Next stop Rome, why Emma’s debut on clay has been nothing but positive as she continues to adapt to the tour

Sometimes it is too easy and lazy to look at negatives but following Emma Raducanu's time at the BJKing Cup, Stuttgart and Madrid I think she should head to Rome in a week or so's time with a lot to be happy about. Prior to the event there has been talk about her coaching situation... Continue Reading →

Chapter 37: Andy Murray sets up first meeting in 5 years with Novak Djokovic following impressive wins over Dominic Thiem and Denis Shapovalov in Madrid

It wasn’t that long ago that there was criticism of Andy Murray for accepting a wildcard into Madrid having originally opted not to play on the clay. The Brit was due to play on hard courts in either USA or Korea on the Challenger circuit but these events were pulled meaning Murray headed back to... Continue Reading →

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