Roland Garros – The Contenders

5 former champions but will anyone add another Roland Garros trophy to their collection? 128 will begin but who will contend for the title? Iga Świątek You can't look much further than Iga, she has been sensational this season, I've ran out of words. She has won 5 titles back to back and is on... Continue Reading →

Match Point from Madrid

Ons Jabeur wins her first WTA 1000 title It has been quite the week for Ons Jabeur, the Tunisian has become the first African/Arab woman to win a WTA 1000 event following her three set win over Jessica Pegula at the Madrid Open. Ons plays tennis with precision and an array of beautiful shots which... Continue Reading →

My time at the Madrid Open: Part 2

Following part one here is the second part of images and videos from my time at the Madrid Open in 2019 This piece will see silverware lifted and big battles won! If anyone is thinking about attending Madrid in the future then do have a read of my guide off attending the Madrid Open below:... Continue Reading →

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 →

Match Point from Adelaide & Melbourne

Thanasi Kokkinakis deep run in Adelaide There isn't many better sights in tennis than watching Thanasi Kokkinakis play but play in front of a home crowd. He has a wonderful connection with the Australian fans and the Aussie who picked up a wildcard for Adelaide this week. His run ended in the semi-finals but should... Continue Reading →

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