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ATP Tour Finals

November 11, 2014
DjokAus

It’s no major, but the sheer amount of money on offer at the ATP World Tour Finals in London means that this has fast become one of the biggest events in world tennis, and a real priority for almost everyone on the circuit to qualify for, and then try and win. Admittedly Rafa Nadal has chosen to go away and lose a bit of weight rather than play, specifically in […]

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US Open final: A rare occurrence

September 8, 2014
KeiCarine06

There is a rare and interesting occurrence scheduled for later this evening in the great big US of A, where a major final will go down without one of the 4 major talents of this generation being involved, and for some tennis writers the chance to write about the revolution is long overdue. ‘End of an era’-style articles are already more common than the celebs on Celebrity Big Brother in […]

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US Open: women’s final four

September 3, 2014
SONY DSC

There is sometimes a sense at the US and Australian Opens that the men’s competition is a bit predictable up until the semi-final stage, and that the reverse is true when it comes to the women’s game. Somebody joked recently that ‘three Eastern Europeans and Serena Williams’ is the best you could manage for a prediction, and although that is an exaggeration of the truth it also contains a degree […]

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US Open: men’s week 2

August 31, 2014
AndyM

The final major of the tennis year is upon us, with the best in the world descending on a former landfill in New York to fight it out for a few million dollars in prize money and no Rafa Nadal on show either unfortunately. The Spanish master has had a long, arduous and incredibly successful season to this point and there is always doubt over his long-term health, particularly in […]

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Wimbledon wonders

July 2, 2014
Dimitrov

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
Serena

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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