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Seeds Tumble in Melbourne

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January 13, 2014

She was hailed as ‘the next great thing’ in tennis by the legendary Billie Jean King after winning Wimbledon in 2011. But Petra Kvitova crashed out in the very first round of the Australian Open, losing 2-6, 6-1, 4-6 to the little-known Luksika Kumkhum in Melbourne.  The world number 87 from Thailand kept her cool […]

Tennis Players Need A Hobby

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January 7, 2014

For their own sanity and our pleasure The tennis circuit is such a goldfish bowl that the players would go crazy if they didn’t get out and focus on something else sometimes. John McEnroe and Pat Cash used to play the guitar to escape the pressure. Justine Henin went sky-diving. The Boys The Fed spends […]

Congratulations Andy Murray, Sports Personality of the Year 2013…

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December 17, 2013

Never has a winner deserved the award more. Sports Personality of the Year is a big deal in the UK. It is not won in a sporting arena, or chosen by some obscure panel of so-called experts. This is when the British public has the chance  to decide who is the best and who has most […]

Novak victory at ATP finals is good for 2014 tennis

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November 12, 2013

So Novak had the last laugh. It wasn’t the greatest final, but it completes one of the greatest end-of-year comebacks, especially from a world number one who had been so unceremoniously toppled from his perch by the man on the other side of the net.  Djokovic beat Rafa Nadal 6-3, 6-4 in the ATP World […]

Expect fireworks as Rocket Roger fights Novak and time itself…

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November 5, 2013

It would be one of the great sports stories of the year if Roger Federer can beat Novak Djokovic in London tonight. A victory for the millions who have always loved Roger. Hope for anyone who feels the onslaught of time and seeks to defy it in style. Novak lit the touchpaper on Firework Night […]

Li Na – The Power Behind The Smile

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October 2, 2013

What do East and West have in common? We both love Li Na. Think about that simple sentence – and the enormity of the achievement behind it. There’s no better time to salute Li Na than during the China Open, though ironically she has trouble winning it. Hardly surprising really, when you have hundreds of […]

GB back in Davis Cup World Group

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September 16, 2013

Amazing scenes in Croatia as the local crowd noisily interrupted Andy Murray for two minutes before he served on match point against their hero Ivan Dodig. They even tried to put him off by yelling and screaming just as he was about to hit the ball during the final, tie-clinching rally. A controversial line call […]

Rafa’s The Real Number One After Fairytale In New York

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September 10, 2013

Rafael Nadal hit new, outrageous heights to win one of the greatest US Open finals in history. And few can doubt that Nadal – not Djokovic – is currently the greatest tennis player on the planet.  ‘He brings my tennis to a new level, I don’t know how I managed to beat him,’ said Rafa […]

Murray won’t give up title easily

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August 29, 2013

Andy Murray’s late, late show sent out a warning to title rivals Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic. The Brit Boy loves New York – and his 6-2, 6-4, 6-3 victory over flamboyant Frenchman Michael Llodra was impressive. Incredibly, Murray only made five unforced errors in the entire match. Compare that to the 53 unforced errors […]

Murray Makes History!

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July 7, 2013

(AND AFTER A 77-YEAR WAIT, NO ONE CAN SAY IT ISN’T OUR TURN!) He knelt sobbing as they chanted his name. Different tears this time. Historic, heroic, moving, magnificent… How do you describe one of the most memorable moments British sport has ever seen? ‘I can’t believe this,’ said his girlfriend Kim Sears as Andy […]

Greatest Players Never to Win Wimbledon

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April 17, 2013

With the summer (hopefully) not far away, we though it’s be a great idea to look at Wimbledon’s ‘nearly men’, the ones who didn’t manage to win the coveted event. Here are our favourites: Andy Roddick One of tennis’ nearly men. The American recently brought down the curtain on an impressive career which saw him ranked as […]

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