Australian Open Review

Australian Open Review

Paul Spanton reflects upon the 2014 Australian Open.
Wawrinka’s victory
Last year Stanislas Wawrinka tattooed his left forearm. It reads, ‘Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try … Continue Reading →


ATP World Tour Finals Preview

Despite the lack of British number one Andy Murray, this year’s ATP World Tour Final is set to be a very interesting one. So far regular favourites Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, … Continue Reading →


Murray Ends British Drought

In the spirit of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships, the men’s final ended with the one result no one would expected. Many commentators on tennis matters were in favour of Britain’s … Continue Reading →


Wimbledon – Bartoli Finally Wins Trophy

The women’s final of Wimbledon involved two players no one expected to make the final, with the French world number 15 Mario Bartoli taking on the new SW19 favourite, the German … Continue Reading →


Wimbledon – Murray Reaches Final

Day 12 of Wimbledon was the Men’s semi finals, with two showpiece matches on Centre Court, with 3 of the 4 semi finalists previous Grand Slam winners.
The first match of the … Continue Reading →


Wimbledon Days 10 & 11 – A Round-Up

Day 10 of Wimbledon was the men’s quarter finals. After the shocks of the earlier rounds the men’s draw had seemed to return to a sense of normality, with 5 top ten seeded … Continue Reading →


Wimbledon Day 9 – Women’s Quarter Finals

The main matches of note on Day 9 of Wimbledon was the women’s quarter finals, with the draw being thrown wide open after the loss of the number one seed Serena Williams yesterday.
Many … Continue Reading →


Wimbledon Day 8 – Mixed Day for British Hopes

For the first time since 1998, home supporters had the prospect of a British player in both the Men’s and Women’s draw in the second week of Wimbledon, with both Laura … Continue Reading →


Wimbledon day 6 – Britain’s sweetheart

Chris Heron reflects on a superb day for British Women’s Tennis.
By the end of day six, normal service seemed to resume at Wimbledon.
The outrageous events of the early days … Continue Reading →


Wimbledon Day 5 – Home Success Not Dampened By Rain

Chris Heron continues his fantastic coverage of SW19, reflecting on a good day for British Tennis.
The rain-hit Day Five of Wimbledon was unusual in that there was sustained British … Continue Reading →

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