Andy Murray, 2013 Wimbledon Champion!

Winning Wimbledon is one of tennis’ greatest challenges. For many years, the question was will Andy Murray do it? In an era of potentially the best three players of all time the challenge was most certainly tougher. Andy proved during his career he could battle the best and make the top three into a top... Continue Reading →

Nick Kyrgios’ Wimbledon debut!

2014 was the year Nick Kyrgios burst onto the scene. He began his year as a wildcard at the Australian Open, Nick defeated Benjamin Becker in round one before losing to Benoit Paire from two sets up. Nick went onto play a few more ATP events but starred on the Challenger circuit winning 18 of... Continue Reading →

8-7, 40-15 in the fifth…

No matter the obstacle in-front of him Novak Djokovic has always risen to the challenge. In an era of the best in Federer and Nadal he has stood up, been counted and many times come through despite the odds and in some cases the crowd being against him. Wimbledon 2019... 4 hours and 9 minutes... Continue Reading →

The Overrule – No C Word

It's a time we were meant to be enjoying Wimbledon but the usual is not happening right now, I am a little bit fed up of the C-word (not that) so in this piece of the Overrule it is a C-word free zone! Serena's doubles partner? Serena Williams' preparations for the US Open have been... Continue Reading →

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