Category: Tennis

Top 4 More Competitive than ever?

Top 4 More Competitive than ever?

As Roger Federer completed his final group A match against Mardy Fish to make it three wins out of three in the ATP Tour Final at the O2, its seems there has been a rekindling of the passion and fire ...

London – serves 8

London – serves 8

20th November brings with it the first day of the ATP Tour World Finals. This is the third year in a row London has hosted the event, where the O2 Arena is converted into one of the largest tennis ...

British star set for Spaniard in final

British star set for Spaniard in final

Andy Murray claimed his place in the Shanghai Masters final after beating Kei Nishikori on Saturday, keeping him on track for his third consecutive title. The Scotsman will now face Spaniard David ...

Rafael Nadal the man to beat at Wimbledon

Rafael Nadal the man to beat at Wimbledon

As the oldest tennis tournament in the world, the prestige of winning Wimbledon surpasses that of all other Grand Slams on the tennis calendar. Lifting the iconic trophy propels a player into the ...

Nadalian witchcraft to strike again at Wimbledon?

Nadalian witchcraft to strike again at Wimbledon?

The Nadal trophy cabinet is growing at a frightening pace as he chases down Roger Federer’s record 16 grand slam wins in the race to become the greatest player of all time. The king of clay has re ...

Has Andy Murray finally found some Form?

Has Andy Murray finally found some Form?

After several first and second round defeats on the Tennis tour Andy Murray seemed to have lost his way following the success of reaching the Australian Open final but after a decent run of wins on ...

Can Serena Williams Regain her World No.1 Spot?

Can Serena Williams Regain her World No.1 Spot?

Serena Williams has become notorious for two things over her long career at the top of women’s tennis; being world number one and losing her world number one spot due to injury. Over the years Miss ...

Tennis: The misjudged sport of Great Britain

Tennis: The misjudged sport of Great Britain

Major success in tennis seems to have avoided Britain for many decades now. In the four major grand slam tournaments, the Australian Open, the French Open, the US Open and Wimbledon, a British player ...

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