John Isner To Skip the Australian Open

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The Australian Open has lost another big name and this time it’s 6 ft 11 American John Isner, with the Greensboro, North Carolina native set to miss the first Grand Slam of the year due to a reluctance to travel without his family. He confirmed his decision to the media after his three-set loss to […] READ MORE






Could Roger Federer Win A 21st Grand Slam in 2021?

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There is an old cliché that even a man who could turn back time would eventually run out of it. And for Roger Federer – one of the most successful and popular sportsmen of all time – who is already late into the twilight of his glorious career, that brings with it the unwelcome prospect […] READ MORE


What Does Ashleigh Barty Withdrawing Mean for the US Open?

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The USTA deserve great credit for their efforts to put on the US Open, despite a few missteps along the way. But unfortunately for the tournament’s organisers, the US Open is looking increasingly precarious. Already, the ATP warm-up event in Washington D.C. has been cancelled due to travel restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic […] READ MORE


ATP Cancels China Swing Due To Coronavirus

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This morning the ATP announced that the China Swing, which usually takes place in September and October, has been cancelled. This is due to the Chinese government issuing a directive cancelling all international sporting events in the country until 2021 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, which began in the country late last year […] READ MORE


Wimbledon Shows Way Forward With Prize Money Distribution

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Thanks in large part to the shining success of the Big Three of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, as well as Serena Williams’ stunning accomplishments, tennis has rarely been more popular. And that has been reflected in a significant growth in revenue for the sport’s authorities and a concurrent increase in prize money. […] READ MORE


ATP Announce Rankings Adjustment due to COVID-19

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The ATP have announced that they will adjust their rankings when tennis returns from the suspension caused by the coronavirus. The ATP froze their rankings on March 16th meaning that players did not drop points for the tournaments that were not played this year, including the Sunshine Double. That also meant that the weeks whilst […] READ MORE