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Archive: Nov 2016

Awesome Delpo Leads Argentina To Davis Cup Glory

Even with a broken finger, Juan Martin Del Potro inspired Argentina to their first Davis Cup triumph in a dramatic comeback against Croatia in Zagreb. Not for the first time in his career, Del Potro emerged from near-oblivion to command the stage when we had almost written off his chances. And no one can say that […]

FIVE THINGS I LOVE ABOUT JOHNNY VEGAS! The Lucy Shuker Blog

After their infamous meeting at the Rio Paralympics, we quiz Lucy Shuker on what five things she loved most about one of Britain’s best-known comedians. 1/ SUPPORTIVE Well, I first met Johnny when he made a brief appearance on my court during one of my early matches. He had come into the tennis arena via a […]

Andy Ends Year On Top Of The World As The Real Novak Goes Missing

He said he “never expected it” and the pundits had even less belief. However, Andy Murray succeeded in beating his arch nemesis, Novak Djokovic to not only win the ATP World Tour Finals but to retain his week old No 1 ranking. Let’s get one thing straight. Andy Murray deserves to be world number one. […]

A GREAT END TO THE YEAR! The Lucy Shuker Blog

Following some good results and performances in the first part of the year, the summer of 2016 proved to be a tough one. Things did not quite go my way on the tennis court, despite having got myself into some of the best shape of my career. Let me explain. The last few tournaments before […]

What might Djokovic do to regain No 1 world ranking?

Top 10 Desperate Measures To Win How can Dokovic regain his No1 position in the world for the year end? Andy Murray has been known, mid match, to get the scissors out in an attempt to tame an unruly fringe whilst playing Nadal. But what unusual or drastic measures have been taken by Top Tennis […]

Murray – The World Number One With More To Do

You know that feeling when you’ve reached the top in your chosen profession and you think: what now? Staying there can be the hardest, partly because you risk losing the intensity of motivation you had during the climb to the summit. Andy Murray shouldn’t have that problem. As long as he doesn’t listen to the […]