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Tearful Nadal Moves To Within Touching Distance Of Federer

US Open

September 9, 2019

The only fight Rafael Nadal lost was against the tears. After nearly five hours and one of the best finals in US Open history, he lay spread-eagled on the floor. He had fought off an extraordinary comeback from Daniil Medvedev, a man seemingly in a trance and on a mission to upset. And here’s the […]

Andreescu Wins US Open As Serena Stages Comeback Too Late

US Open

September 7, 2019

Bianca Andreescu has fulfilled her Grand Slam potential at the tender age of 19 to leave Serena Williams frustrated yet again. The youngster lay on the hard, blue court, head in hands, trying to grasp the enormity of the moment. Canada has its very first Grand Slam singles champion. For Serena, fresh heartbreak. No record-equalling […]

Will Nadal Beat Medvedev Again To Claim US Open Crown?

US Open

Rafael Nadal is on the brink of a massive Grand Slam title victory after the semi-finals at Flushing Meadows went pretty much as expected. The Spaniard could have made life complicated for himself when he fell 0-4 behind in the first-set tie-break against the popular Italian, Matteo Berrettini. Nadal faced two set points moments later […]

Serena Williams and Bianca Andreescu Are Through To US Open Final

US Open

September 6, 2019

Serena Williams will try to make history against a rising star who wasn’t even born when the American won her first US Open final in 1999. But Serena already knows 19-year-old Bianca Andreescu only too well. It was Andreescu who comforted Williams in Toronto when Serena had to pull out of their Rogers Cup final […]

Could It Be Nadal 20, Federer 20 For Wimbledon 2020?

Locker Room

September 4, 2019

Roger Federer’s dramatic defeat to Grigor Dimitrov in New York has raised a fascinating possibility: could Federer go into Wimbledon 2020 level with Rafael Nadal on twenty Grand Slams each? Some would say at this particular point in time this stunning scenario is more of a probability than a possibility. The two best-loved players of […]

Konta and Osaka Bow Out – But Nadal Finds An Extra Gear

US Open

September 3, 2019

Jo Konta’s courageous US Open challenge ended not long after that of defending champion Naomi Osaka. And there never seems to be a dull moment with either player! Fascinating, exciting and frustrating in equal measure. That’s Konta at the business end of the biggest tournaments so far. Jo has all the shots in her armoury. […]

Djokovic Downed By Wawrinka, Konta Storms Through To Quarters

US Open

September 2, 2019

Defending champion Novak Djokovic was undone by the power of Stan Wawrinka and a nagging shoulder injury. Illogically, the world had pretty much written off the chances of Wawrinka – a player who loves the big-time. The 34-year-old is like a coiled spring with frightening energy yet to be unleashed. Wawrinka’s quarter-final against Daniil Medvedev […]

Brits On Fire But Wimbledon Champion Halep Is Out

US Open

August 30, 2019

Wimbledon champion Simona Halep was the author of her own downfall in New York. But we saw storming performances from Dan Evans, Jo Konta and Coco Gauff set up some mouthwatering clashes for the next round. Evans will face Roger Federer. And 15-year-old Gauff takes on the mighty Naomi Osaka next. Meanwhile, Konta will aim […]

Comeback Kid Coco Thrills Again As Men’s Seeds Fall At US Open

US Open

August 28, 2019

Only weeks after her Centre Court heroics against Polona Hercog, the amazing Coco Gauff is at it again. Still only fifteen-and-a-half, still refusing to be beaten when all looks lost. Still putting her proud parents through all kinds of psychol0gical and emotional gymnastics on her way to a typically gutsy victory. Coco didn’t need to […]

Serena Thrashes Sharapova, Federer Survives Scare

Locker Room

August 27, 2019

Serena Williams didn’t allow her recent back problems to stop her from doing what she loves best on a tennis court – soundly beating Maria Sharapova. At least that is what Serena appears to enjoy most – apart from winning Grand Slams, of course. You don’t win nineteen times in a row against a quality […]

Who Will Emerge Triumphant At The US Open?

US Open

August 21, 2019

So soon after Simona Halep was crowned the Wimbledon champion, it is almost time for another Grand Slam extravaganza at the US Open.  New York beckons with all the glitz and glamour of the US Open. The noisy, late nights, the endless adrenalin, the incredible energy. Who doesn’t love Flushing Meadows? The question on everyone’s lips […]

Will Novak Djokovic Dismantle All Before Him To Win Again In New York?

US Open

New York beckons with all the glitz and glamour of the US Open. The noisy, late nights, the endless adrenaline, the incredible energy. Who doesn’t love Flushing Meadows? The question on everyone’s lips is this: who will emerge triumphant from all the chaotic drama? Could the Wimbledon champion taste Grand Slam glory again? Maybe so. […]

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