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!
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!