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 →

Simona Halep’s run to an historic Wimbledon title!

When it comes to me previewing a tournament I always say the same about Simona Halep, see how the first couple of rounds go. This is not a criticism but a mark of respect for Halep’s game. I like that Halep feels her way into a tournament and a challenge early on is usually good... Continue Reading →

8-7, 40-15 in the fifth…

No matter the obstacle in-front of him Novak Djokovic has always risen to the challenge. In an era of the best in Federer and Nadal he has stood up, been counted and many times come through despite the odds and in some cases the crowd being against him. Wimbledon 2019... 4 hours and 9 minutes... Continue Reading →

Simona Halep; β€œChill year” 😎 Pre-Season break 🏝 Roland Garros defence ❌ Darren coming back? πŸ™πŸ» Flag-Bearer πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡© A medal will do πŸ…Horia Tecau πŸŽΎ

Simona Halep is having a chill year, you wouldn't have thought it. Wimbledon champion and the holder of the longest residency of active players in the top 10 going back over five years the Romanian has been a bit more chilled this year but that was the plan. Three major final defeats on the bounce... Continue Reading →

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