British number ones Andy Murray and Jo Konta have both found out who they will be opening 2018 against. Both players will be competing at the Brisbane International, which is littered in exciting talent.
After Caroline Garcia completed an incredibly unexpected surge to reach the WTA Finals, it looks like Juan Martin del Potro could be about to replicate the French number one after … Continue reading Can Juan Martin del Potro qualify for the ATP World Finals?
Damir Dzumhur has continued his recent purple patch by winning the Kremlin Cup following a 6-2 1-6 6-4 victory over Lithuanian Ricardas Berankis. The Bosnian started the match with intent … Continue reading Future looking bright for Bosnian tennis
The draw for the VTB Kremlin Cup has been made in Moscow with nobody inside the the top 12 participating in the WTA Premier event. With 8 of the top … Continue reading Mladenovic leads weak field in Moscow
Envelopes at the ready, it’s time to send your application off for the Wimbledon ballot!
In 2011, George Morgan, Liam Broady, Oli Golding and Kyle Edmund were flying the flag for Britain in junior boys’ tennis. While Edmund has become a challenger on the ATP tour, we take a look at the other three and see whether their moment in the spotlight could still yet happen.
A user on Reddit has mashed together the faces and the results are amazing.
After a disappointing US Open, Alexander Zverev would benefit by participating at the inaugural Next Gen Finals in Milan. Here’s why.
This year’s Rogers Cup has been littered with big name withdrawals. Despite this, there’s a chance for Canada’s best young stars to take centre stage and impress the world. Here, we look at the three Canadians to look out for.
Wimbledon might be over, but the tennis tour has plenty for us to look forward to in the grass season hangover! With five big tournaments across the WTA and ATP, and some good competition on the ITF and Challenger tour, we look forward to next week’s action.
After a good Wimbledon from British tennis players, we dissect how the Brits really did and look at the task in front of the LTA to maintain the momentum.
The 2017 Wimbledon wildcards have been announced with some surprising names and familiar faces. From Tommy Haas to Katie Boulter, we take a look at the players who have received a free pass to third Grand Slam of the year.