Is just a trip to Rome before Paris enough preparation for Serena to potentially pick up Coupe Suzanne Lenglen for the 4th time?

By the time Rome begins it would have been 81 days since Serena Williams played a tennis match, the last match ended in defeat to Naomi Osaka and a warm embrace with the Melbourne crowd and an emotional press conference led to questions whether she would be back down under. Injury has meant that we... Continue Reading →

Dominic Thiem had early success on clay and was dubbed the “Prince of Clay”, injury rules him out of Monte-Carlo but when he returns will it begin to click into place for the Austrian?

When Dominic Thiem broke onto the scene in 2014 at the Mutua Madrid Open he was tipped to become the “Prince of Clay” to Nadal’s crown of the King of Clay. He defeated Stan Wawrinka with a beautiful performance at the Caja Magica and went onto win his first four titles on the dirt across... Continue Reading →

Número Trece

Not many players have beaten Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros, only one active player had done that in Novak Djokovic, the other was Robin Soderling in 2009. A Grand Slam win at Roland Garros this year was always going to be a tougher ask with all that is going on in the world. A new... Continue Reading →

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