• Where is the next generation in tennis?

    Roger Federer’s iron grip on men’s tennis continued in Melbourne with a remarkable 20th grand slam title for the Swiss. Grand Slam titles are intensely difficult to win, having to win seven 5-set matches in a fortnight is no mean feat. Federer seems to make it look effortlessly easy....
  • Tennis is too tough for its stars

    The ATP’s flagship event rolls into London this November with the preview shows and column inches dominated not by the attendees, but by the absentees. Injuries are par for the course in tennis and in sport, but the ever swelling injury list for the event must be of the...
  • Harry Vogt: “2017 promises to be very bright for Johanna Konta”

    As a British tennis fan, there is one certainty that will always feature in any tennis article. That is of course, Sir Andy Murray – everyone wants to read about him because arguably he is one of the best sportsmen the country has ever produced. Over the years, he...
  • World tennis round-up: Federer still on fire at 35

    Another month of the ATP World Tour is coming to a close, and after a thrilling two months to kick-start 2017’s tennis calendar, we look at a roundup of the recent happenings across the men’s tour. A few names immediately spring to mind. Notably, Roger Federer and Andy Murray....
  • What’s wrong with the Davis Cup?

    The first round of the Davis Cup has come and gone quickly, with very little media attention. In fact, if it were not for 17-year-old Denis Shapovalov of Canada hitting a ball in frustration straight at the umpire, the round of fixtures may have slipped by, completely unnoticed, overshadowed...
  • GB Davis Cup win sets up last eight tie versus France – but will Murray return in time?

    Great Britain pulled off an impressive 3-2 victory over Canada to secure their progress to the Davis Cup Quarter-Finals where they will face France. Unfortunately for spectators, the two best players from each country, Andy Murray and Milos Raonic, were out of the contest. The reason cited for Murray...
  • Australian Open : What we learnt about our British tennis prospects

    Going into the Australian Open, there were seven British players who made the main draw. On the men’s side, recently knighted world number one Sir Andy Murray was one of the two favourites for the tournament along with his rival and world number two, Novak Djokovic. Elsewhere, Dan Evans...