The Overrule: Heading to New York

Andy Murray receives Cincinnati wildcard Former champion Andy Murray who won his first Masters 1000 title in Cincinnati back in 2008 will be returning after being granted a wildcard for the tournament. There was talk a week or so ago that Murray would be keener for a wildcard into qualifying as he wanted matches but... Continue Reading →

The Overrule

The return to tennis is imminent. WTA events in Palermo in early August followed by Prague and Kentucky will kick off the restart. Due to more cancellations the ATP tour's return has been hit and won't return until the joint Cincinnati event held in New York. There are more restrictions in place making it tougher... Continue Reading →

Trip to New York? Tough sell…

The situation in America is not improving, New York does however have a greater hold on the situation than other states but there are serious concerns and doubts from the top players about heading to the US Open. The restrictions in place limit what the players can do when not competing on site, they only... Continue Reading →

Wheelchair Tennis at the US Open to go ahead!

A week ago the US Open announced plans for their 2020 event to be held behind closed doors. No reasoning, consultation or even compensation was spoken about for the wheelchair athletes after cancelling their event. There was no communication in a shaming handling of the situation. Dylan Alcott called them out for discrimination and other... Continue Reading →

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