Liam, Andy & Joe’s Olympic run comes to an end

The early hours of Wednesday morning saw the last remaining British Tennis players at the Tokyo Olympics see their run in the competition come to an end, following the exits in round one of Heather Watson, the exit of Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski. Liam Broady was a last minute addition to the team but... Continue Reading →

Olympic Tennis: Team GB 🇬🇧

Andy Murray is part of a Great Britain team which is on their way to Tokyo for the postponed 2020 Olympics. In a time where we have seen 21 players across the top 30 of the mens and women's ranking combined drop out it is still set to be a strong field as the hunt... Continue Reading →

The Story of Wimbledon 2021

Hubert’s Heroics! The Pole’s run to the final four at Wimbledon was a tough path but one he executed with precision, accuracy and belief. A tough start against Lorenzo Musetti but the 24 year old won in straight sets as he did against Giron and then Bublik. On ‘Manic Monday’ you wouldn’t have blamed him... Continue Reading →

Club 20: Federer, Nadal & Djokovic

10 years ago in July 2011 catching Roger Federer seemed unlikely. Federer had 16 Grand Slam singles titles, he not long before took over Pete Sampras’ record of 14 and the chasing Rafael Nadal and the just getting started Novak Djokovic seemed miles away. Roger sealed No.17 at Wimbledon in July 2012 and that would... Continue Reading →

Ash Barty, 2021 Wimbledon Champion

50 years on from Evonne Goolagong Cawley's first win at Wimbledon, 10 years on from when Ash Barty between Junior Wimbledon Champion and in 2021 after a tough battle became the Wimbledon Champion. A tough start to begin with for Karolina Pliskova, the Czech showed nerves with her serve around 80-85mph which for her is... Continue Reading →

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