We’re back with our predictions of 8 exciting British players to look out for as we embark on another rollercoaster season of tennis!
In part one of our interview with Greg Howe, we catch up with the recent author as he reflect on his career and explains what happened next.
Can tennis fans have a role in preventing abuse of tennis players on social media?
British tennis player, Olivia Nicholls, has been one of the standout British performers this year, following her success in the doubles. We catch up with the 23 year-old to see what has inspired her form and what her future plans are in the sport.
Tennis coach, Thomas Leach, explains how he has transformed his coaching to ensure his pupils learn the art of competing.
Teenager Maia Lumsden gives The Big Racket the lowdown on her first full professional season and tells us about her plans for 2018.
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.
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
As we approach the end of the season, all eyes are on the ATP tour and it’s Next Gen finals. But why aren’t the WTA getting involved with a similar set up? The talent is there and interest in women’s tennis is starting to eclipse the men’s so there’d definitely be appetite for it. Here’s why the WTA should have a presence at the Next Gen finals.
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.