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It’s Kyrgios v Dimitrov and Sharapova v Kerber in Melbourne

Australian Open

January 19, 2018

Home favourite Nick Kyrgios continues to light up the Australian Open after he defeated his boyhood hero, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. If he can beat Grigor Dimitrov, the number three seed, then Kyrgios might even start to believe that he can go all the way. Tsonga didn’t go down without a fight in their evening match. But […]

Muguruza, Konta and Wawrinka Crash Out…Monfils Defeated By The Heat!

Australian Open

January 18, 2018

Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza, British ninth seed Johanna Konta and former Aussie Open champion Stan Wawrinka have all tumbled out early Down Under. Meanwhile, Gael Monfils wilted in the brutal Melbourne heat against the might of a resurgent Novak Djokovic. Seventh seed David Goffin was also beaten as the surprises kept coming. The action remained red-hot as […]

Tsonga Hits Back To Set Up Kyrgios Showdown

Australian Open

January 17, 2018

France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga hasn’t always been known for his comebacks. When he’s good, he’s very good. When he’s off his game, he can sometimes look half-hearted. But what Tsonga produced against young sensation Denis Shapovalov will live long in the memory. DECIDER And, sorry as we are to see one of the most exciting newcomers […]

Federer Off To Flyer, Novak Faces Monfils

Australian Open

January 16, 2018

Roger Federer eased past ex-Brit Aljaz Bedene, and then skilfully deflected some pressure as tournament favourite. Just for a change, all eyes won’t necessarily be on the immaculate Federer in the second round anyway. Because Novak Djokovic faces a mouth-watering test of his elbow and all-round fitness against the enigmatic and highly entertaining Gael Monfils. FEROCITY […]

Australian Open Day 1: Kyle Edmund Thrives Among Early Upsets

Australian Open

January 15, 2018

Britain’s Kyle Edmund clenched his fist in triumph at the Australian Open, still gritting his teeth, just as he had done at key moments all match long. You needed a certain nerve to come from behind twice and pull off this impressive result. Edmund showed that he is developing a psychological strength to go with his natural power. And now […]

Can Federer Follow The Women? Or Will Nadal Spell Double Trouble at the Australian Open?

Australian Open

January 12, 2018

When Roger Federer defends his Australian Open title, he will bid to become only the fourth player of all time to win twenty or more Grand Slam singles crowns. The other three are all women – Margaret Court (24), Serena Williams (23), and Steffi Graf (22). But Roger’s fellow finalist from last year, Rafael Nadal, will be out […]

How to get tickets for Wimbledon 2018

Debenture News

January 10, 2018

Getting tickets for Wimbledon 2018 is not generally a task for the faint hearted. You have to really want them and to go to serious lengths to secure them. But at Wimbledon Debenture Holders, we can do all the hard work for you. For most big events including other Grand Slams like the Australian Open […]

Murray Aims For Wimbledon 2018 Return

Wimbledon

January 8, 2018

Andy Murray has had a hip operation in Melbourne and is aiming to be back in time for Wimbledon 2018. This is amazing news when many were starting to write off his career completely. Wimbledon tennis fans will be reassured that the home hero isn’t going to rush his comeback. But he will do everything […]

Should Serena Have Played In Melbourne?

Locker Room

January 5, 2018

If Serena Williams took the same psychological approach as Roger Federer, she would probably already be past Margaret Court’s record of 24 Grand Slam titles. But Serena, currently on 23 Slams, just puts so much pressure on herself. And she is doing it again. Serena has just pulled out of the Australian Open, despite proving that […]

What Will Happen At Wimbledon 2018 And Beyond?

Wimbledon

January 2, 2018

The New Year heralds the start of our build-up to Wimbledon 2018. And there’s nothing more exciting than knowing that another Wimbledon Championships is only months away. But there is plenty of tennis to be played before the highlight of the year comes around at Wimbledon. Historic The Grand Slams start in Australia in a […]

Top Ten Tennis Moments of 2017

Locker Room

December 28, 2017

What are your favourite tennis moments of 2017? It’s so subjective of course, but here is a possible top ten, in reverse order. You could just as easily pick ten other moments and focus, for example, on the Grand Slam triumphs of the brilliant Rafael Nadal, rather than some of his truly dramatic reverses. Tennis has been […]

Is Federer Greater Than Ali And Bolt?

Locker Room

December 15, 2017

The British public have voted Roger Federer as their BBC (TV) Overseas Sports Personality of the Year for a record fourth time. That’s one more time than two other towering figures from world sport. The boxer, Muhammad Ali and the athlete, Usain Bolt  won the award three times. It shows the love the Brits have for […]