Brits in Melbourne

Harriet Dart vs Iga Świątek Another Brit who came through qualifying, Harriet Dart is back in the main draw of the Australian Open for a third time having come through qualifying on all three occasions. Dart has not had the luck of the draw in her time in Melbourne: 2019 - 0-6 0-6 vs Maria... Continue Reading →

Seven round one battles to watch at the Australian Open

Cam Norrie vs Seb Korda Two players I really enjoy watching and would hope they would gain some momentum in Melbourne. I don’t think the match-up will be straight forward for Cam who seemed to be off the boil at the ATP Cup, he showed good tennis but consistency in the matches was lacking. The... Continue Reading →

US Open R3 Picks

Victoria Azarenka vs Garbine Muguruza We have seen glimpses over the course of the season of what Garbine Muguruza can do. I like her game but if you asked me to remember a match of hers from 2021 it would be the loss to Osaka in Melbourne despite having two match points. She was runner-up... Continue Reading →

The Overrule

Three weeks of tournaments have been completed. The work done by tournaments to stage these events in the safest way possible for players has been absolutely exceptional but what have been the main stories from the last few weeks and ahead of the New York double. Jennifer wins her first title! The question for players... Continue Reading →

My time at the Madrid Open: Part 1

This time last year 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... Continue Reading →

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