Match Point from Adelaide & Melbourne

Thanasi Kokkinakis deep run in Adelaide There isn't many better sights in tennis than watching Thanasi Kokkinakis play but play in front of a home crowd. He has a wonderful connection with the Australian fans and the Aussie who picked up a wildcard for Adelaide this week. His run ended in the semi-finals but should... Continue Reading →

Simona Halep begins her 2022 season winning her 23rd WTA title in Melbourne

Simona Halep has stated that one of the targets of the 2022 season is to get back into the top ten. The Romanian will find herself at her lowest seed at major when the Australian Open kicks off for the first time since 2013 when she was seeded for the very first time at the... Continue Reading →

Australian Open? Australia Closed?

In the rules that were put out to Novak Djokovic and more recently Renata Voracova they have done nothing wrong. Both players were awarded a medical exemption by independent medical panels in Australia to come into play at the Australian Open and lead-up events. This is monumental fiasco fuelled by politics and brings a lot... Continue Reading →

Thank you James Ward!

I have been a bit late to this one with a busy couple of weeks but a thank you to James Ward had to be said. Over the last decade the Brit has been an integral part of the British Davis Cup Team. James made his debut back in 2010 when Britain were fighting in... Continue Reading →

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