Determination, Drive and David Goffin; the drama of the Davis Cup

The weekend of the Davis Cup World Group Semi finals has brought us passionate players, captains and spectators, tight, tense singles matches,  dominant doubles wins and a lot of emotions. France and Belgium conquered, leaving plenty of amazing tennis from all teams to look back on. All four countries played with determination and focus and…… Continue reading Determination, Drive and David Goffin; the drama of the Davis Cup

Flushing meadows: a forecast

As the final Grand Slam of the year approaches the world of tennis is faced with the possibility of a new player emerging from the rankings to take the trophy. In a wave of injuries and disappointments the US open has lost five of the top eight players in the men’s draw, the final of…… Continue reading Flushing meadows: a forecast

5 Wimbledon highlights

Reminiscing a week on. Wimbledon’s best five moments. 1.Muller defeats Nadal in a gripping five sets After winning the French Open without dropping a set, and sweeping through his first three rounds, Nadal was set as a firm favourite, at least in my eyes. Even down two sets it was hard to see him not…… Continue reading 5 Wimbledon highlights