Poor performances are extremely rare for Rafael Nadal on clay but this early in the clay court season, is it a concern?

Friday night in Monte-Carlo concluded with a surprise exit from Rafael Nadal but an even more surprising performances from the eleven time champion, I'd go as far to say one of the most confusing I've seen on a clay court. Against Delbonis and Dimitrov he was sharp, with respect against Dimitrov he was helped out... Continue Reading →

Rublev sees off Murray in a week where we saw plenty of positives for the Brit

After a trademark Andy Murray style comeback on Monday in Rotterdam the 2009 champion was up against the highest left remaining in the competition on Wednesday night in Andrey Rublev. The day had already seen defeats for Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Roberto Bautista Agut in a whirlwind Wednesday in the Dutch City. Murray began... Continue Reading →

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