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Novak Conquers Rome with Shot of the Year


May 19, 2014

If one shot can win a big game of tennis, this was it. Technically immaculate, his head so perfectly still during the cross-court execution that his composure defied belief.  Novak Djokovic should have been scrambling for all he was worth just to stay in the point. Rafa had driven for the corner and there was […]

Rome – Murray v Nadal – the match of the season!!

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May 17, 2014

Make no mistake, Andy Murray could and  should have notched his first ever clay-court victory over Rafa Nadal in Rome. Instead, a series of baffling unforced errors saw the battling Brit blow his big chance to make some personal history. This was gloriously unpredictable tennis, one moment almost superhuman in its breath-taking brilliance, the next […]

Survey Reveals Brits back Murray and Serena Williams


May 15, 2014

An extraordinary 37% of those polled in the WimbledonDebentureHolders.com survey believe that Murray can reproduce last summer’s heroics. Even though the Scot has achieved little since winning Wimbledon in 2013. The patriotic British public are backing Andy Murray to retain his Wimbledon title. For the Men’s Singles title, both Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal received just […]

Best Coach-Player Combo Of All Time?


May 13, 2014

  What is The Best Coach/player combination of all time? It’s a hard one to judge. Is it someone who pushes you to the extremes, both physically and mentally? A person who is there to love and pick you up after a fall? The ability to squeeze the last drop of sweat from you on […]

Nishikori Injury Helps Rafa Escape!

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May 11, 2014

Kei Nishikori lost a great final in Madrid…but may well have won millions of new fans. ‘I’m very sorry for what’s happened,’ said Kei after having to retire, due to an injury to his lower left side, at 3-0 down in the final set. ‘It was hurting already.’  Yet he left with a top-ten ranking, […]

Swiss Timing! Wawrinka strikes back to deny Federer a first Monte-Carlo title

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April 20, 2014

You might have thought he had already done it all. But Roger Federer was desperate to take his maiden Monte-Carlo title by beating his friend and fellow Swiss, Stanislas Wawrinka.  For a while it looked more than possible – until Stan The Man finally found his best game and started to display his own impeccable […]

Monte Carlo – Fabulous Ferrer…but what has happened to Rafa?

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April 19, 2014

Sometimes one spectacular result creates the enduring memory from a tournament – and it isn’t necessarily the eventual winner who makes the most waves. So it was in Monaco when David Ferrer beat Rafael Nadal for the first time in a decade on clay. However much we love Rafa, it was hard not to smile. […]

Italy Prevails in the Davis Cup against Great Britain


April 7, 2014

Was Italy’s comeback one which should have been allowed to happen? GB led 2-1 against Italy going into the final day in Naples. It looked as though they had already done the hardest part in their bid for a first semi-final spot in 33 years. Then the wheels fell off.  Andy Murray lost to Fabio […]

Incredible Novak Crushes Rafa in Miami

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March 31, 2014

Wow! Did that really happen? Novak Djokovic has found a frightening new level Now, as the European clay awaits, the big question is this: can Novak finally win the French Open? Can Rafa really stop him this time? The scoreline in Miami was a straightforward 6-3, 6-3. But even that didn’t tell the full story. […]

Murray Loses Miami Mind Games Against Naughty Novak


March 27, 2014

Andy Murray needs to start winning some mind games… and fast If he isn’t going to rush into appointing a new coach, he had better consider working with a new sports psychologist – because his head, quite frankly, is all over the place. We want Andy Murray back to his best form in time for […]

Novak triumphs in Indian Wells

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March 17, 2014

A weird and wonderful final saw Novak Djokovic take his first title of 2014 by beating Roger Federer 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3). But Novak is still having trouble when it comes to closing out matches.  And it wasn’t his own offensive stroke-play which carried the day, as he reversed Roger’s victory in Dubai a fortnight […]

Dubai – Fabulous Federer!

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March 1, 2014

Welcome back to the King of Tennis; Fabulous Federer wins in Dubai It was like that line from the old Beatles song: “I don’t know why you say goodbye I say hello.” Many of us weren’t listening. We’ll listen now.  We thought we might have said farewell to the very best of him. Instead it […]

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