Nadal teaches Zverev a tough lesson in Monte Carlo

Rafael Nadal wasn’t really in a forgiving mood this week and in one of the earlier rounds youngster Alex Zverev who is tipped to reach the top but he was taught a tough lesson by the king of clay. Throughout the week in Monte Carlo you couldn’t fault the former world number one who claimed... Continue Reading →

Frustrations visible as Djokovic fell early once again!

aWhen I heard about Novak Djokovic’defeat to David Goffin my first thought was “I’m not surprised” watching Novak in the week I felt there was a naivety in his game and a frustration with his tennis. David Goffin honestly played one of the best performances I have seen this year and will come onto that... Continue Reading →

Why Rafa can dominate on the dirt again!

“King of Clay” we all know who we are talking about but it is something we haven’t used for a while. Monte-Carlo and French Open champion on nine occasions his dominance on the dirt was absolutely outstanding. A couple of years of injuries and inconsistency in form meant that title was used less and less.... Continue Reading →

Cuevas cruises past Troicki in Monte Carlo!

Routine doesn’t get more routine than that! Pablo Cuevas quickly secured his place in the second round at Monte-Carlo for the second year running after a pretty solid performance against Victor Troicki didn’t show up. For Troicki this was his first clay court tournament since Roland Garros last year which will be the same for... Continue Reading →

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