The narrative that Nick Kyrgios’ behaviour is ‘good for tennis’ is total nonsense, tennis will thrive without the circus, it has done and will do as a new era of tennis brilliance breaks through

At Indian Wells and Miami we saw some wonderful tennis from Nick Kyrgios like we did in Melbourne earlier in the year and then Tuesday night it simmered and eventually boiled over. I have supported Nick a lot and defended him at times in the past but we're now past that stage, it needs to... Continue Reading →

Carlos Alcaraz progression continues to amaze, performance in defeat to Rafael Nadal at Indian Wells highlighted the upwards trajectory the teenager is on and not far off the top ten

The first time I watched Carlos Alcaraz was in February 2020 on the clay in Brazil at the ATP 500 event in Rio de Janeiro. Carlos was 16 at the time and received a wildcard where he defeated fellow Spaniard and seventh seed Albert Ramos-Vinolas 7-6 4-6 7-6. Even at this stage of his debut... Continue Reading →

A third round exit in California but recent performances show progress as Andy Murray continues his comeback, outlines his plans for the rest of 2021 ahead of returning to Australia next year

Andy Murray should be leaving California with his head held high after another good week of progression shown in his quest to compete with the best in tennis. The Brit has been playing pretty regular since Wimbledon during this American hard court season as well as a brief visit to France and despite a search... Continue Reading →

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