Wildcard Maia Lumsden was eliminated from the W60 in Shrewsbury after going down to top seed Yanina Wickmayer 6-3 6-3. The Scot held her own for much of the match, … Continue reading Maia Lumsden: Can the Brit push on from Shrewsbury?
Qualifier Jodie Burrage has reached the second round of the W60 tournament in Shrewsbury, after her opponent Valentini Grammatikopoulou retired in her opening round match. Burrage served incredibly well throughout … Continue reading Jodie Burrage causes upset in Shrewsbury
Wildcard Maia Lumsden came through a hard-fought battle to fend off Italian Anastasia Grymalska to reach the second round of the W60 event in Shrewsbury. The Scot needed over two … Continue reading Maia Lumsden stars on opening day in Shrewsbury
Dan Evans was unable to clinch his first title of the season as he went down in the final of the Quimper Challenger to Gregoire Barrere. Despite looking comfortable in … Continue reading Evans loses out in Quimper Challenger final
Jodie Burrage was unable to claim her biggest career title as she lost 6-3 3-6 6-3 to Japan’s Miharu Imanishi in the final of the Jodhpur Open. The Briton was … Continue reading Burrage loses in Jodhpur Open final
Jodie Burrage is one win away from claiming her biggest career title after stunning sixth seed Miyabi Inoue in the semi-finals of the Jodhpur Open in just 45 minutes. The … Continue reading Ruthless Burrage into Jodhpur Open final
On the day that Jo Konta finished her epic second round defeat at 3:12am, all British hopes now lie with the doubles. As expected, the majority of Brits made it … Continue reading Australian Open Preview: Over to the doubles
As expected, Jo Konta enters Thursday’s play at the Australian Open as the sole singles Briton left standing. After excellent showings from both Dan Evans and Katie Boulter on Wednesday, … Continue reading Australian Open Preview: Clean sweep for the Brits?
Jo Konta dug deep on Tuesday to make it three Brits into the second round of the Australian Open. A gutsy performance, and the second Briton to win on a … Continue reading Australian Open Preview: Mighty tasks ahead for Britons
Jo Konta looks to join Katie Boulter and Dan Evans in the second round of the Australian Open.
The tennis season is well underway and attention now turns to Melbourne for the Australian Open. The first Grand Slam of the year – and my personal favourite – has … Continue reading Australian Open Preview: Brits galore on Day 1
We spoke to 5 British tennis fans who all discussed what they hope for their favourites in 2019.
Opening week of tennis season shows British fans will be in for another rollercoaster of a season