There’s another tennis podcast available to download – but should you listen to it? We review Tennish and its hosts, Gigi Salmon and Naomi Cavaday.
There was double success for Australia at the Nature Valley Nottingham Open as both Ash Barty and Alex de Minaur claimed victory over Brits today. Top seed Ash Barty won … Continue reading Ash Barty clinches Nottingham Open title
Last night, all eyes were on Eugenie Bouchard as she played her first tennis match since her significant legal victory against the US Tennis Association (USTA). After receiving a wild … Continue reading Should Eugenie Bouchard be offered a Wimbledon wild card?
After a mixed start to the year, March is set to be a big month for Britain’s two leading female players ahead of the crucial Fed Cup tie against Japan. … Continue reading Indian Wells and Miami: how will Konta and Watson fair?
Britain’s Heather Watson and Jamie Murray have both reached their respective doubles finals of the Mexican Open in Acapulco. Watson, who is competing alongside Germany’s Tatjana Maria, defeated fourth seeds … Continue reading Watson and Murray reach Acapulo doubles Finals
Petra Kvitova claimed her second successive WTA Premier title after coming from behind to defeat Garbine Muguruza in Qatar Open final.
After losing in the semi finals at the Hobart International, Heather Watson heads to the Australian Open. Can she break new ground and reach the second week of a Grand Slam?
After Jo Konta’s withdrawal from the Brisbane International, we look at how time on the sidelines could impact the Brit’s rankings.
2017 was another frustrating year for British number two Heather Watson. From her highs of the grass season, to failing to qualify for the French Open for the first time … Continue reading Has Heather Watson’s serve improved over the years?
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.
Former world number one, Caroline Wozniacki, rolled back the years to clinch the WTA Finals title, after beating Venus Williams 6-4 6-4 in an exciting and dramatic final.
Caroline Garcia staged a remarkable comeback to qualify for the semi finals of the WTA Finals, after a three set victory over Caroline Wozniacki and a defeat for world number one Simona Halep.