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

Nick Saviano: From the 12’s Eddie Herr to Wimbledon Finalist and #7 in the World

Nick Saviano: “From the 12’s Eddie Herr to Wimbledon finalist and #7 in the World, so happy for Genie and so very proud to be her coach.” Congratulations to Genie Bouchard and our tennis expert Nick Saviano! Work hard, believe … Continue reading

Wimbledon Champion Marion Bartoli Announced Retirement from Tennis

No one expected that Marion Bartoli who recently won her first Grand Slam would retire from the tennis tour. But she did. Here is the post of Chris Chase, USA TODAY Sports: “Wimbledon champ Marion Bartoli announces retirement”. Marion Bartoli … Continue reading

Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray: “Crowd Helped Me Win Brutal Contest”

The Olympic and US Open champion Andy Murray smashed the 77-year jinx for a British player to claim the men’s title by defeating No.1 Novak Djokovic in the final. Here is an interesting article ‘Crowd helped me win brutal contest’ … Continue reading