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Murray Christmas

Murray Christmas

On Sunday Andy Murray was named as the BBC’s 60th Sports Personality of the Year, claiming an overwhelming 56% of the votes. He received more votes than the rest of top ten put together. A convincing win, you could say. Prior to the annual event it was announced that the Wimbledon champion would not attend … Continue reading

Murray’s operation could shape his year

Murray’s operation could shape his year

Another year and another Grand Slam from Andy Murray. A habit? Yes please! The Brit provided us with an historic moment to cherish at Wimbledon this year. A word or two on that first; it was a huge achievement of hard work. The watching public purveyed relief of 77 years of pain, woeful misses and … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

Andy Murray received his OBE yesterday. Today he has a further honour; featuring in TPFTennis’s Classic Match of the Week! Instead of picking the fantastic Wimbledon final of this year (which will no doubt be featured at a later date), I have decided to pick his quarter-final victory over Fernando Verdasco. Perhaps more overshadowed by … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

Serena Williams will end the year as the WTA world number one regardless of any further results. She has won three of the four slams this year. To commemorate her guaranteeing a third year as ending as No 1, this week’s Classic is her first Wimbledon triumph –  back in 2002. – Nathan Morley

Murray Misses Out

Everyone in Britain was hoping for Andy Murray to retain his US Open title to cap off the year after his dream Wimbledon win. However, he admitted he got a bit giddy after becoming arguably the best British tennis player in 77 years, and had been celebrating more than training in the 41 days leading … Continue reading

Why can’t Nadal cut it on grass?

Why can’t Nadal cut it on grass?

Rafael Nadal is an interesting tennis player, never before has there been someone whose game and style are affected so much by the court’s surface. To learn why he’s so much better on the clay, we have to delve back I to his early tennis career. At age 12, the Spaniard won the national and … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

Nearly two weeks on from Wimbledon concluding, we’re still missing the historic event and all the amazing matches it throws up. This year, one that will remain in my memory for times to come is the incredible semi-final between Juan Martin del Potro and Novak Djokovic. Watch it again below, in three separate parts. Eventually … Continue reading