Josh Goodall: from British No.2 to retirement at 27

Former British number 2, Josh Goodall, reached an ATP doubles final and qualified to compete at two Grand Slam tournaments. Despite this, he retired from the sport at 27.

Here, we catch up with Josh as he discusses his career in tennis and how he found career progression following his retirement.

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

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.

Wimbledon’s over but the tour must go on

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.