Tagged with Bryan Brothers

Britain poised for USA challenge

Britain poised for USA challenge

This weekend’s mouth-watering tie on the clay of San Diego is sure to be an interesting watch. The USA, giants of the sport but no longer among the top dogs, entertain Great Britain, back in the Davis Cup World Group. There will be some big-hitting on the clay, which makes for tantalisingly good tie. I, … Continue reading

Double Trouble?

Double Trouble?

Yesterday I read John McEnroe’s comments in The Times on that state of the doubles game. So, has doubles outlived its usefulness? Doubles doesn’t nearly achieve the same glow to it as singles. In the piece, McEnroe tackles some of the reasons why. During his illustrious playing career, the American was equally as successful in both the … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

Bob and Mike Bryan made history at Wimbledon this year by being the first ever to achieve a Golden Slam; winning the same Grand Slam FIFTEEN times! The full match is available below. – Jacob Lee

Jamie Murray & John Peers Victorious in Houston

Jamie Murray & John Peers Victorious in Houston

27 year-old Briton Jamie Murray – with Australian doubles partner John Peers – overturned the four-time champions Bob and Mike Bryan in the Us Men’s Clay Court Championship in Houston. The Bryan Brothers are ranked first in the world, whereas Murray is ranked 16th and Peers 70th. The underdogs were awarded 250 ATP points each, … Continue reading

Monte Carlo’s on its way!

Monte Carlo’s on its way!

The Monte Carlo Masters will begin this Saturday. It’s the first clay tournament for most players as it annually marks the opening of the clay season therefore it can often be considered one of the hardest events for some players due to the immediate transition from hard court to clay. Also, it’s the first of … Continue reading