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Are Britain's 2011 stars about to realise their potential?

If we look back into the archive of Junior events in 2011, you might remember that British tennis had a bit of a purple patch in the boys’ singles. 842 more words


"We're all on different journeys": Welsh player Evan Hoyt talks the Harsh Realities of Pro Tennis

Evan Hoyt knows all about dealing with disappointment.

At 22, the Welshman – who started playing tennis aged four, after his parents moved back to the UK from Mexico – is still relatively near the beginning of his career. 1,227 more words


Muzza lays down the facts in women's equality saga!

An interesting article I read this week was Andy Murray’s piece for the BBC (Full link at bottom of page). In this, he talks about how Women make the same sacrifices as their male counterparts in the game. 392 more words


Why Shapovalov will be the future star of Canadian tennis!

For some time Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard were tipped as the leading stars in Canadian tennis but for one reason or another that has fallen flat. 261 more words


The Federer Vs. Nadal Race Is On!

USUALLY, the attention of tennis fans is starting to switch off at this time of year. The four major Grand Slams have been completed, the majority of big names have gone in for end of season surgery and our attention is being captured by the end of the AFL & MLB and the commencement of the NFL & NBA seasons. 553 more words


Nick's being himself and I admire that greatly!

I’ve been meaning to write this piece for a while. After reading Nick’s open interview the other day via his Twitter account the one emotion I felt after reading it was admired and I think people should open their eyes more and see the bigger picture. 707 more words


Coming Full Circle - The End of the Grand Slam Season

Four Big Takeaways

  • Nadal still in the running for GOAT Title
  • Two 17-year-olds are rising stars to watch
  • Davis Cup’s fifth match drama shows it’s still good for the sport…
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