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Wimbledon wonders

July 2, 2014

With Wimbledon we always seem to get a couple of shocks in the ladies side, but it’s fair to say the male part of the event has been a touch predictable over the last few years, save for a couple of shock losses for Rafa Nadal, and even that seemed unlikely this time around. Sure, the Spaniard had committed a lot to his French Open campaign, but that didn’t appear […]

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Wimbledon: Women’s championship

June 27, 2014

On this free Friday from World Cup delirium it seems apposite to look at something more genteel than the kicking and biting going on in Brazil, and for that the ladies championship at Wimbledon is surely perfect. While the rise of Heather Watson and Laura Robson has meant the press can be a touch more patriotic about their reporting it is fair to say that there isn’t an Andy Murray […]

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Can Andy Murray defend his Wimbledon crown?

June 23, 2014

With the World Cup, the cricket and the rugby on these last few weeks it’s been a bumper summer of sporting action for the British fan so far, but with the English having a gap open up in their support schedule last week there is need of a new hero to cheer on if we’re to keep the spirits high. Riding to the rescue comes one Andrew Barron Murry, or […]

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Men’s French Open final

June 7, 2014

If you wanted the safest bet imaginable this year it’d be tough to argue with a Rafa Nadal vs Novak Djokovic final in Grand Slam tennis, and for obvious reasons too when you look at the circumstances surrounding the match. Roger Federer is as far back on the pair as we’ve seen at any point, and with Andy Murray still getting back to full fitness after back surgery there was […]

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Women’s French Open

June 5, 2014

Just two ladies remain in the French Open now, and neither of them were honestly expected to go this far in the competition if we’re honest. That’s not to say that Maria Sharapova is a poor player despite describing herself as ‘like a cow on ice’ when it comes to the red stuff, or Simona Halep for that matter, but where three of the four semi-finalists in the men’s side […]

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Men’s French Open: Week 2

June 2, 2014

Although his place on Philippe Chatrier court has been assured for many a year, there is definitely a sense that Roger Federer is no longer capable of delivering the same level of play he did a few years back, let alone in his prime and when the Swiss was the first of the four gods to fall at the French Open the reaction was a mix of surprise and acceptance […]

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