Andy Murray Snubs Washington’s Citi Open For 2019 season

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Former British number-one, Andy Murray has revealed he has already decided not to play at next year’s Citi Open tournament in Washington as part of the hard court season. Murray revealed in a recent Instagram chat with fans online that he was reticent about playing at the Citi Open again after the event’s tournament director […] READ MORE


The Comeback Lottery: What Will (or Can) Andy Murray Do Next?

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Marcel Hunze is a happy man. Only yesterday, the tournament director of the Libema Open 2018, announced confirmation that Andy Murray has chosen Hunze’s tournament to make the long-anticipated comeback the tennis world has sorely needed and wanted, ever since Murray had a labral tear in his right hip surgically repaired in January this year. […] READ MORE



Andy Murray can Become World #1–Possibly Next Week

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From LastWordOnTennis, by Yesh Ginsburg. Novak Djokovic is the defending champion at the Paris (Bercy) Masters 1000 event held next week. He may very well need to win that tournament again to retain his World #1 ranking. In a stunning situation that would have been all-but unthinkable to the most ardent of Andy Murray supporters […] READ MORE


Milos Raonic Qualifies for the World Tour FInals

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From LastWordOnTennis, by Jason Fernandes. Starting with a fine win over Roger Federer in the Brisbane Final, 2016 has been a great year for Canadian Milos Raonic. He’s been an Australian Open semi-finalist, Indian Wells finalist, and most importantly of all a Wimbledon finalist. To end the season the World #6, he finds himself part […] READ MORE


“Big Four” Lives on Despite Stan Wawrinka’s US Open Triumph

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From LastWordOnTennis, by Niall Murray Stan Wawrinka did what very few have been able to do in 2016. Defeat Novak Djokovic. Granted the Serb has been off colour since Wimbledon, having struggled with personal issues and an ongoing wrist problem. A Djokovic defeat is rare, but a Grand Slam in which one of the “Big Four” […] READ MORE


All Aboard the Rollercoaster: What it’s Like Being a Team GB Fan

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I was asked the other day how it feels being a Team GB fan. Right now, I have to say it’s amazing and we are on cloud nine. It hasn’t always been this way. As a Brit and a Team GB supporter, follower, and fan, I have been previously used to second best. We would celebrate […] READ MORE


Pica Power and Del Potro Power, The Story of 2016 Rio Olympic Tennis

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Many fans and pundits did not have high expectations for the 2016 Rio Olympics, but their fears were not confirmed, as Rio 2016 turned out to be tennis that was full of passion, national pride, and close matches in both singles and doubles. Andy Murray of course took home the men’s singles gold, he added […] READ MORE


Olympic Tennis: Murray Fights Back in Vow for Gold

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It had the soundscape of a Davis Cup tie. British and Italian fans could be heard vying for bragging rights in Rio's tight centre court. But in this Davis Cup atmosphere, it was not to be a repeat of Fognini’s stunning 2014 Davis Cup victory. Instead, the Olympic Tennis Centre was the stage for some masterful Murray escapology. READ MORE


Rio 2016: Can Anyone Prevent a Murray vs Djokovic Gold Medal Match?

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Following a number of high-profile withdrawals, the men’s singles draw for the Rio Olympics has now been finalised. Despite diminished numbers, there are still plenty of top class players in the competition. That said, can anyone prevent what seems like an inevitable gold medal match between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic? The short answer is, […] READ MORE