Andy Murray Marks Comeback with Queen’s Doubles Title

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Andy Murray announced in January his tearful retirement plans. It was thought to be the end of his career. The Brit opted for life-changing hip resurfacing surgery, the same as Bob Bryan had. Murray is now pain-free and able to do normal everyday things. Playing with his children, walking the dog. Even tying his shoelaces […] READ MORE



WTA Nature Valley Classic: A Big Tournament Preview

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With the Nature Valley Classic main draw just around the corner I took an in-depth look into the chances of some of the players going far on the grass this week. Johanna Konta looks to kick on after a stellar clay court season. Embed from Getty Images Johanna Konta will be one of the main […] READ MORE


How The Brits will fare at Roland Garros

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  Qualifying for Roland Garros has started, the main event is just around the corner. Last Word on Tennis takes a look at how the Brits will get on in Paris.   With Andy Murray out of contention due to injury, there are not many Brits around to fill the void. We will take a […] READ MORE



Andy Murray’s Top Ten Shots

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Following on from the top 10 list of Andy Murray’s best matches, here we look at Top shots by Andy Murray. Disclaimer: These are the ones I believe are the best, others are free to disagree. Starting again earlier in his career, the shot we look at first is from 2010 in Melbourne. Playing against […] READ MORE


Andy Murray’s Top Ten Matches

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With Andy Murray announcing that he will retire from Tennis this year, there have been many top matches involving the former world number one. I’m going to start with a disclaimer. These are the matches I’ve chosen that represent the best or funniest moments on a tennis court with Sir Andy Murray. Having turned professional […] READ MORE


ATP Year in Review Rank 11-15 Including Kyle Edmund

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Our review of the individual 2018 ATP seasons for the year end top 50 rolls on with a look at the 11-15 ranking spots. In this group are a crop of rising talents including British #1 Kyle Edmund and Davis Cup champion Borna Coric. You can check out our look at the 16-20 ranked players […] READ MORE


Heather Watson’s Revival Bubble Still Afloat at WTA Quebec

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It’s been a tough old year for British number 3, Heather Watson. The Brit has dropped to behind Jo Konta and Katie Boulter in the nation’s standings. At the National Bank Cup, Quebec her recent upturn in form is gathering needed momentum. Heather Watson’s Finally Showing Some Form This Season Heather Watson now holds an […] READ MORE