Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Day 2 Matches–Including Wozniacki/Kuznetsova

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We’re back for the second day of the biggest tournament in tennis. There are so many amazing matches on the slate that we couldn’t think of just five–we have six for you today. Predicting today are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), editor Steen Kirby, and contributor John Lupo. Panelists’ Predictions 2016 Wimbledon Women’s Day 2 Roberta Vinci […] READ MORE


Brits Johanna Konta and Heather Watson exit the Aegon Classic on Day 5

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Both British representatives exited the Aegon Classic on Day 5. It was a disappointing day for Johanna Konta and Heather Watson, with both going out in the second round. Watson lost her respective match in straight sets 7-5 6-4 to Barbora Strycova, a good all-court player. One of the elements to Heather Watson’s game that is […] READ MORE



Giorgi aims to spoil the British party in Birmingham

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Heather Watson faces Italian tennis player Camila Giorgi in one of the matches of the day in the Aegon Classic on Monday. The players have met twice before on the WTA circuit, with Giorgi winning the first meeting in 2012 and Watson claiming her first win in Indian Wells last year. As much as it […] READ MORE




Johanna Konta – British Number One Keeps on Improving

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Johanna Konta, the British Number one, who had an amazing end to the 2015 season, has started the 2016 season in the same manner. At the end of last season the Brit had faced three top ten players and had defeated them all. The most impressive was in Wuhan where she over came the #WR2 […] READ MORE


How High Can Johanna Konta Go?

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Johanna Konta is currently on an amazing run of form. Since taking on her mind coach the Brit has seen her tennis improve enormously. In Eastbourne Konta had a run all the way to the quarterfinal before losing out to Belinda Bencic. The Brit started the season ranked down in the 100s but has made […] READ MORE


Can Johanna Konta Spark Heather Watson Back Into Life?

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Another first round, another defeat for Heather Watson as she bowed out of the Korea Open last week against Elizaveta Kulichkova, and again on Monday against Jelena Jankovic.  She has five first round defeats in her last six tournaments. Since coming within two points of defeating Serena Williams on the grass of Wimbledon, the Guernsey-born […] READ MORE


Tennis and Mononucleosis: A match made in hell

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Over the years, we as tennis aficionados have become accustomed to the development of mononucleosis (also known as glandular fever) within tennis, more recognizably on the grandest of stages among professional athletes. Many a victim to this disease haven’t recovered, although it can be counter argued that a selection of professional tennis players in their […] READ MORE