Thank you, Johanna Konta

I was at work on Wednesday morning and it popped up on my phone to say Johanna Konta has announced her retirement from tennis, stunned but as she said herself grateful and I've been grateful and thankful for the memories she has given us over the years. It was a decade ago that Jo made... Continue Reading →

Emma Raducanu, Katie Boulder and Harriet Dart qualify for the US Open

The main draw of the US Open doesn’t begin until Monday evening (UK time) but it has already been a successful start for the British players with Emma Raducanu, Katie Boulder and Harriet Dart all coming through qualifying to place in the main draw. The British trio join Heather Watson and Johanna Konta in the... Continue Reading →

Injury ended Jo Konta’s 2019 season after the US Open but the British number one is winless in 6 months as she heads to Monterrey to take on a returning Kim Clijsters!

Four words. Not an ideal draw. British number one who is the second seed in Monterrey next week could have hoped for a better start as she tries to kick off her season. Knee injury forced her 2019 season to be cut short following her quarter final defeat to Elina Svitolina at the US Open.... Continue Reading →

So far in St. Petersburg…

St. Petersburg is that first chance after the Australian Open to see who is up to what on the WTA tour. With five of the top twenty in action as well as some of the tours more experienced players mixed with upcoming stars it has been a week so far full of stories and many... Continue Reading →

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