Two days, two matches & two wins, Andy Murray gets a day off before his quarter final in Metz

Following an impressive comeback win against the sixth seed Ugo Humbert, Andy Murray said after his match: "Winning is all that matters to me....I’m not particularly interested in losing and playing well.” By ranking the win for the Brit from a set down was the biggest of his year and highlighted his determination in getting... Continue Reading →

Whether it was forehand or backhand the acceleration, precision and variety in Emma Raducanu’s game shone throughout her time in New York

It wasn't just a performance but multiple, in fact all performances from Emma Raducanu left you watching applauding the brilliance of the British teenager. 10 matches, 10 wins, 20 sets won, 0 sets lost - it was unbelievable. Still now I look back and think, this happened. It was the dream or dreams and re-defined... Continue Reading →

Emma Raducanu, US Open Champion

I am lost for words, these woman have been spectacular. Just over 3 years ago Leylah and Emma played each other in the second round of Wimbledon Juniors and now in a major final. Day after day, match after match they have delivered. As the days went on the dream continued and for Emma Raducanu... Continue Reading →

Novak Djokovic, one win from history

Novak Djokovic is one win away from creating history, the Calendar Grand Slam is on. The last decade has been a phenomenon to watch, whether you are his biggest fan or not you cannot under play his greatness and achievement. Grand Slam Titles July 2011 Federer: 16Nadal: 10Djokovic: 3 Grand Slam Titles July 2021 Federer:... Continue Reading →

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