Ash Barty ends Iga Swiatek’s clay court run with a solid performance in Madrid!

It has been a match we have been anticipating when the draw was released, would we get to see the 2019 French Open champion, Iga Swiatek against 2018 champion Ash Barty who couldn't defend her title last year due to travel restrictions battle in Madrid. Ash was on a 11 match winning streak on European... Continue Reading →

Madrid Preview – Iga Świątek vs Ash Barty

In a few weeks time Iga Swiatek will return to Paris to defend her Roland Garros. Last year however we didn't see the 2019 defending champion Ash Barty in Paris to defend her title due to travel restrictions. Madrid and in just over a weeks time, Rome is a good dress rehearsal for Roland Garros... Continue Reading →

Stuttgart Review

Every year it feels like this is where the clay court season on the WTA tour kicks off in Stuttgart. We see the best in women’s tennis look to kick off their clay season in style, former champions and those who have their eye on silverware later down the line in Paris but what did... Continue Reading →

Ash Barty’s position at the summit of the WTA rankings continues to be of question but Ash continues to do her talking on the court culminating in lifting her third title of the year!

Ash Barty has not played the most tennis of the top players over the last year, due to the global pandemic and travel in and out of Australia not possible we didn't see any of the Australian for the remainder of the 2020 season before returning to tennis this year. The ranking freeze in 2020... Continue Reading →

Ash Barty defends her Miami Open title

The first of hopefully many meetings between Ash Barty and Bianca Andreescu played out in Miami on Saturday afternoon with a limited crowd as the defending Miami champion took on the defending Indian Wells champion for one of the biggest prizes outside of the majors. Ash Barty certainly led Andreescu know she is here to... 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 →

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