Brit’s in Melbourne, how will the seven singles players get on?

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?

Andy Murray misses scheduled annual trip to Crandon Park as Kyle Edmund begins his 2020 preparations!

A routine for Andy Murray is a scheduled visit to Crandon Park to begin his season. Crandon Park up until this year was the home of the Miami Open which takes place in March following Indian Wells as part of the sunshine double. Murray is a former two time Miami Open champion at Crandon Park but has missed his scheduled training block out in Miami. Andy has had groin injury that has been lingering about since before the Davis Cup Finals where he only featured in one match which he won as Great Britain made it to the semi-finals. This … Continue reading Andy Murray misses scheduled annual trip to Crandon Park as Kyle Edmund begins his 2020 preparations!

A week in Paris always leaves us with plenty to think about as the season edges towards the finale!

The final Masters 1000 event of the year has come to an end. Not only is it the final one of the year but also of the decade. At the home of the Cirque Du Soleil in Paris the ATP tour made it’s final stop of the year as the players look to end their season on a high. Who left Paris on a high and who left with something to think about going into the off season? Khachanov’s early exit Defending any title is a tough thing to do on the tour. I didn’t expect Karen to but I … Continue reading A week in Paris always leaves us with plenty to think about as the season edges towards the finale!

Edmund see’s off Schwartzman and you wouldn’t rule him out against an unconvincing Djokovic!

Coming into your last tournament of the year on the back of eight straight defeats and potentially finishing the year outside the top 80 was a scary prospect for Kyle Edmund but the Brit has looked so invested in his opening two matches at the Paris Masters. Tuesday saw an impressive 6-4 6-3 win against Ricardas Berankis who came through qualifying. The Brit looked strong and at home on the court which is something we haven’t seen this year. It was one of those performances where you say if you could bottle it then it would be great. Role on … Continue reading Edmund see’s off Schwartzman and you wouldn’t rule him out against an unconvincing Djokovic!

Kyle Edmund snaps his 8 match losing streak!

There hasn’t been a time for a while where we could say Kyle Edmund is through to round two but at the last Masters 1000 event of the year he is! His recent run of form had seen him drop down to 75 in the world struggling for wins and confidence in a period which saw him split from his coach Mark Hilton. Since the split he has had former coach and Davis Cup coach Colin Beecher travelling with him and was also joined by Leon Smith in the stands today. The Great Britain Davis Cup captain does have one … Continue reading Kyle Edmund snaps his 8 match losing streak!

6th defeat on the bounce, Kyle Edmund’s exit in Shanghai and no show in Antwerp leaves him potentially outside the top 70!

He was British number one but Kyle Edmund is set to fall out the top 70 in the world after his sixth defeat on the bounce. The former world number 14 has had a tough year which began with an injury at the Australian Open and just hasn’t kicked on since. He has had a lot of changes with his main coach Frederik Rosengren retiring in February and has recently split with Mark Hilton too. Colin Beecher who worked with Kyle between 2011-2014 and has been a coach on the Davis Cup team has joined him on a temporary basis. … Continue reading 6th defeat on the bounce, Kyle Edmund’s exit in Shanghai and no show in Antwerp leaves him potentially outside the top 70!

How a challenger at Indian Wells was meant to kickstart Kyle Edmund’s season but he hasn’t got out of first gear!

Following a career high of 14 in the world twelve months ago this has not been the season Kyle Edmund would have hoped for. I think it’s fair to say this is now in the ‘save you season’ stage following a difficult year. Kyle began his year with a withdrawal from Melbourne and missed the next couple of months with an injury. The Brit came back to tennis but on the challenger circuit to begin with at Indian Wells and won the event winning against Andrey Rublev in the final. This was meant to be the kickstarter that gets the … Continue reading How a challenger at Indian Wells was meant to kickstart Kyle Edmund’s season but he hasn’t got out of first gear!