Despite a run to the Monte Carlo final the usual questions are still there!

Kei Nishikori still confuses me! When he made the final of the US Open in 2014 this seemed like the start however it hasn't kicked off. Injuries have played a big part in his career haltering his progress however is there only so much you can put down to injuries? Just look at Juan Martin... Continue Reading →

A much needed good week for Grigor!

2017 ended as good as it could for Grigor Dimitrov. The Bulgarian played some of the best tennis we saw on the tour which saw him end the season picking up the World Tour Finals trophy in London but this season he hasn't found momentum. The defeats have raised questions, his game does look like... Continue Reading →

Rafa’s in the mood…

Well, world number one Rafael Nadal is playing some simply beautiful tennis right now. On a clay court there is no one better to watch. The way he strokes the ball around the court is like poetry. There isn't a better sight in tennis. I was listening to Henri Leconte on Sky Sports and he... Continue Reading →

Monte-Carlo 2018 Preview

It's that time of year. The clay court season kicks off in the beautiful setting of Monte-Carlo. A club that has so much history and year on year the history books get bigger as the top names in men's tennis descend into this corner of France as the road to Roland Garros begins. So, where... Continue Reading →

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