The talking points ahead of the final major of the year 🗽

The final major of the year is here. With the main draw not even underway at Flushing Meadows the stories coming out have been pretty big. Serena v Maria Where do I start? First round at the US Open where they’ve never played before we have two of the greatest battling it out. Serena leads the H2H at 19-2 and the two haven’t played since Melbourne in 2016. Read more about the match-up and other interesting round one clashes below; All Eyes On… Amanda Anisimova On this piece I wrote here (below) during Cincinnati I spoke about some Americans to … Continue reading The talking points ahead of the final major of the year 🗽

Cincinnati talking points; Keys, Kuznetsova, Kenin, Osaka & others…

Cincinnati is home to one of the most favoured theme parks in the America, Kings Island. Many tennis players head down there including Serena Williams on Sunday but the tennis produced some of the most brilliant rollercoaster moments over the week. Welcome back Kuznetsova! There were concerns not long ago whether we would see Kuznetsova in the USA after visa troubles made her miss Washington and couldn’t defend her title but got it sorted to be in Toronto and to pick up her wildcard in Cincinnati. The Russian is an experienced player who had a tough time with injuries and … Continue reading Cincinnati talking points; Keys, Kuznetsova, Kenin, Osaka & others…

Kenin, Anisimova, Fritz, Gauff & McNally; American’s looking to make a mark in New York!

The highest ranked American on the combined tours right now is Serena Williams but despite being 37 the 23 time major champion is still on top but sadly won’t be here forever. Who should we be looking out for in the future but also at the US Open? Sofia Kenin The 20 year old is having a very good season. She has just broken top 25 in the world and I like her fearless and no nonsense approach. She’s won titles in Hobart and Mallorca this year on the singles tour with also a doubles title in Auckland with Eugenie … Continue reading Kenin, Anisimova, Fritz, Gauff & McNally; American’s looking to make a mark in New York!