Australian Open Day 3 & 4 – Cruise control, Kenin & Kvitova fall, Kyrgios delights, Halep fights, Feli strikes again & much more

Over the last couple of days there has been some exceptional tennis played at Melbourne Park, the usual names have got the business done where as some have slipped up and some big battle have taken place. Cruise Control Round two for quite a few top seeds saw them navigate their way into the next... Continue Reading →

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 →

2020 WTA Season Highlights

It has been a season hit by Covid-19 but in the early parts of the year and the Autumn we some incredible performances and stories unfold on the WTA tour but what stood out? Rally for Relief The year kicked off with tennis coming together to help raise funds for the Bush-fire relief in Australia.... Continue Reading →

Roland Garros, The Finals

Two weeks of tennis in unusual circumstances at Roland Garros nears conclusion. Three weeks of tennis which began with qualifying has whittled down day by day from the 256 singles players who began at the beginning of the last week to the final four as this weekend champions will be crowned but who will it... Continue Reading →

Dubai Draw Preview

32 players will head to Dubai this next week. The best in women's tennis will gather in the run up for Indian Wells and Miami and the draw in Dubai is pretty chaotic and brutal from the get go! The match ups in round one are quite incredible, the only two who won't be in... Continue Reading →

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