Agnieszka Radwanska. Smart Tennis vs. Powerful Tennis

I have been watching Agnieszka Radwanska play for the last twelve years. The first time that I saw her was when she was playing an ITF tournament in Minsk when she was 16. I remember really well how surprised I … Continue reading

Outfought rather than outthought – Serena Williams claims another Wimbledon title

Today’s guest post is courtesy of Malek Murison.  As a general rule, in high level sport, the margins between victory and defeat are incredibly fine, with mistakes or moments of brilliance often enough to decide close contests. This is never truer … Continue reading

Top 3 Potential Future Wimbledon Champions

Top 3 Potential Future Wimbledon Champions The big four in the men’s game are not yet on their last legs, but this year’s Wimbledon offers a glimpse into the future and the potential to see a new champion. Roger Federer … Continue reading

David Ferrer Withdrawal Means James Ward Can Go on Good Run

David Ferrer withdrawal means James Ward can go on good run While the withdrawal from Wimbledon of David Ferrer was a hit to fans of the Spaniard, players in his section of the draw will be delighted, particularly his original … Continue reading

Who Will Win Wimbledon 2015?

Who will win Wimbledon 2015? The Championships, Wimbledon or simply Wimbledon, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, and is widely considered the most prestigious. It has been held at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London since 1877. … Continue reading