Iga Swiatek, No.1 in the World and winner of the Sunshine Double

It has been quite a phenomenal season for Iga Swiatek and we’ve not stepped foot on clay yet. The 20 year old has powered her way to three consecutive WTA 1000 titles in Doha, Indian Wells and Miami becoming the 11th player and only the fourth woman to achieve this feat after Steffi Graf, Kim... Continue Reading →

5-7 in the third, Emma Raducanu leaves America with regret but valuable lessons learnt ahead of a new chapter

Every time I write about Emma Raducanu I think it is easy for people to forget this is new to her, Emma will debut at over 80% of the tournaments she plays this year having never featured on the tour before. I also agree that winning a major comes with pressure and expectation and that... Continue Reading →

Having found most of her success on the clay courts the question for 2022 was could Iga Swiatek bring this level to the hard courts? 3 months into the year and those questions are being answered in fine fashion

Before this year we had seen what Iga Swiatek can do on a clay court. A Roland Garros title in 2020 without dropping a set and the following year winner in Rome winning 6-0 6-0 against Karolína Plíšková. The 20 year old from Poland is one of the most exciting players on the tour and... Continue Reading →

Garbiñe Muguruza won 9 games in a row but lost at Indian Wells taking her season tally to five wins and five defeats with the Spaniard at risk of falling out of the top ten

Garbiñe Muguruza finished 2021 as world number three and winner at the WTA Finals. 2022 was the season of 'kicking on' for the Spaniard following 42 wins (her second highest tally in a season) in 2021 but it's not happening. I didn't think her 2021 season was spectacular and highlighted a lack of consistency. She... Continue Reading →

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