Andy Murray tests positive for COVID-19

Over the next couple of days more flights from six destinations will head to Melbourne on chartered flights put on by Tennis Australia. Flights are operating on around 25% capacity and aim to bring about 1300 players and their teams of two to Melbourne Park to begin their two week isolation. Unfortunately one player who... Continue Reading →

50 years of the ATP Finals

Over the last 50 years over 14 cities around the globe have played host to the ATP Finals. It began in Tokyo in 1970, Stan Smith beat Rod Laver to win the first title. Paris, Barcelona, Melbourne, New York and Shanghai amongst others hosted before moving to London in 2009. 50 years and 25 champions... Continue Reading →

A year on from Andy Murray’s win in Antwerp we didn’t know where we’d be, we didn’t expect 2020 to unfold as it has but what could we expect in 2021 as the Brit’s season looks all but over

Over the years I have shouted and even cried with joy watching Andy Murray beat the best and win some of the biggest titles this incredible sport has to offer. The sport is more than just supporting a player and watching them lift trophies but also the journey in the sport, bouncing back and those... Continue Reading →

Day 1 at Roland Garros

It has been a wild opening day at Roland Garros in the Autumn, history has been made as the first match was played under the new Phillipe Chatrier roof on a day of upsets, bad weather, big performances and even a walk-off! Vika sails through despite walk-off After taking a 2-1 lead early this morning... Continue Reading →

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