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Top Ten Tennis Probabilities For Rest of 2019

Locker Room

April 8, 2019

There are few certainties in tennis. But ten probabilities have occurred to us as we look forward to the rest of 2019. See if you agree. Is there one certainty among them? 1/ Roger Federer will be there or thereabouts when the top players fight for the titles. Roger leads the race to London for […]

Why Wimbledon Loves The Spanish!

Wimbledon

April 5, 2019

In 2018, Rafa Nadal was involved in the two best and most memorable matches Wimbledon had to offer. His fifth set against Juan Martin del Potro was hailed by Andy Murray as one of the finest sets of tennis he had ever seen. Simona Halep claimed that for her it was simply the best match […]

The Canadians are coming!

Canada

You can feel it in the air. The big Wimbledon singles breakthrough is happening. Milos Raonic  reached the Wimbledon final in 2016 – and Eugenie Bouchard achieved that same feat in 2014. Raonic’s defeat of the great Roger Federer in their epic semi was one of the great matches of the 2016 Championships. In 2017, […]

Federer and Barty Take Miami by Storm

Locker Room

March 31, 2019

Roger Federer played like a man who may not have given up on catching Jimmy Connors after all.   Those 109 Connors titles appeared too many at the start of the year. Maybe they still are. But for Federer, it seems, nothing is impossible. The great man has us wondering once more. ‘I’m so happy […]

What Do The WTA Rankings Tell Us About Women’s Tennis?

Locker Room

March 21, 2019

The new WTA rankings are out with Naomi Osaka holding a narrow lead. But what do those rankings tell us about women’s tennis?   As Miami begins, no fewer than five women could become world number one by the end of the tournament. That’s how crazy, exciting and downright unpredictable women’s tennis is right now. […]

Andreescu and Thiem Triumph at Indian Wells

Locker Room

March 18, 2019

Bianca Andreescu became the youngest winner in the desert since a 17-year-old Serena Williams back in 1999. You could have forgiven Andreescu for partying like it was 1999 too. Instead the ambitious Canadian wildcard already had her eye on even greater things. Meanwhile Dominic Thiem downed the legendary Roger Federer in another three-set thriller to […]

Read Our Exclusive Interview With Katie Boulter.

Locker Room

March 16, 2019

We are super excited to share our exclusive interview with Katie Boulter. We caught up with her as she prepares to play at The Miami Open 2019. Because we love our tennis here, we were keen to find out how she trains; what her goals are and what her reaction is to her marvellous performance at […]

Harriet Dart Aims To Make More Memories

Locker Room

March 13, 2019

For Harriet Dart, a whirlwind nine months have offered an enticing taste of the big time. A Wimbledon semi-final and Fed Cup glory, with the chance to make some more history just around the corner. These are heady times, but the momentum could take her a long way. And when you listen to the 22-year-old […]

Kyrgios Completes Stunning Mexican Triumph

Locker Room

March 3, 2019

Ever imagined what Nick Kyrgios could do if he started to fulfil his potential? We just caught more than a glimpse of his extraordinary ability at the Mexican Open. And remember, for all his volatility, Kyrgios still hasn’t reached his 24th birthday. He still has time to find the answers deep within hinself. Perhaps he […]

Federer Wins 100th ATP Title

Locker Room

March 2, 2019

Roger Federer, the man for round numbers. Twenty Slams, a hundred titles. Sounds pretty neat. In fact it is more than neat. It is historic, incredible, indelible evidence of an unshakeable will to win. Career perfection for the most graceful player the world has ever seen. Imperious and ruthless in equal measure, Roger Federer wasn’t […]

Konta Heroics Inspire Fed Cup Glory

Locker Room

February 10, 2019

Johanna Konta showed the fighting spirit that makes international team tennis so special. No wonder Sir Andy Murray counts his GB Olympic and Davis Cup triumphs so highly on his list of achievements. Konta and her victorious team mates – Katie Boulter, Harriet Dart and Katie Swan – just tasted the special pleasure of Fed […]

Do you want to get it right this Valentine’s Day?

Wimbledon

February 6, 2019

Will You Be My Valentine’s? Fifteen love…thirty love…forty love…they’re all in love! We’re beginning to think tennis players are the most romantic people in world sport. Glamour It seems like love is in the air at all the Slams…and before the Slams…and after the Slams. Just look what emerged at the Australian Open the first […]

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