• 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....
  • Australian Open 2017 : Review

    After warm up tournaments across Asia, the first grand slam of the year got underway in Melbourne on the 16th of January – and what a way to start 2017. From two old foes fighting it out in the men’s final, shock early exists from the world number one...
  • “British Tennis fans should rejoice at Andy Murray’s historic achievement” – Tyler Gerrard

    Becoming world number one is arguably the greatest achievement of Andy Murray’s remarkable career, even greater than his three Grand Slam titles and two Olympic Golds. He has achieved something which many believed simply wasn’t possible, and now surely is on course for a record third BBC Sports Personality...
  • “It is all set up to be a wonderful fortnight in the French capital”: French Open Men’s Singles Preview

    About a month ago, it looked a formality that world number one Novak Djokovic would clinch his first French Open title at Roland Garros this year, and in doing so join an elite group of all-time greats in achieving the Career Grand Slam. However, as a result of the...
  • Déjà vu Down Under: Australian Open Review

    What was predictable was that Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic would be walking out onto Rod Laver Arena for their respective finals of the 2016 Australian Open. What was less so was that only one of them would leave Australia with the first slam of the year. Djokovic’s obscene...
  • Novak Djokovic CAN beat Roger Federer’s Grand Slam tally

    Roger Federer has won 17 Grand Slam titles, and is widely regarded at the greatest tennis player of all time. World number one Novak Djokovic currently sits on 10 major titles, still some way behind, yet is comfortably the best player on the planet at the moment, and has been...
  • On SABRs and Slams: A Review of the US Open and Davis Cup

    The confetti has long since cleared on the ostentatiously expensive fireworks display, the funds of which could be better spent by the USTA (US Tennis Association) on producing higher quality home-grown talent. One stark fact remains, however: Novak Djokovic is the best male player in the world. The US...