After a hat-trick of clay court titles in July the question was asked of Casper Ruud, can he do it on a hard court? The Norwegian has certainly silenced his critics with his end of season form and run for the final four in Turin

I’m not too sure why Casper Ruud gets a rough press, he even has done from some notable fellow players but the Norwegian lets his tennis talk as should those on tour who have critiqued him. Earlier this year after Wimbledon we saw the Norweigan win a hat trick of clay court tiles and this... Continue Reading →

Rublev vs Tsitsipas taught us a lot about both players’ levels but also questions is there more to come in Turin?

Andrey Rublev has played a lot of tennis this year, it has been a difficult year for the Russian outside of the final eight in Melbourne and Mixed Doubles Gold in Tokyo but on his 73rd match of the year he put on one of his best performances. I have been quite critical of the... Continue Reading →

A third round exit in California but recent performances show progress as Andy Murray continues his comeback, outlines his plans for the rest of 2021 ahead of returning to Australia next year

Andy Murray should be leaving California with his head held high after another good week of progression shown in his quest to compete with the best in tennis. The Brit has been playing pretty regular since Wimbledon during this American hard court season as well as a brief visit to France and despite a search... Continue Reading →

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