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Konta Heroics Inspire Fed Cup Glory

Locker Room

February 10, 2019

Johanna Konta showed the fighting spirit that makes international team tennis so special. No wonder Sir Andy Murray counts his GB Olympic and Davis Cup triumphs so highly on his list of achievements. Konta and her victorious team mates – Katie Boulter, Harriet Dart and Katie Swan – just tasted the special pleasure of Fed […]

Do you want to get it right this Valentine’s Day?

Wimbledon

February 6, 2019

Will You Be My Valentine’s? Fifteen love…thirty love…forty love…they’re all in love! We’re beginning to think tennis players are the most romantic people in world sport. Glamour It seems like love is in the air at all the Slams…and before the Slams…and after the Slams. Just look what emerged at the Australian Open the first […]

What Five Lessons Can We Learn From The Australian Open?

Australian Open

January 31, 2019

Well done the Australian Open, another fantastic tournament! So what lessons did we learn from the Australian Open, 2019? I think we can make this short and sweet: 5/ Racquet-smashing Sascha Zverev still has a little growing up to do. “Smasher” Zverev won the year-end finals but still hasn’t cracked the Slams. Maybe he needs […]

Novak Djokovic wins a magnificent seventh Australian Open

Australian Open

January 27, 2019

The sheer brilliance of Novak Djokovic denied us the classic contest we had all anticipated. Given the quality of his opponent, this was arguably the most complete performance in the history of Grand Slam finals. Novak strolled it. Against the great warrior, Nadal. Incredible. The Serb is the first man to win seven Australian Open […]

Osaka Wins Her Second Slam To Become World Number One

Australian Open

January 26, 2019

Showing immense nerve when she might have imploded, Naomi Osaka climbed another psychological mountain to win back-to-back Grand Slams. At the US Open she had to deal with the meltdown of Serena Williams. In Melbourne it was her own inner collapse that threatened her chances. Somehow Osaka showed the mental strength to recover and come […]

Novak Djokovic Expects Epic Australian Open Final Against Rafael Nadal

Australian Open

January 25, 2019

Novak Djokovic couldn’t have put it any better after his immaculate destruction of Lucas Pouille in three rather one-sided sets. The focus quickly turned to the final against Rafael Nadal, the man Novak regards as his greatest rival. This is of course a reenactment of last year’s thrilling Wimbledon semi-final, quite possibly the highlight of […]

How to get tickets for Wimbledon 2019

Wimbledon

Getting Wimbledon Tickets 2019 is not generally a task for the fainthearted. You have to really want them and to go to serious lengths to secure them. But at Wimbledon Debenture Holders, we can do all the hard work for you. For most big events including other Grand Slams like the Australian Open or the […]

Rafael Nadal And Petra Kvitova Look Formidable

Australian Open

January 24, 2019

Rafael Nadal will take some stopping on this kind of form. He pulverised the hopes of young Stefanos Tsitsipas with an admirable, brutal ruthlessness. It wasn’t that the Greek played badly. Some of his volleying was sensational. Triumph But Nadal wasn’t in the mood to be questioned or denied. His serve and backhand look stronger […]

Serena Squanders 5-1 Lead And Four Match Points

Australian Open

January 23, 2019

Serena Williams looked for all the world to be on the verge of another Grand Slam semi-final. By her own admission, Karolina Pliskova’s mind ‘was already in the locker room.’ Then Williams turned her ankle, and in that moment the match turned too. Stubborn It wasn’t even a major injury. Just a moment of awkwardness, […]

Stefanos Tstsipas Believes He Can Beat Rafael Nadal

Australian Open

January 22, 2019

Stefanos Tsitsipas calls it ‘the complete tournament.’ If the young Greek could manage the greatest hat-trick in tennis, others might be more tempted to label it miraculous. Intriguing The chance to beat Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic at the same event looms for Tstsipas. He defeated a drained Roberto Bautista Agut 7-5, 4-6, […]

Serena Digs Deep To Beat Halep, Zverev In Meltdown During Raonic Defeat

Australian Open

January 21, 2019

Serena Williams looked on the verge of defeat to a resurgent Simona Halep. Perhaps we should all have known better. Minutes later, the ultimate tennis warrior had taken the match and downed the world number one. Serena rode her luck, dug deep and found solutions to serious problems. It could have been too late. It […]

Stefanos Tsitsipas Knocks Out Roger Federer

Australian Open

January 20, 2019

Stefanos Tsitsipas could hardly believe what he had done. There was pure joy and a hint of amazement in his glistening eyes. It didn’t matter whether he could quite take in the enormity of his achievement. He had believed in himself when the going got tough. That’s what counted. Laughed The 20-year-old Greek saved four […]

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