Have the ATP set a dangerous precedent a lack of punishment for a “Major Offence” against Covid-19 regulations?

Since the covid-19 pandemic in March the way a proportion of men's tennis has conducted itself has been nothing short of abysmal. From the drama's of the Adria Tour and the players behaviour off-court as well, Tennis in Atlanta, Zverev in Paris, Paire in Hamburg and lastly the flee of Russia by Sam Querrey. It... Continue Reading →

ATP Finals: Day 2

Now that everyone has played once it is a good indicator on who has performed and who needs to perform and soon. The great thing about this format as it quickly turns into must win for players and two who did win on Day 2 were Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev Djokovic and Daniil Dominate!... Continue Reading →

Australian Open Day 8

A new week but the same goal, the last set of players were out at Melbourne Park looking to make the quarter finals of the first major of the year but who made it? Simona Halep 6-4 6-4 Elise Mertens Simona Halep was the first up on Day 8 and delivered in just over 90... Continue Reading →

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