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Nadal v Federer: The Dream Semi-Final

Roland Garros

June 4, 2019

Rafael Nadal will play Roger Federer in the Roland Garros semi-finals. The dream scenario for many tennis fans has come true. The King of Clay dismissed Kei Nishikori with such power and poise that he made it look almost as easy as the 6-1, 6-1, 6-3 scoreline suggests. And remember, Nishikori is a superb player, […]

Konta Astonishes – Can Only Halep Stop Her?

Roland Garros

Johanna Konta hit new heights to beat Sloane Stephens 6-1, 6-4 in just over seventy minutes. And the performance was so dominant that you wonder whether it will take the brilliance of Simona Halep at her very best to halt Konta’s astonishing run. What a showpiece that would make at Roland Garros! First, Konta must […]

Where to eat in Wimbledon if you’re a Vegan?


Have you wondered where you can eat in Wimbledon if you’re Vegan? At Wimbledon Debenture Holders we did some digging around for you.  But first we thought we would share some interesting facts from the Top Vegan Tennis players with you. The Wimbledon Tennis Tournament is only a few weeks away, and a few vegan players […]

Zverev v Djokovic: More Thrills Expected

Locker Room

June 3, 2019

Alexander Zverev will play Novak Djokovic in the Roland Garros quarter-finals, after the German downed Fabio Fognini in four. It is a repeat of their juicy clash at the year-end finals in London, surprisingly won by Zverev. But Djokovic remains favourite. Especially after admitting that ‘everything is coming together beautifully’ in his clay-court game at […]

Andy Murray Is Back In Action!

Locker Room

Andy Murray is set to return to competitive action for the first time since January. Sir Andy has confirmed that he will play doubles in the Fever Tree Championships at Queen’s Club later this month. And if all goes well there, many believe that Murray will surely play doubles at Wimbledon too. Feliciano Lopez will […]

Lucy Shuker: Super-Positive After World Team Cup

Locker Room

Looking back at the last few weeks, I am still thrilled to have been part of the best GB performance in the 35-year history of the World Team Cup. The men won gold, the juniors took silver and our women’s team took bronze in Israel just a few weeks ago. If you consider that 23 […]

Konta In Quarters, Stan Is The Man

Roland Garros

June 2, 2019

Jo Konta continued her thrillng run at Roland Garros with a 6-2, 6-4 win over Donna Vekic. It could hardly have gone better for the resurgent Brit. ‘I was definitely pleased with the way I was playing and the problem-solving I was doing out there,’ said Konta later. ‘I felt I was being effective.’ Indeed […]

Is Wimbledon 2019 Serena’s Last Big Chance?

Roland Garros

Serena Williams was knocked out of Roland Garros earlier than any other major tournament for five years – and left us all wondering about her future. It’s not a delicate question to ask, but one that all great champions are forced to face sooner or later. How long can she go on? When will be […]

Wawrinka v Tsitsipas: The Showdown Is On!

Roland Garros

June 1, 2019

Stan Wawrinka will play Stefanos Tsitsipas after closing out his 500th tour win against Grigor Dimitrov. No one can wait. Stan the Man v Super Stef should prove to be an absolute cracker, with the former Roland Garros champion back in such scintillating form. ‘You suffer a lot to reach 500,’ said Wawrinka. But only […]

Nadal and Federer Show They Are Human

Roland Garros

May 31, 2019

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer marched on at Roland Garros but certainly didn’t have it all their own way. Eleven-time champion Nadal dropped a set against David Goffin and Roger Federer was a point from doing the same against Casper Ruud. So we were reminded that Nadal isn’t superhuman after all, and he hasn’t won […]

Osaka and Serena Through, Injured Edmund Aims For Wimbledon

Roland Garros

May 30, 2019

Naomi Osaka doesn’t fear the clay any more. And that should send a warning to all the French Open favourites. The power and fizz Osaka generated in the final set against Victoria Azarenka sent shockwaves through Roland Garros. The low trajectory of her missiles made them unplayable. This was Osaka at her best, the player […]

How Good Does Federer Look On Clay?

Roland Garros

May 29, 2019

Roger Federer eased past Oscar Otte of Germany without too much trouble. In fact his backhand volley to close out the match was ridiculously nonchalant, even for a man of his talent. But what did the great man’s performance really tell us about his title chances? It’s difficult to say, because Otte crumbled under pressure […]

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