A usual name or a new name to be etched into the record books? Who will mount a challenge at Roland Garros?

No matter what has happened over the last few weeks, I still am at the conclusion there will be four if a push five contenders in the main draw at Roland Garros. As the younger players continue to adapt and improve in the best of five format it asks the question, who will be the... Continue Reading →

The Overrule

It was almost a year ago when tennis stopped for around 6 months, now it is back and slightly different to usual but March is set to be a big month tennis as big players return, records are broken and of course titles are won. Roger Federer to return in Qatar! A couple of days... Continue Reading →

ATP Finals: Day 2

Now that everyone has played once it is a good indicator on who has performed and who needs to perform and soon. The great thing about this format as it quickly turns into must win for players and two who did win on Day 2 were Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev Djokovic and Daniil Dominate!... Continue Reading →

Rampant since the restart, Diego Schwartzman will debut at the ATP Finals on the back of exceptional results but will face one of his biggest tests at the O2

With a majority of the 2020 tennis season cancelled due to the covid-19 pandemic and rankings frozen a new qualifier for the tour finals in London was always going to be a tough ask but Diego Schwartzman stood up to the challenge and has continued to improve throughout a year without structure. Diego who is... Continue Reading →

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