Over the course of the next couple of weeks 256 players will battle for the Australian Open titles. Out of the 256, 6 of them are Brits so who is playing down under? Kyle Edmund v Dusan Lajovic Kyle had a good week in Hobart making the quarter finals before losing to John Isner in a match where he played the better tennis. The issue for Kyle who is of course a former Australian Open semi-finalist is that Dusan Lajovic is in very good form right now. I would have to say one of the most valuable players during the … Continue reading Brit’s in Melbourne, how will the seven singles players get on?
Volume 2 of Caught The Line talks about all things, Wimbledon. With week 1 (and what a week) over, what caught the eye during the first week in London? Hurkacz again! The Pole really impressed me at Wimbledon. He went down with a fight against Djokovic and in Vol.1 we saw that dive volley in Eastbourne, well he’s gone one better this time! Hurkacz!!!(🎥@Eurosport_RU ) pic.twitter.com/RDNZuR0Yot — doublefault28 (@doublefault28) July 5, 2019 Super impressive, however earlier on in the week it didn’t go to plan… Hurkacz (info – @0riginal_osmoze)(🎥@Eurosport_RU ) pic.twitter.com/GrmRec4XJY — doublefault28 (@doublefault28) July 3, 2019 Oops! Ash Barty’s … Continue reading Caught The Line; Vol 2.
In just her second appearance at Wimbledon the 22 year old Brit has her first win down at SW19. Ranked down at 182 in the world Harriet Dart has had a good year. Her ranking has slipped as of late following a three match losing streak on the grass at home but really dug deep today and held her nerve to see off Christina McHale. Christina is just inside the top 100 in the world and has the game to cause problems. She has made the third round of all the four majors in her career and with her big … Continue reading Harriet Dart’s battles hard for her first Wimbledon win with Royalty watching on!
It’s already been a good start for the Brit’s in London and Birmingham this week. We thought we only had 7 Brit’s in singles action but James Ward has qualified at Queens winning his highest ranked match for four years. The other big news which isn’t singles related is to do with the doubles… Venus Williams is playing doubles in Birmingham. Her team mate? Harriet Dart! The 22 year old Brit is going to have the moment of her career right now playing doubles with Venus Williams what an hour! It is also good to see James Ward back in … Continue reading London & Birmingham; 8 Brits in singles action + someone is teaming up with Venus Williams!