Dan Evans Must Translate Team Heroics Into Individual Achievement

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The mighty Rafael Nadal aside, it is arguable that no-one in the world has played better tennis in the last two months than Dan Evans. The problem for Britain’s current No. 1 (who will continue to occupy that position until Andy Murray fully returns from injury) is that he has played all that superb tennis […] READ MORE


Ten Things To Look Forward To In Tennis In The 2020s: Part 2

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Having looked back at both the highlights and lowlights of the last decade, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, now looks ahead to the next decade – the 2020s – and identifies 10 things that we can hopefully look forward to in the future development of tennis. Here are the final five. Serena Williams Matching […] READ MORE


Ten Things To Look Forward To In Tennis In The 2020s: Part 1

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Having looked back at both the highlights and lowlights of the last decade, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, now looks ahead to the next decade – the 2020s – and identifies 10 things that we can hopefully look forward to in the future. Andy Murray Making A Full Comeback To The ATP Tour Embed […] READ MORE


Ten Terrible Things About Tennis In The 2010s: Part 2

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In a four-part series to end the 2019 season, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, looks back not just at the last year but at the last decade in tennis. This week, he continues to examine the downsides of the last decade. The Major Failure of an Entire Generation of Male Players (Marin Cilic excepted) […] READ MORE


Ten Terrible Things About Tennis In The 2010s: Part 1

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In a four-part series to end the 2019 season, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, looks back not just at the last year but at the last decade in tennis. This week, he looks at ten lowlights from tennis in the 2010s. In the men’s game, the 2010s were – sadly – the decade in […] READ MORE


Ten Terrific Things About Tennis In The 2010s: Part 2

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In a four-part series to end the 2019 season, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, looks back not just at the last year but at the last decade in tennis. This week, he examines ten highlights from tennis in the 2010s. Andy Murray’s Two Wimbledon Wins Embed from Getty Images Of course, for any British […] READ MORE


Ten Terrific Things About Tennis In The 2010s: Part 1

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In a four-part series to end the 2019 season, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, looks back not just at the last year but at the last decade in tennis. This week, he examines ten highlights from tennis in the 2010s. The 2010s can be viewed as the second part of the true Golden Age […] READ MORE


Why Can’t We Have A REAL Tennis World Cup?

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The Davis Cup loves to describe itself as “The World Cup of Tennis”. Indeed, it has copyrighted that very phrase and proudly proclaims it from its website, especially in the wake of Spain’s first victory in the new, week-long format that has just finished in Madrid. However, using its own business logic, the Davis Cup […] READ MORE