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 →

Sloane Stephens entering some of her most successful events as she tries to put bad form behind her following another lacklustre performance

Sloane Stephens winning the US Open seems a bit of a lifetime ago now. When I saw she was up against qualifier Leylah Fernandez in Lexington I did worry for her. Sloane's last match on the tour was a convincing defeat to the Canadian teenager and it was the same result on return. Leylah Fernandez... 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 →

Monica Puig finds out via Tweet that her coach (Kamau Murray) and Sloane Stephens are back together days after he said he couldn’t join her in New York…

Sloane Stephens and Kamau Murray are back together. The split at the beginning of the year was a surprise but this reunion has put a few more questions out there. Sloane Stephens announced the other day on Twitter that her and Sven Groeneveld had split. The season has been one to forget for the American... Continue Reading →

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