What has Happened to David Goffin?

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David Goffin was as high as world #7 in 2017, but a real slump in form has seen Goffin drop down the rankings and in danger of falling out the Top 100. David Goffin Goes South David Goffin is suffering from a real slump in form at the moment. Having progressed nicely up into the […] READ MORE



Davis Cup Demonstrates Again Djokovic’s Unique Resilience

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There are many reasons to dislike the new Davis Cup. Its scheduling at the end of the season inevitably means that many of the best male players do not take part, either through injury or exhaustion; its near invisibility as an event, including minimal broadcast coverage even in major European markets, renders any claim that […] READ MORE


A Brief History of International Team Tennis Tournaments

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Ahead of the ATP Cup next week, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, takes a look at the history of international team tennis tournaments, from the Grandaddy of them all – The Davis Cup – to the newest arrivals, like the ATP Cup itself. Tennis may be the greatest individual sport, but it also has […] READ MORE


Henri Leconte Reveals “The Lowest Point Of My Life”

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Former world #5 Henri Leconte was in good spirits at his office in Luxembourg as he spoke exclusively to me on The Double Bagel Tennis Podcast last week, and of course given the current circumstances, we talked virtually through Zoom. The 56-year-old Frenchman is living “in his second life” right now, as he believes when […] READ MORE



Tennis Matches with Record-Breaking Attendance

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Tennis is ranked as the fourth most popular sport in the world. It is estimated to have around a billion fans across the globe. The ATP and WTA tours have attracted excellent attendance. Fans have also found online casinos like Betway provide an avenue to put a stake on their best players.  Compared to football and cricket […] READ MORE


Andrey Rublev is Reaping Rewards from Coaching Stability

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If you are unsure about who to give your unofficial “ATP Player of the Month Award” in January, Andrey Rublev is a heck of a candidate. The Russian gunslinger is the man of the hour on the men’s tour, having captured both the Doha and Adelaide titles. He enters the Australian Open third round with […] 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