The Story of Wimbledon 2021

Hubert’s Heroics! The Pole’s run to the final four at Wimbledon was a tough path but one he executed with precision, accuracy and belief. A tough start against Lorenzo Musetti but the 24 year old won in straight sets as he did against Giron and then Bublik. On ‘Manic Monday’ you wouldn’t have blamed him... Continue Reading →

A ball is yet to be hit, but it’s difficult see past Novak Djokovic creating history at Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic has history in sight, in a couple of weeks' time the Serb could win Grand Slam singles title No.20 at Wimbledon and sit level with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. There will be no Nadal in London and realistically we would have to see Federer "pull up some trees" as the saying goes... Continue Reading →

Friday in Monte-Carlo

As the finale on Sunday edges closer we will officially have a new Masters 1000 champion on Sunday but before semi-finals kick off on Saturday, who got there and how? Casper takes out defending champion Fabio After I praised such a strong start to his week and did say he had not been tested but... Continue Reading →

Thursday in Monte-Carlo

Dan Evans stuns Novak Djokovic Where else do we start? British number one Dan Evans who hadn't won a match on clay before this week in 1448 days but is now through to the final eight of a Masters 1000 for the first time in his career. It was a fascinating match which saw Dan... Continue Reading →

The Overrule

It was almost a year ago when tennis stopped for around 6 months, now it is back and slightly different to usual but March is set to be a big month tennis as big players return, records are broken and of course titles are won. Roger Federer to return in Qatar! A couple of days... Continue Reading →

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