Andy Murray may face his older brother Jamie

Andy Murray may face his older Brother Jamie in the third round

Andy Murray return to Wimbledon could see him face his older brother Jamie in the third round of the men’s doubles. Rafael Nadal is in the same half of the men’s singles as eight-time champion Roger Federer – and could play Nick Kyrgios in the second round. British men’s number one Kyle Edmund, seeded 30th, […]

Roger Federer 100th Ttle Tour

Roger Federer has won his 100th ATP Tour title

Roger Federer has won his 100th ATP Tour title at the Dubai Tennis Championships – 6,600 days after winning his very first in Milan. The 37-year-old Swiss – a 20-time Grand Slam champion – beat Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4 6-4. Federer’s first ATP title came at the Milan Indoors on 4 February 2001, when he […]

better life expectancy

Tennis no.1 Sport for Increasing Life Expectancy

Tennis tops list of sports for increasing life expectancy The social connection might be the secret to sport’s longevity benefits. Sports to the most significant boosts in life expectancy all take two or more individuals to play them.  A local tennis court might seem an unlikely website for eternal youth. However not according to new research […]

Murray is back on track for Brisbane 2019

Andy Murray: “I’m getting more powerful every day and will be ready for 2019.” Tennis Today – November 8, 2018 Former world primary Andy Murray has provided an upgrade on his fitness, insisting he is feeling much better every day and will be ready for his 2019 season opener in Brisbane. Murray made erratic looks […]

Davis Cup reforms to provide ‘additional $25m a year for tennis advancement’

The Davis Cup can become the one definitive group event in tennis, says the president of the International Tennis Federation. David Haggerty has brokered a brand-new offer to reform the competition, which he says will offer an extra $25m a year for tennis advancement all over the world. Nevertheless, the ATP is planning to hold […]

Will Halep win?

WOMEN’S US OPEN: WILL HALEP PREVAIL OR DOES PARITY WIN OUT?

Simona Halep, will she win? by: Vincent Stevens August 24, 2018 In a season of parity, do we finally have a clear favorite among the women at a Grand Slam event? Simona Halep, the top seed, and French Open champion would seem to deserve that billing at Flushing Meadows; judging by her draw, though, parity […]

Andy Murray #839 in World Rankings

The former world number one has struck his floor in the rankings considering that turning professional in 2005   Andy Murray is now the British guys’ number 23 after his continuing injury issues indicated he plunged to 839 in the current world rankings. The former world top fell 690 places in Monday’s list after his […]

Madrid Open: Kyle Edmund

Madrid Open: Kyle Edmund beats David Goffin

Kyle Edmund won over David Goffin Vincent Stevens – Edmund will move into the world’s leading 20 for the very first time after the Madrid Open.  British number one Kyle Edmund backed up his win over Novak Djokovic with a trendy victory over world number 10 David Goffin at the Madrid Open. Edmund, 23, subdued the […]

Zverev lose over Isner

John Isner beats Alexander Zverev: Miami Open

Miami Open: John Isner beats Alexander Zverev to win very first Masters 1,000 title (Tennis Open) – Vincent Stevens Isner had lost three previous Masters 1,000 finals before winning in Miami American John Isner won his first ever Masters 1,000 title with a 6-7 (4-7) 6-4 6-4 triumph over German Alexander Zverev in the Miami […]

Johanna Konta beats Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova

Dubai Duty Free Championships 2018

Johanna Konta beats Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova at Dubai Duty Free Championships. Johanna Konta is the world number 12 British number one Johanna Konta reached the last 16 of the Dubai Duty-Free Championships with a straight-set win over Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. Konta, the world number 12 and seventh seed, beat the Russian 7-6 (7-2) 6-2 to become the […]