Is Radwanska about to call it a day?

The worst thing about this time of the year is that changes happen on the tour. Nothing has been confirmed yet but it is looking and sounding like Agnieszka Radwanska could retire before the end of the year. The Pole has been one of the tours great entertainers over the year, no one produces magic quite like the former Wimbledon finalist who has fought so hard in her career and has always been in that bracket of could win a major but it never happened for her but no matter where she played she drew a crowd. When I first … Continue reading Is Radwanska about to call it a day?

The last stop (for most) before New York πŸ—½

The US Open is just around the corner, for the majority of players this is the last calling card before a trip to New York. Cincinnati always draws the crowds and has done again this year with the best due to play. Following Cincinnati a week in New Haven (ladies) and Winston Salem (men’s) is on offer but most of the top players will want to be on site a week before so will head over to Flushing Meadows. Roger Federer is back having not competed since Wimbledon, how are his New York preparations going? He will play either Sousa … Continue reading The last stop (for most) before New York πŸ—½

Wimbledon 🎾 Day 3 – Serena and Venus πŸ’ͺ🏻 Vika, Woz & Aga 😞 Donna and Daniil😎 Pliskova πŸ‘ŒπŸ» Keys πŸ‘πŸ»

Serena & Venus win! A very good day at the office for Serena and Venus Williams. A day which saw Serena secure her 139th career win at SW19 and for Venus her 147th career win. Serena was soo much better than in her opening round win. She moved so much better and was hitting winners for fun. The wind on Monday did play a factor and it did bother her but she looked much more in control today and it did take her a couple of matches at Roland Garros to get going and it is a massive bonus she … Continue reading Wimbledon 🎾 Day 3 – Serena and Venus πŸ’ͺ🏻 Vika, Woz & Aga 😞 Donna and Daniil😎 Pliskova πŸ‘ŒπŸ» Keys πŸ‘πŸ»

Wimbledon 🎾 Day 1 – Dimitrov πŸ‘ŽπŸ» Federer & Serena 🐐 Donna πŸ˜† Borna 😭 Svitolina πŸ€”

Day 1 of Wimbledon has come to a close. A day which delivered so many talking points to get through! Dimitrov crashing out They say that a moment changes the course of a match and early on when Wawrinka led 40-0 on serve and was broken and then lost the set 6-1 the three time former champion came back to win in four sets, a really disappointing finish for Dimitrov who surely has to now look at what happens next? πŸπŸ˜€ A good day at the office for the GOATS. Federer and Serena we’re both in action this afternoon and … Continue reading Wimbledon 🎾 Day 1 – Dimitrov πŸ‘ŽπŸ» Federer & Serena 🐐 Donna πŸ˜† Borna 😭 Svitolina πŸ€”

The ladies who could be a danger at Wimbledon!

Wimbledon, the biggest tennis tournament in the world where the best shine but who will be a danger in the draw? Kiki Bertens Kiki brings a strong and solid style to the baseline. At 6 foot the 26 year old has had her best year on the tour with her steely style of tennis from the baseline she is a dangerous player who doesn’t seem to let occasions bother her. I certainly think that Kiki could be one to watch her at Wimbledon as a seeded player she could cause some trouble. Mihaela Buzarnescu Mihaela is the story of the … Continue reading The ladies who could be a danger at Wimbledon!

Aga 3-6 6-2 6-3 Halep – Aga shows her best as Halep falters again!

World number one Simona Halep is out of Miami. The Romanian ran into Agnieszka Radwanska who since her big week in Singapore in 2016 has not delivered. As a WTA Finals champion, 20 time singles champion and former Wimbledon finalist she knows how to perform on the biggest stages just a shame that she hasn’t taken her game to that next level since Singapore in 2016 and last year her ranking tumbled and it became the first time in her career she finished the year without a top 10 win! Halep started the better she began to find the forehand … Continue reading Aga 3-6 6-2 6-3 Halep – Aga shows her best as Halep falters again!

40th on route to Singapore, Wimbledon dream looks unlikely for one former finalist!

At a time where the women’s draw is wide open opportunity knocks and for former Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanska you would have thought would be one of those looking for that opportunity but so far it’s been a horrendous season for the former world number 2 now at 10 in the world comes into Wimbledon with a 11-10 win/loss ratio after her defeat to Lauren Davis in Eastbourne where she is usually effective on the grass but lasted not long over an hour into the week. There are moments in a career where you think this could propel a player … Continue reading 40th on route to Singapore, Wimbledon dream looks unlikely for one former finalist!