Daniil Medvedev finds his groove against debutant Hubert Hurkacz to kick off his title defence in perfect fashion and without facing a break point

Daniil Medvedev walked out with a swagger in Turin with the lyrics "It's like a force of nature, no stopping now" ringing around on repeat, here as the defending champion up against the new boy at the ATP Finals, Hubert Hurkacz. Hubi stood on the court waiting for Daniil before the coin toss, taking in... Continue Reading →

There will be a new champion at Indian Wells, but who could it be?

For 14 years between 2004 and 2017 the winner at Indian Wells 99% of the time was Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal except for in 2010 when Ivan Ljubicic saw off Andy Roddick 7-6 7-6. Winners since 2017 including 2018 champion Juan Martin Del Potro and 2019 champion, Dominic Thiem. Neither them or... Continue Reading →

Novak Djokovic, one win from history

Novak Djokovic is one win away from creating history, the Calendar Grand Slam is on. The last decade has been a phenomenon to watch, whether you are his biggest fan or not you cannot under play his greatness and achievement. Grand Slam Titles July 2011 Federer: 16Nadal: 10Djokovic: 3 Grand Slam Titles July 2021 Federer:... Continue Reading →

R1 picks from Roland Garros, part 2

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs Yoshihito Nishioka This should be a fun match between the two, Jo hasn't played much this year due to injury and a chronic back condition he has been suffering for 14 months with. He has won just one match on the hard courts of Marseille back in March. It is good to... Continue Reading →

When in Rome…

A trip to the Foro Italico is the perfect last preparation ahead of a trip to Paris not too far down the line. The sight at the Foro Italico is one of the most beautiful in tennis, the centre piece of Court Centrale and one of the most picturesque in tennis, the Pietrangelli stadium court... Continue Reading →

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