A fascinating men’s draw awaits at this year’s Australian Open. The likes of Federer and Nadal, who have been household names for years now find themselves on collision courses with the top seeds far earlier than usual, making for some tantalising matchups in the first week. 1,189 more words
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The Scot will end 2016 as world number one after beating Novak Djokovic in London, in what was his 24th consecutive win.
It has only been two years since what was perhaps the lowest moment of Andy Murray’s career. 948 more words
Up until this year I was always a bit cynical of the existence of the ‘Big 4’ in men’s tennis. In my mind, Federer, Nadal and Djokovic were a cut above the rest in the men’s game and had quite comfortably been the three best players of the past decade. 387 more words