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Archive: Feb 2013

Andy Murray: A Fan’s Experience

  The third woman Long-time observers of Andy Murray will be well aware of the two most important women in his life-his mother Judy and his girlfriend Kim Sears, ever-present in the stands, tirelessly watching him wherever he plays. But they probably haven’t noticed me, present at almost every match, win or lose. I’ve seen […]

Frustrated Nadal should talk to Serena

  We all love Rafael Nadal and wish him well. Who doesn’t want to see him back at his best, threatening the big three for Grand Slam titles once again? If he can make good his recovery from seemingly eternal knee trouble, we are in for a treat. He   could re-join Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray […]

Naughty Victoria…But What A Final Awaits

Feeling nervous? Just take a ten-minute break! Well, she gave herself away in the interview, didn’t she? After her 6-1, 6-4 defeat of American teenager Sloane Stephens, Victoria Azarenka was asked how she was feeling. After all, Azarenka had just pushed gamesmanship to the limit by taking ten minutes out for an unscheduled break, instead […]

Attack Novak … Or Don’t Bother Turning Up

So what’s it like to play against Superman? David Ferrer found out in his one-sided semi-final against the irresistible force that is Novak Djokovic. It took just one hour and twenty-nine minutes for Djokovic to demolish Ferrer 6-2, 6-2, 6-1. ‘It was one of the best performances I’ve ever had on the tour, I played […]

Too easy for Andy… And I mean too easy

  After a stroll in Melbourne Park – which pretty much sums up Andy Murray’s Aussie Open so far – the Scotsman is going to come up against a brick wall named Roger Federer at the semi-final stage. And I for one tip Federer to win that showdown and set up an epic final against […]

Top 3 Greatest Moments of the Australian Open (The Mens)

  With the Australian Open just getting under way, we thought it’d be a good idea to take a look at some of the moments that have made it such a fantastic tournament over the years. Becker v Camporese 1991 Becker is one of tennis’ best, and going into the 1991 Australian Open, he already […]

The Australian Open – A Guide

  It’s January 2013, and that can only mean one thing, the beginning of the ATP season. And the first month of the year is also home to the year’s first Grand Slam event, The Australian Open. Thousands of fans will flock into the Rod Laver Arena to see tennis’ brightest stars compete in the […]