Tagged with Champions

The Business End of the Australian Open

The Business End of the Australian Open

We’re now well into the final week of the Australian Open, and we’re down to the last four, incidentally with only one from the ATP top four ranked players – Rafael Nadal. It is very unusual for one in particular, Novak Djokovic to be absent from the final, not to mention the semi-finals, as over … Continue reading

The Big Australian Open Preview

The Big Australian Open Preview

Can Nadal overcome Djokovic’s dominance down under?  I think that Novak Djokovic will triumph at this year’s Australian Open. Four times a champion and the winner in each of the last three years, he always produces in Melbourne and I can see that continuing. The draw has been kind to the Serb, another reason for … Continue reading

LUCKY 77 FOR ANDY MURRAY!

LUCKY 77 FOR ANDY MURRAY!

After 77 years without a home champion at Wimbledon, Andy Murray cured the British heartache in a straight sets victory taking just three hours and nine minutes. It was a very bumpy road to the final for Andy, as it took a five sets to beat veteran Fernando Verdasco. We were feeling worried at two … Continue reading

Quote of the week

Quote of the week

“The only way I could beat Novak Djokovic is by taking him out in the locker room.” That was Andre Agassi, giving Novak Djokovic a burst of confidence during this year’s Australian Open.

#AusOpen: THE FINAL

#AusOpen: THE FINAL

The number one and three seed of the Australian Open battled it out yesterday for the 2013 title. Novak Djokovic had won the tournament in 2008, 2011 and 2012. He knew that a win would equal the record for the most Australian Opens in the modern era, a win would put him on level terms … Continue reading

#AusOpen: Murray Minces the Master

#AusOpen: Murray Minces the Master

Two of the world’s very best tennis dates battled it out on Rod Laver Arena for a place in the Australian Open final. The third seed Andy Murray took on second seed Roger Federer in a pulse racing semi-final that was sure to be of great viewing. Read on for our review of the match, … Continue reading

TPFTennis’ Top 10 Moments in 2012

TPFTennis’ Top 10 Moments in 2012

What a year this has been for tennis, and we, as spectators, have thoroughly enjoyed it. Here’s our top ten moments that we’ve seen, accompanied with highlights just below. 10) Yaroslava Shvedova’s ‘Golden Set’ Having earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records, it simply had to make it onto our list of … Continue reading