rosewall?

For about the past four years all I’ve heard about is No.24 and that it would define Serena Williams’ status as the greatest tennis player of all time. I think to myself, why should it? Why should greatness be determined just by silverware and why are we just comparing era’s only when it suits? Since... Continue Reading →

Australian Open Day 7

Super Sunday at Melbourne Park may of been without fans but it was certainly a day full of excitement and mesmerising tennis as places in the final eight were booked and some were squandered from good positions. Thiem tumbles as Dimitrov strikes again! Dominic Thiem will be sick of the sight of Grigor Dimitrov, for... Continue Reading →

Australian Open Day 5

Day 5 at Melbourne Park saw a lot of drama and exceptional tennis for those in attendance ahead of there being no fans at Melbourne Park as the state of Victoria goes into lockdown. Doubts over Djokovic At two sets up, Novak Djokovic' pathway into the fourth round looked pretty plain sailing but an abdominal... Continue Reading →

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