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Tennis down under

Following the emotion and excitement of November’s newly formatted Davis Cup, won so impressively by hosts Spain, the inaugural ATP Cup, held across Australia, proved equally thrilling, with Serbia, headed by Novak Djokovic, defeating Rafa Nadal’s Spain in the final in what is effectively the lead up to next week’s Australian Open. Meanwhile, across the […]

New look Davis Cup Finals kick off in Madrid

The inaugural Davis Cup Finals tournament is currently taking place week in Madrid. The eighteen team event is the brainchild of Barcelona footballer, Gerard Pique, with the new abridged format comprising round-robin group matches of two singles and a doubles, followed by a knockout phase.  Great Britain, having successfully negotiated their way to the last […]

An upset for the Brits down under

As tennis re-awakens from its Christmas hiatus, and with the Australian Open only a week away, it’s been a largely difficult time for the Brits down under, with Sir Andy Murray, Kyle Edmund and now Johanna Konta all crashing out of their various build-up tournaments, all with one injury or another, to threaten their participation […]

Davis Cup delight in Glasgow for Team GB

After 118 years of Davis Cup tennis, this much loved global competition is shortly to be totally overhauled under plans drawn up by Spanish footballer Gerard Piqué. This left Great Britain with one more tie to negotiate to ensure that they are at the very least seeded when the new format is introduced in February. […]

Brits at Wimbledon

After much hype and speculation, Sir Andy Murray has finally come to the conclusion that he is not yet up to five set Grand Slam tennis after all, deciding to pull out of this year’s Wimbledon Championships on the eve of the tournament. At least the “will he, won’t he” has been answered, and Murray […]

Murray at Eastbourne

Having taken his first tentative steps back on the tennis court in nearly a year, Sir Andy Murray’s potentially difficult first round match at Eastbourne’s Nature Valley International turned into something of a stroll, as he dispatched Stan Wawrinka in straight sets. Unlikely as it may sound, the two multiple grand slam winners are currently […]

British hopes

Whilst we remain hopeful for Andy Murray’s chances at Wimbledon 2018, the more pragmatic and realistic amongst British tennis fans will be looking to some of the up and coming British talent to fly the flag at this year’s event. Kyle Edmund has soared up the world rankings to overtake the recuperating Murray as the […]