Vintage Vika; Azarenka wins her first title as a mum!

Just over a week or so ago I said Victoria Azarenka needed time to find some rhythm on the match court. In Lexington a couple of weeks back she lost 3-6 2-6 to Venus Williams in round one but didn't play bad at all. I referenced back to something she said in Melbourne last year... Continue Reading →

Diego delights as Casper falls short in ‘Cincinnati’

Diego Schwartzman has successfully found his way into the second round of Cincinnati at Flushing Meadows. The Argentine who turned 28 last week took a few minutes to settle into the match but it felt like a matter of when until he found his feet and made a breakthrough. Schwartzman did break early on in... Continue Reading →

Cincinnati (in New York)

In this unusual year The Western and Southern Open held in Cincinnati at the Lindner Family Tennis Centre since 1979 is being held in New York at Flushing Meadows to create a tennis bubble. The double header of Cincinnati and the US Open at Flushing Meadows came about because of the global pandemic and was... Continue Reading →

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