The Overule: Borna digs deep, Halep wins her 20th title, Thiem and Medvedev struggle, Federer out, Kim’s back and much more!

Bublik admits to disliking tennis and is only in it for the money Alexander Bublik brings variety, fun and drama to the tennis court. The young Kazakhstani has continued to impress over the last year or so but this week he has admitted to not liking tennis and only being in it for the money.... Continue Reading →

Khachanov, Fritz & Wawrinka win in late night five set battles!

Around 22:15 in Melbourne, three of the men's round two matches went to five sets almost simultaneously. A mixture of youth and experience were involved as the matches ended up going the distance at Melbourne Park, but who prevailed? Stan Wawrinka 4-6 7-5 6-3 3-6 6-4 Andreas Seppi That seventh game of a set does... Continue Reading →

Serena & Rafa’s plans? 🗺 A returning Argentine 🇦🇷 Kevin calls time on 2019 🤕 3 WTA stars off to Harvard Business School 💼 Laver Cup 🇨🇭 Tsitsipas’ social hiatus 💻

The four majors are over but the season is far from over. Some players are already in Asia for the next swing of the tour and some will follow suit too before a trip back to Europe and then season ending championships in Shenzhen and London. But, what is everyone up to? Serena's plans? Nothing... Continue Reading →

Back in action with a win!

It's good to see Kevin Anderson back. The South African isn't the biggest name on the tour but he's someone to look up to, especially at 6ft 8in. He hasn't played since Miami due to an elbow injury which wasn't tennis elbow but golfers elbow because of his big serve. I've always liked Kevin. He... Continue Reading →

Who will be the King at Queens?

Only three former champions are here at Queens Club. Defending champion Marin Cilic who has had a rough season is in the draw as is 2017 winner Feliciano Lopez and 2014 winner Grigor Dimitrov. Former finalist Kevin Anderson and Milos Raonic who have been hit by injury this year are also back in action. Stefanos... Continue Reading →

London line-up all but confirmed!

The World Tour Finals in London don't kick off for at least another month but barring any miracles over the next few weeks the current leader-up looks like being the line-up. Only three have officially qualified so far. First into the hat was Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic followed not long after and just the other... Continue Reading →

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