GB’s Davis Cup Heroics Outstrip Even Portugal’s Euro 2016 Win

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For fans of team sports, there have been two outstanding examples of team performance this summer. More specifically team performance in the absence of that team’s star player.  The first was Portugal’s defeat of France in the Euro 2016 final without Cristiano Ronaldo. He is their captain, leader and all-round inspiration. The second was Great Britain’s […] READ MORE


Does Doubles Receive Enough Coverage?

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Does doubles receive enough coverage on television and in the media? Considering the widespread coverage of singles, it does not. As the television and media outlets do not broadcast a lot of doubles, it is hardly the fans’ fault that they see more singles. Unlike the top players on the men’s and ladies’ tours, the top […] READ MORE



Jamie Murray Soares without his Peers

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When Jamie Murray announced back in November that he was splitting from partner John Peers, most people were left scratching their heads. The pair had reached consecutive Grand Slam finals and qualified for the World Tour Finals for the first time. So why make a change? We are now one month and three tournaments into […] READ MORE


British History Being Made At The 2016 Australian Open

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The last time a British woman was in a Grand Slam Semifinal was back in 1983. The lady in question was Jo Durie at that years US Open. Since then British women have failed to make deep Grand Slam runs, but Johanna Konta ,the British #1, changed that. Konta had taken some big scalps on her way […] READ MORE


Nigel Sears on the Day the Tennis took a Back Seat

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Day six of the Australian Open, with lots of matches to catch up with due to the disrupted schedule of the day before all the players managed to get onto the courts to play their matches. However, one story today has made the tennis take a back seat. Whilst the evening matches of Ana Ivanovic […] READ MORE




Jamie vs Andy: Murray Brothers Set For First Tour Clash

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Less than a month ago Jamie and Andy Murray teamed up to win the doubles rubber of their Davis Cup quarterfinal clash against France, eventually sending Great Britain into the semi-finals for the first time in 34 years. Wednesday, though, they are divided, as the Murray brothers are pitted against each other for the first […] READ MORE


2015 Davis Cup Quarterfinal GB v FRA

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So with Wimbledon over, grass court tennis is finished, right? wrong. There is more this weekend with the Davis Cup quarterfinals taking place. This will preview Davis Cup quarter final Great Britian v France to be held at The Queens Club in London. The teams have been announced for the tie. GB are sticking with […] READ MORE