Roland Garros – First Round Battles

Casper Ruud vs Jo-Wilfried Tsonga A farewell for Jo, he has been incredible for the sport over the last 18 years. He made his Roland Garros debut in 2005 and this will be his 13th and final match of a wonderfully exciting career. It probably isn't what Casper Ruud needs. It will be an atmosphere... Continue Reading →

Roland Garros – The Ones to Watch

Casper Ruud I wanted to have Casper in my piece talking about contenders at Roland Garros but the form coming into Rome and the manner of the defeat to Djokovic raised a few eyebrows. Djokovic' performance was great but Casper couldn't consistently put a challenge together that would turn the tables. His success has come... Continue Reading →

Match Point from Melbourne Park

Madison Keys leaves Australia in fine form after a difficult couple of years A title to begin her season and leaving Australia with 11 wins under her belt including a run to the quarter finals of the Australian Open. Madison saw her ranking plummet and itโ€™s amazing what a good couple of weeks can do... Continue Reading →

Day 1 & 2 down at Melbourne Park

Cam Norrie leaves Melbourne looking for his first win in 2022 following crashing exit to Seb Korda This was one of my matches to keep an eye on coming into the first round down at Melbourne Park and the American Seb Korda who was making his Australian Open debut and beginning his 2022 season at... 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 →

Donna, Felix, Matteo, Belinda & Amanda

We are over the half way mark now in the season. Itโ€™s been full of incredible moments and many more are to follow but who should we watch out for in London? Donna Vekic Donna arrives into London pretty much sick of British weather. Having played the majority of her time in Nottingham indoors she... Continue Reading →

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