One year on from his victory in the Vancouver Challenger, Dan Evans finds himself as the fifth seed in Winston-Salem. Can he clinch his first ATP Title in North Carolina?
Heather Watson recovered from a set and a break down to reach the final qualifying round of the Rogers Cup in Toronto. Having experienced incredibly bad luck with her flight, … Continue reading Heather Watson battles through in Toronto
Britain’s Jack Draper came from behind to clinch his first title of the season, after defeating Daniel Cukierman 4-6 6-3 6-2 in Roehampton. The young prospect knocked out four fellow … Continue reading Jack Draper claims Roehampton M25 title
Is it just me, or has 2019 felt like an ‘almost’ year for British tennis? Whether it’s Jo Konta at the Grand Slams, or Dan Evans and Cam Norrie just … Continue reading Another almost week for British tennis
British pair, Eden Silva and Sarah Beth Grey, finally clinched their first ITF doubles title as a team at the W25 event in Palmela. The title comes after the pair … Continue reading From doubles title to… the next train
Who really deserves a wild card into Wimbledon?
Jonny O’Mara speaks to The Big Racket about his rise into the top 50 and his future as a doubles specialist.
Dan Evans is back. His tennis is doing the talking and British fans should be excited.
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?
British wildcard Maia Lumsden continued her stunning run at the ITF W60 Shrewsbury, after a shock 6-3 6-4 victory over Kathinka von Deichmann. The world number 344 needed just 1:16 … Continue reading Maia Lumsden continues run in Shrewsbury
It was a successful day for the British men today, after Jack Draper, Evan Hoyt, Lloyd Glasspool, Anton Matusevich and Ryan Peniston all clinched opening round wins at the M25 … Continue reading Jack Draper shines as Brits storm Barnstaple
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