Admiration for Agut as Spain win the Davis Cup!

The Davis Cup has received a lot of criticism (some fair, some not so) over the course of the week but the feeling of cheering on your country and for the players representing their respective countries never goes away. Spain were worthy winners led by Rafael Nadal, with also added experience of Feliciano Lopez, Marcel... Continue Reading →

Destination London, but first a stop off in Paris!

The final Masters 1000 event of the year is here. We began in California before heading off to Miami. A trip to Europe to play on some clay took us around Monte-Carlo, Madrid and Rome in quick succession. A break then took us to Cincinnati followed by a trip to Canada. Once the final major... Continue Reading →

Wimbledon; Middle Monday Preview

On Monday, 16 men and 16 women will battle for a place in the quarter finals. 32 will become 16 but who will be the final eight on both the men's a women side? Women's Bottom Half Maybe looking ahead but a guarantee is that we will have a first time Wimbledon finalist! In the... Continue Reading →

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