Rafa’s back! However bigger challenges lie ahead…

Rafael Nadal is back. The Spaniard’s form this season has continued to improve throughout the year and his performances on the clay this season have been near on perfect with title wins in Monte-Carlo and Barcelona. Suddenly anyone who thought they may have a chance against Nadal may want to think again. His performances against... Continue Reading →

Monte Carlo 2016 Review

Novak? Well, who saw this coming? Novak Djokovic being defeated in the second round of a Masters 1000 event? Having made it to atleast the semi-finals in his last 7 appearances I never saw that coming and probably neither did Jiri Vesely. This is technical Novak’s first defeat of the season and despite struggles against... Continue Reading →

Tsonga defeats Federer in Monte Carlo!

Roger Federer's wait for the title in Monte-Carlo goes on. He might not have stood a better chance with Novak out and question marks over Nadal's form throughout the season but the Swiss number one leaves the tournament early. The headlines will be about Federer losing but Tsonga from 3-6 down produced a great performance... Continue Reading →

Monte-Carlo Quarter Finals Preview

A few days ago there were 64 players, now there are just 8 remaining. The number will half again after play on Friday but who will advance from the quarter finals to the semi-finals? Andy Murray v Milos Raonic The first quarter final of the day is between the British number one and the Canadian... Continue Reading →

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