A generational talent head and shoulders above the rest shone during his breakthrough year with an aura of belonging at the top of mens tennis and is well on his way there

When I watch Carlos Alcaraz play I forget he is only 18! He plays the game like he has been on tour for a number of years, this was his breakthrough season. Over the next couple of years he will have highs and low, everyone does but he is a generational talent. He has just... Continue Reading →

7-6 6-7 7-6 in 3 hours 45 minutes, Andy Murray & Frances Tiafoe share an epic encounter in Antwerp!

At Indian Wells not long ago we saw Andy Murray something he had never done in over 1000 professional matches, serve underarm in his three set win over Carlos Alcaraz. This time around in Antwerp the Brit once again did something he has never done, win an ATP match in a three sets with all... Continue Reading →

Andy in America

Andy Murray has been in America for a few weeks for his first singles action since Wimbledon and with a few weeks still to go, what has happened so far and what’s around the corner? Andy in Cincinnati… A positive week for Andy in Cincinnati which ended after the second round but plenty to build... Continue Reading →

After a hat-trick of clay court titles, attention turns to hard courts for Casper Ruud who’s defeats on the surface outweigh his victories but can the Norwegian find consistency on the hard courts to keep his chance of playing in Turin alive?

Casper Ruud achieved a milestone recently that hasn't been done in almost a decade, the last time a player won three consecutive titles on the ATP tour was Andy Murray back in October 2011. In 2011 the Brit won three consecutive titles at ATP 250 then 500 and finishing with a Masters 1000 title during... Continue Reading →

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