Katie Boulter 6-3 5-7 6-2 Coco Gauff

Katie Boulter is showing some fine form as she kicks off her season at the Gippsland Trophy down at Melbourne Park this summer. The Brit who has had a tough time with injuries is using her protected ranking at The Australian Open next week and in her warm-up event is showing good promise which saw... Continue Reading →

Katie Boulter 3-6 7-6 6-2 Jodie Burrage

After another good week of tennis at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton has come to an end. The Progress Tour was a fantastic success and the chance to see some of the top female British players in the final. It was quite fitting to see Katie Boulter and Jodie Burrage in the final after... Continue Reading →

Grand Slam rule change in 2018 says if you turn up on site & withdraw injured after the draw is made you get 50% of round one prize money without playing but should you be totally honest about it? Yes

No one can match the money on offer at a Grand Slam. A first round exit round now guarantees you £40,000 or more. A couple of years ago we had a big problem where injured players were turning up, playing a set in round one and withdrawing to still collect their prize money. The rules... Continue Reading →

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