What Next For Laura Robson?

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Is tennis the sport that broke a thousand hips? It must seem like that to British tennis fans, after they learned this week that Laura Robson has followed Andy Murray in having hip problems so severe that she will have to undergo a third hip operation at some point in the near future. Tennis is […] READ MORE


Match Analysis: Aryna Sabalenka wins Abu Dhabi Open final

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Aryna Sabalenka won the Abu Dhabi Open last Wednesday, defeating Veronika Kudermetova 6-2 6-2 in the final of the WTA 500 event. In doing so, Sabalenka extends several ongoing streaks. She has won 15 matches in a row, picked up her third consecutive title (she also won the Ostrava and Linz Opens) and has not […] READ MORE


Sara Sorribes Tormo Shows Heart Once Again in Abu Dhabi

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If you watched Sara Sorribes Tormo on match point of her second round win against Bernarda Pera, you would have thought it was early in the first set. Sorribes Tormo was displaying her usual high energy level and fighting spirit. Yet, it was far, far from the beginning of the opening set. Sorribes Tormo was […] READ MORE


Extraordinary Field of Players at Ostrava Open

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First and foremost, the J&T Banka Ostrava Open is full of star stellar players. In its inaugural year it is jam packed with the top players from around the world. With just a few tournaments left in the women’s calendar, the players will look to play as much tennis as they can. Here are the […] READ MORE


What happened to CiCi Bellis?

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Catherine ‘CiCi’ Bellis announced her arrival onto the world stage at the age of just 15 by beating Dominika Cibulkova, then ranked inside the world’s top 20, at the US Open in 2014. She then went on to reach a career-high ranking of world #35. But Bellis’ path forward since has been anything but straightforward […] READ MORE


The Top 10 WTA Players on Grass in the 2010s

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The Grass Was Greener on Their Side: Part 1  The Top 10 WTA Players on Grass in the 2010s. The U.S. Open last week announced it intends to begin on its originally scheduled date Thus, the ATP and WTA tour calendars are shaping out to resume competition in early August. In a normal calendar year though, […] READ MORE


Sofia Kenin: Best of the Best in Melbourne

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With her comeback victory over two time Grand Slam champion and former world No. 1, Garbiñe Muguruza this weekend, Sofia Kenin was crowned the best of the best at the 2020 Australian Open in Melbourne, Australia. ‘This is just an honour,” said the 21-year-old American in her post match presser after winning her maiden Grand […] READ MORE



Simona Halep: Striving For Greatness

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There’s a famous saying which suggests nothing great ever comes easy. And that is something that resonates with Simona Halep. After losing in her first three Grand Slam finals, there were some tennis observers who thought winning a major just wasn’t meant to be for Halep. But the newly crowned Wimbledon champion has proven her […] READ MORE


Ashleigh Barty: ‘The stars have aligned a little bit for me’

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BIRMINGHAM– Ashleigh Barty won her ninth match in a row as she defeated an unsettled Jennifer Brady 6-3 6-1 in a match that was consistently delayed due to rain. Barty impressed in her first match back on the grass in the first round, showing her effortless transition to a new surface, but I feel like […] READ MORE