Opinion: Why Djokovic’s covid exemption matters

Yes, I too thought we’d be rid of this blog by now, but like coronavirus, it keeps on coming back. But unlike covid-19, you can all choose to ignore this, and it matters little to me either way. A crass segue into today’s topic yes, but what else do you expect. We of course welcome […]

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OPINION: Petra’s bravery on show again and YouTube offers up rankings reminiscing

Forgive the rather convoluted, bloated headline here. Two tennis titbits caught my eye this week. Kvitova’s courage back in the spotlight Sports stars are not immune to personal attacks or tragedy. In tennis, Monica Seles and the Williams sisters are two recent examples of these respectively, all three recovered to do great things of course, […]

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OPINION: 2019 season predictions

Welcome back. In this, the first of this year’s weekly posts (every Sunday), I take a vague stab in the dark for the season ahead. Who will have a good year and who will struggle. Slam Champions Australia: Federer and Halep With Rafa and Andy still injured and Djokovic maybe still finding his feet, there […]

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OPINION: Clay season musings

A (long overdue) look at the upcoming tournaments on the red/green stuff. After the sunshine double in March, some clay tournaments have already finished of course (the green clay of Charleston saw Kiki Bertens triumph in a tough field which included Madison Keyes and Julia Georges). WOMEN So, who is looking good? Well historically the […]

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