Muguruza wins her first Grand Slam as she battles with Serena for the third consecutive year in Paris!

Following her burst onto the main stage at Roland Garros in 2014 with that impressive victory against Serena Williams it felt like a matter of time before the Spaniard would win a major. Battles between Garbine Muguruza and Serena became a bit of a thing at Roland Garros. In 2015 Serena got her revenge as... Continue Reading →

Go big and go home (with your first title)

Jelena Ostapenko was never at Roland Garros to make up the numbers. The Latvian was ranked at 47 in the world and 19 when the tournament began now she will be ranked as high as 12 and just turned 20 and what a way to celebrate than with your first career title which is just... Continue Reading →

Murray through in 5 once again!

Surprisingly Andy Murray has had a difficult path to the third round of Roland Garros. Many would have expected the British number one to win his two matches in three sets but has had to go the full distance in both against an experienced Radek Stepanek and a French wildcard called Mathias Bourgue playing his... Continue Reading →

Early exits for Azarenka and Kerber in Paris

Two players you would have have had in the favourites bracket have found themselves packing their bags early. Angelique Kerber was outplayed by Kiki Bertens where the exit of Victoria Azarenka from Roland Garros is a really sad one. The former world number in  my opinion has been the form player on the tour this... Continue Reading →

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