A usual name or a new name to be etched into the record books? Who will mount a challenge at Roland Garros?

No matter what has happened over the last few weeks, I still am at the conclusion there will be four if a push five contenders in the main draw at Roland Garros. As the younger players continue to adapt and improve in the best of five format it asks the question, who will be the... Continue Reading →

Spectacular Jannik Sinner becomes the youngest Masters 1000 Finalist in 16 years

Matches against Roberto Bautista Agut can be quite tough, we have seen some of the best troubled by the persistent Spaniard who acts like a brick wall on the baseline. Friday night in Miami saw Agut up against first time Masters 1000 semi-finalist in teenager Jannik Sinner and the performance from the 19 year old... Continue Reading →

Serbia win the ATP Cup!

It has been an incredible 10 days of tennis. Played across Perth, Brisbane and the final eight coming together in Sydney the new format has proved incredibly popular with fans and players alike with over 220,000 fans attending the event. To begin the day Roberto Bautista Agut extended his winning record to 6-0 for the... Continue Reading →

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