Gilles Muller’s thirteen year wait for a first title and that monumental win against Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon!

Gilles Muller had always been a dangerous player. He is someone I began to follow in 2014, I just randomly came across him against Djokovic in Melbourne and I liked what I saw but the story goes deeper than that. August 2004, runner up to Lleyton Hewitt in Washington July 2005, runner up to Andre... Continue Reading →

Andy Murray at Wimbledon

Andy Murray at Wimbledon is a story that has had it all. Early promise was delivered but on route to a monumental title there has been heartache, passion, dedication, care and tears. Welcome to Wimbledon! Murray had his first taste of tennis at Wimbledon in 2002 in the juniors at the age of 15. Murray... Continue Reading →

Cruise Control

As cool as you like. Andy has cruised into round three and will be back in action on Friday afternoon as the world number one turned on the style to see off the unpredictable Dustin Brown. Dustin has a reputation at SW19 having seen off Rafael Nadal famously in the second round back in 2015... Continue Reading →

Hats off ladies!

First up on centre court today was Johanna Konta and Donna Vekic. These two faced each other back in Nottingham just a week or so ago with Vekic winning the final but this time round on one the biggest arena's on the tennis circuit it was the Brit who fought her way to the third... Continue Reading →

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