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The Futility Of The GOAT Debate!

With the curtains down on the last Grand Slam of the year and the crowning of the second debutant slam winner in a year, the winds of change seem to be making its presence felt. 862 more words

The Curious Case of Roger Federer

Rise, peak, plateau, fall. These are four inevitable phases of life and sport. Roger Federer has been the quintessence of perfection in the first three phases. 851 more words


The Big Four – architects of their own downfall?

The Big Four are not as dominant as they once were. For the first time since 1998, eight different men and women have won the respective Grand Slam singles titles. 259 more words


A Hypothetical and Emotional Obituary

I’m pretty bothered by the state of this Scotland referendum – I fear its impact on the economic, political and social landscapes of our country. But aside from these, one very genuine concern I have is regarding the potential loss of one of Britain’s greatest sporting heroes of the generation. 678 more words


Swiss March Through Italians in Davis Cup

The Swiss pull off a convincing 3-2 win over the Italians in the Davis Cup Semifinals, launching them into the finals against the French, who won earlier. 159 more words

Where Nice Guys Don't Finish Last

This week in sports has been memorable for many of the wrong reasons. Tennis has had two fantastic achievements in Marin Cilic winning his first Grand Slam title aged 25 and Serena Williams’ 18th Major title pulling her level with Evert and Navratilova on the list of all-time greats, but in other leading sports in America this week, the off-screen news has been shocking. 772 more words


One Year Later - Roger Federer and the Magic Racket?

What a difference a year makes. Roughly a year ago, I attempted to impart some wisdom upon Roger Federer’s change of racket (original article here… 437 more words