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Tennis is an Individual Sport. Let's Keep it That Way

Twice in a row now I have turned the TV to the women’s Stuttgart Grand Prix, and both times a players’s coach has been sitting next to them telling them what to do. 267 more words

Tennis

Davis Cup: GB need to find more to help Murray

You can count on one hand how many countries boast a Grand Slam Singles Champion in their ranks.

Spain have got Rafael Nadal, Serbia have Novak Djokovic, Argentina have Juan Martin del Potro, Switzerland are in the ridiculously fortunate position of possessing both Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka, and of course Great Britain have Andy Murray. 809 more words

Andy Murray

New ATP Rankings: Clay Court swing gets underway with King of Clay ruling

The European clay-court swing gets underway with the crown jewel of April, the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, beginning. Rafael Nadal remains at the top of the ATP rankings… 39 more words

Rafael Nadal

Photos: Best shots from the Davis Cup quarterfinals

After a thrilling weekend of Davis Cup ties, we’re down to the Final Four, France will host the two-time defending champion Czech Republic, while Switzerland, the only team left to never have won Davis Cup, will host Italy. 335 more words

Roger Federer

Team GB: Davis Cup Dreams Come to an End

Luck has not been with Great Britain as their dreams came to an end in winning the Davis Cup at the Napals.

Great Britain where first leading with a score of 2-1 going into the final day but Fabio Fognini kept the tie alive by outplaying Andy Murray, both Murray and James Ward each lost in straight sets to clay-courters of proven pedigree, It is such a shame as Britain came tantalisingly close to reaching their first semi-final in 33 years.

Andy Murray

Britain lose Davis Cup tie to battling Italians

It was another hard week for British tennis as Great Britain lost a close Davis Cup tie to Italy in Naples. With Andy Murray and James Ward both called up to face the Italians, after their previous successful ventures in the competition, it would still be a very hard task and the conditions certainly played a part in the outcome.

Great Britain

Coupe Davis : la France a eu très chaud !

Que ce fut dur ! Mettre l’équipe de France favorite n’aide apparemment pas… Depuis sa victoire convaincante au premier tour face aux australiens (5/0), tout le monde mettait la France finaliste, voire même vainqueur de cette édition 2014 de la Coupe Davis. 643 more words

France