Carlos Alcaraz stuns David Goffin to claim his biggest win to date!

Twelve months at the age of sixteen the Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz made his ATP debut in Rio de Janeiro. He defeated fellow Spaniard Albert Ramos Vinolas in three sets 7-6 4-6 7-6 last 3 hours and 36 minutes. Carlos is ranked at 146 in the world coming into Melbourne having qualified for a Grand Slam... Continue Reading →

Underrated but Poetic, the backhand down the line of David Goffin

Throughout his career I have loved the game of David Goffin. He plays tennis with incredible pose and a plan with his standout shot being his backhand, down the line. A problem during his career has been injuries and consistency. He has shown he can put on a performance to beat the best but has... Continue Reading →

Monte-Carlo revisited…

A trip to the Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in France is always one of the highlights of the ATP tour. The best in men’s tennis kick off their clay court season at the Monte-Carlo Masters. It was founded in 1897 and is one of the oldest tournaments on the tour. Unfortunately this year there will be no Monte-Carlo... Continue Reading →

Jannik Sinner 7-6 7-5 David Goffin

Jannik Sinner hadn't be able to test himself until now in Rotterdam following a bizarre walkover in round two. An hour or so before his first round match against Radu Albot the Moldovian withdrew injured which would usually mean a lucky loser from qualifying would take his place. Quite incredibly at an ATP 500 event... Continue Reading →

Wimbledon; Middle Monday Preview

On Monday, 16 men and 16 women will battle for a place in the quarter finals. 32 will become 16 but who will be the final eight on both the men's a women side? Women's Bottom Half Maybe looking ahead but a guarantee is that we will have a first time Wimbledon finalist! In the... Continue Reading →

David Goffin; Back in action!

One of the best sights in tennis is to see David Goffin back in action. David has more than his fair share of bad luck but always bounces back. Injuries including that horror fall at Roland Garros and that eye injury in Rotterdam after taking a ball to the face which forced him to retire... Continue Reading →

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