Relentlessly Ruthless Russian, how long will Andrey Rublev’s latest unbeaten run last?

Before lockdown the form player was Andrey Rublev, the Russian had maybe dipped behind the shadow of Karen Khachanov and Daniil Medvedev but this year it is all about Andrey and the Russian is not looking like slowing down any time soon. Since tennis return he has picked up where he left off despite early... Continue Reading →

Dan Evans leaves Andrey Rublev deflated following dominant performance in Dubai!

Dan Evans has booked his place into a semi-final at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis this week following a string of fantastic performances. With this run which is not over yet the Brit will debut on Monday at a career high ranking of around 27 in the world. His first match he came from a... 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 →

All eyes on 👀

Round one at Flushing Meadows has some incredible line-ups but the attention will be on one meeting in-particular... Serena Williams v Maria Sharapova A rivalry continued. Since 2004 there have been 21 meetings. 22 if you count the walk-over at Roland Garros last year with Serena's withdrawal. The head to head was once led by... Continue Reading →

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