An early exit from Montpellier wasn’t ideal but it is far from time to panic

Andy Murray's time in Montpellier has come to a short end. The former world number one who's early season plans had to be rescheduled has lost his opening ATP main draw match. Murray who was runner-up in the Biella Challenger opted to skip the second of two challengers in Italy to head to Montpellier but... Continue Reading →

Swapping Melbourne for Biella, Andy Murray is rightfully “p***ed off” and far from happy with the LTA

As play is about to kick off in Melbourne 16,370 kilometres away in Biella play is about to also kick off in the ATP Challenger in Northern Italy. Andy Murray anticipated to be in Melbourne but a positive Covid-19 test pulled the plug on that and the Brit who received a last minute main draw... Continue Reading →

Outside of Junior Wimbledon last year just 2.3% of players in Junior Grand Slams have been British since the beginning of last year, so where is the next generation?

Six British singles players entered the main draws at Roland Garros and not one made it past the first round. Heather Watson who was a junior champion herself had this to say following the exits: "I don't see who's next," "I feel like we've got a good little group of players right now, but little.... Continue Reading →

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