After a strong start the lack of pace and conviction in Kerber’s forehand cross court really showed as Azarenka recovered from a slow start

Saturday afternoon entertainment in Miami gave us an intriguing battle between Angie Kerber and Victoria Azarenka. Despite a good start from the German it was quite comfortable for Vika in the end who extended her winning run to 9-1 over the German so what went wrong? On her day we know Angie can beat anyone,... Continue Reading →

Miami Open – Victoria Azarenka 7-5 6-2 Angelique Kerber

Out on Grandstand on Saturday afternoon in Miami saw two former world number one and Grand Slam champions Victoria Azarenka and Angelique Kerber lock horns. This week we had already see Angie bulldoze through Renata Zarazua 6-0 6-0 in singles and win with Halep in doubles where as Saturday was the first sighting of Vika... Continue Reading →

Australian Open 2021 Preview

It is here, we didn't know if we would get here but the first major of 2021 is set to begin at Melbourne Park. Despite there being smaller crowds this year it will still be a memorable event and one to learn from for fans and countries around the world suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic.... Continue Reading →

Nowhere to be seen to comeback player of the year, Victoria Azarenka’s resurgence was a credit to her hard work which brought smiles to faces in a difficult year

It was about this time last year just before Christmas there were rumours circulating Victoria Azarenka could be about to retire. The Belarusian was a notable name not on the original entry lists for the Australian Open but no one knew why. The camp was quiet, there wasn't anything being said. We glimpses over Vika... Continue Reading →

2020 WTA Season Highlights

It has been a season hit by Covid-19 but in the early parts of the year and the Autumn we some incredible performances and stories unfold on the WTA tour but what stood out? Rally for Relief The year kicked off with tennis coming together to help raise funds for the Bush-fire relief in Australia.... Continue Reading →

Day 1 at Roland Garros

It has been a wild opening day at Roland Garros in the Autumn, history has been made as the first match was played under the new Phillipe Chatrier roof on a day of upsets, bad weather, big performances and even a walk-off! Vika sails through despite walk-off After taking a 2-1 lead early this morning... Continue Reading →

Roland Garros 2020 Preview

It isn't the usual time of year to be heading to Roland Garros but with players taking the mandatory photos of the Eiffel Tower from their hotel room in this late September time the usually second major of the year is about to get underway. image credit - Getty It is set to be an... Continue Reading →

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