Indian Wells will return in October but at what cost?

A trip to the Californian dessert at Indian Wells Tennis Garden is usually one of the highlights of the year on the tour in March, due to Covid-19 it didn't happen this year and was called off the eve of the event in 2020. A trip to Indian Wells is back on the cards though... Continue Reading →

Rafael Nadal wins his 10th Rome title to equal Novak Djokovic’ record of 36 Masters 1000 titles

For the 57th time and for the 9th time in a Rome Masters final we were treated to one of the greatest match-ups of all time, Rafael Nadal vs Novak Djokovic. Djokovic came into the meeting leading their head to head at 29-27, and one above the Spaniard in Masters 1000 titles won (36 to... Continue Reading →

In a week which has seen Novak Djokovic & Rafael Nadal pull off great escape acts at the last second, now the top two will battle for the title in Rome

Throughout the clay court season there have been murmurs that the ‘Next Gen’ are stepping up their breakthrough, Djokovic and Nadal had far from ideal starts to the clay court season. Djokovic lost to Evans in Monte-Carlo, lost to Karatsev winning just 5 of 28 break points on offer, and skipping Madrid before showing his... Continue Reading →

The Final Word on the Madrid Open 2021

In the Cauldron of the Caja Magica in Madrid we have seen some fantastic tennis, surprises and some leaving with more questions than answers. Daniil “I hate this surface” Medvedev World No.2 Daniil Medvedev’s love but mostly hate relationship with the clay courts continued in Madrid this time around. For the first time in his... Continue Reading →

Monte-Carlo Review

The Monte Carlo Country Club, where dreams are made in one of the most beautiful picturesque settings in world tennis. The best in men's tennis come to Monaco to kick off their clay court season in style, despite no crowds we saw memories made, unexpected results and a new champion. Stefanos Tsitsipas "It all start... Continue Reading →

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