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Agassi Upstages Wunderkind Zverev

Andre Agassi’s appointment as new coach to Novak Djokovic stole the limelight from German “Wunderkind” Alexander Zverev in his big breakthrough moment. ‎We should of course be heralding a first massive title win for the 20-year-old Zverev, who thumped Djokovic 6-4, 6-3 with a serving master-class and a further lesson in ice-cool composure. Charismatic “Sascha” […]

Lendl Will Make Murray Great For Wimbledon

Andy Murray has two things working in his favour, with Wimbledon 2017 just around the corner and the title to defend. These advantages could mean a very happy ending for Murray at Wimbledon – just as he comes under increasing fire following his defeat in Rome to Fabio Fognini. First of all, Ivan Lendl is […]

Nadal To Win French, Federer To Win Wimbledon?

What seemed impossible a year ago is looking increasingly likely as the European summer hots up. Rafael Nadal will win the French Open, then Roger Federer will win Wimbledon. That’s the way it’s heading if you take into account the remarkable events of 2017 so far. After all, Nadal just beat Dominic Thiem 7-6 (10-8), […]

Nick Kyrgios: Aussie On The Verge Of Greatness?

Nick Kyrgios prowls like a big cat in a zoo. It’s as though Nick doesn’t really want to be here, in this confined space, with all these strange people looking at him. Except that something is changing. Whisper it softly, but maybe, just maybe, Kyrgios is starting to think that he does want to be […]

Triumphant Nadal Edges Closer to Federer

Rafael Nadal is threatening to overtake Roger Federer in the world rankings after taking his tenth Barcelona title at the weekend. Although the Spaniard remains fifth in the rankings, he is closing the gap on Federer all the time and seems unstoppable on clay right now. Nadal defeated Dominic Thiem 6-4, 6-1, breaking just when […]

Rafa Reigns In Monte Carlo As History Beckons

It used to be this easy for Rafael Nadal. But then it became so difficult that you wondered whether he would ever return to his usual, dominant best. As Nadal took just 66 minutes to see off his compatriot, Albert Ramos-Vinolas 6-1, 6-3, there was barely a hint of the painful struggle Rafa has experienced […]

Who Will Take Serena’s Wimbledon Crown?

First, let’s be happy for Serena Williams that she’s pregnant, and marvel at how she won the Australian Open while adapting to that pregnancy. Then, let’s not be too sad that the greatest female tennis player of them all won’t be strutting her stuff at Wimbledon this summer. She’ll surely be back in a year […]

Why Monte Carlo Points To A Perfect Wimbledon

The return of Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic to competitive action at Monte Carlo this week can only add to our anticipation of a thrilling Wimbledon 2017. And two-time Wimbleon champion Petra Kvitova could also be ready to bid for fresh honours at the All England Club when the time comes. Everything indicates that the […]

How Lucy Shuker Took Arizona By Storm

Lucy Shuker produced a stunning performance to take the ITF 2 Series Arizona Open in Tucson, USA. But she is doing fantastic things off the tennis court too, raising awareness of Alzheimers and Dementia. In Arizona, Shuker defeated world number four Aniek van Koot of the Netherlands in the singles final. That meant she came […]