Tagged with Doubles

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

The ATP World Tour Finals showcased the brilliance of the world’s best singles players. Amidst all of that the doubles proved to be an entertaining showpiece. Look back on the doubles final below. – Nathan Morley

No Joy for the Brits at RG13

No Joy for the Brits at RG13

Of the 12 British participants entered for Roland Garros 2013, only two remain. Honestly, we were really hoping for a big upset, as the likes of Andy Murray, who pulled out anyway, aren’t at their usual high standard playing on clay. In Heather Watson’s first match back since her break due to Glandular Fever, she … Continue reading

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

Andy Murray & Tim Henman Unite

Andy Murray & Tim Henman Unite

The current British number 1 and the former British number 1 are set to join forces in a doubles match at Queen’s Club later this year for charity. They’re both aiming to raise money for the Royal Marsden Hospital, where a good friend of Andy Murray’s and a popular figure within British tennis is receiving … Continue reading