Sometimes the death of an individual is enough to signify the end of an era, and so it is with Peter McNamara and doubles tennis. McNamara, who died earlier this week, was one of the last major tennis players to grow up playing both singles and doubles, and although he achieved considerable success in singles, […] READ MORE
Tag: ATP Doubles
Can Wimbledon Doubles Title Help Jack Sock Turn Season Around?
It’s clear from what we’ve seen recently that if Jack Sock wanted to be number one in the world in doubles, he could certainly do it. Sock has four doubles titles on the ATP tour this season, all with different partners. In Delray Beach, Sock won his first doubles title of the season with childhood […] READ MORE
Milos Raonic and Denis Shapovalov to Team Up in Brisbane
The first week of the ATP World Tour is always intriguing for many reasons. We get to see an early glimpse of who has improved over the brutal off season, and we also get to see who failed to maximise their training time. Another fascinating aspect of week one on the tour is that players […] READ MORE
The Five Greatest Men’s Doubles Pairings
Famous Five: After Federer and Nadal teamed up for Team Europe in the Laver Cup last weekend, we look back at the five greatest men’s doubles pairings in tennis history. Theoretically, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, who successfully paired up for Team Europe in the inaugural Laver Cup last weekend, are the greatest men’s doubles […] READ MORE