Seven round one battles to watch at the Australian Open

Cam Norrie vs Seb Korda Two players I really enjoy watching and would hope they would gain some momentum in Melbourne. I don’t think the match-up will be straight forward for Cam who seemed to be off the boil at the ATP Cup, he showed good tennis but consistency in the matches was lacking. The... Continue Reading →

Match Point from Adelaide & Melbourne

Thanasi Kokkinakis deep run in Adelaide There isn't many better sights in tennis than watching Thanasi Kokkinakis play but play in front of a home crowd. He has a wonderful connection with the Australian fans and the Aussie who picked up a wildcard for Adelaide this week. His run ended in the semi-finals but should... Continue Reading →

US Open R3 Picks

Victoria Azarenka vs Garbine Muguruza We have seen glimpses over the course of the season of what Garbine Muguruza can do. I like her game but if you asked me to remember a match of hers from 2021 it would be the loss to Osaka in Melbourne despite having two match points. She was runner-up... Continue Reading →

The Overrule

Wimbledon Wildcards (so far...) There are some names still to be announced for a Wimbledon wildcard but between the wildcards so far there are seven Wimbledon singles titles between two and those two are Andy Murray and five time champion Venus Williams. Other wildcards include: Katie BoulterCarlos AlcarazLiam BroadyJay ClarkeHarriet DartFrancesca JonesSamantha Murray SharanJack DraperEmma... Continue Reading →

Naomi Osaka withdraws from Roland Garros

Yesterday afternoon the Grand Slam board got together and published a statement to say if Naomi Osaka continues to skip press the four time major champion could be defaulted from the tournament and suspended from future events. Tonight she has announced she has withdrawn from the tournament to take some time away from tennis. Naomi... Continue Reading →

7 different winners in 7 years at Roland Garros, will it be and 8th or will a recent winner etch they name in history once more?

Predicting who will lift the Coupe Suzanne Lenglen has proved to be one of the most difficult tasks in women’s tennis. Over the last seven years there have been seven different winners at Roland Garros, only three players since 2005 have won on three separate occasions: Justine Henin, Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams, so will... Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day

The 8th of March celebrates the incredible women around the world on International Women’s Day. The world of tennis through many years has been led by outstanding women who have paved the way for soo many and those who are setting an example and showcasing the exceptional levels of women’s tennis are inspiring a generation... Continue Reading →

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