Dreams to come true. For 15/16 years one man keeps coming back to Queens a tournament he called like a home and at the age of 35 Feliciano Lopez finally gets his hands on one of the most famous trophies in men’s tennis. Feli was ‘meant’ to lose in round one to Stan Wawrinka but saw off the Roland Garros runner up before seeing off Chardy, Dimitrov, Berdych and of course Cilic saving two match points throughout the week which has to be some record and at the age of 35 is playing some of his greatest tennis on the … Continue reading King at Queens: Feli’s dream finally comes true!
Feliciano Lopez has kept his good form going with a very solid and creative performance to see off what looked like an injured Stan Wawrinka following the Spaniard’s title win last week in Stuttgart on the grass and with this form it does make him a dangerous player. From the beginning of the match the whole feeling seemed a bit flat with if anything too comfortable for Feliciano in particular to hold serve with that big lefty serve, variety and that crafty play he brings to the court. Towards the end of the match we saw more and more brilliance … Continue reading Feliciano brings flair and craft to see of Stan
Finalist here at Queens Club last year and at Wimbledon all eyes were on Milos Raonic who showed some promising signs in set one seeing 8 break points but failing on all occasions to convert them in what was a very flat and disappointing opening set from the Canadian who didn’t move well at the back of the court with Thanasi Kokkinakis able to send passing shots past him and his net play was ineffective winning 2/5 shots but the three he didn’t win were horrific errors. The second set continued with the same theme with low key holds … Continue reading Thanasi Kokkinakis stuns a flat Milos Raonic at Queens!