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French Open 2013 Preview

French Open 2013 Preview

The 2013 French Open at Roland Garros seems to some to be a pre-set tournament, Rafa for men’s singles and Serena for women’s singles. However, the Spanish number one has been challenged to four sets by Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. And remember, they will be the first and second seeds when announced, and Djokovic … Continue reading

British Round-Up

British Round-Up

TPF Tennis brings you a summary of what’s occurring in the world of British tennis. Ward Plans to Woo Queen’s British number two James Ward has been handed a wildcard for the Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club next month. The world number 209 will compete at the tournament that he raised his profile and game in 2011, … Continue reading

Rafa Rallies to Rome Final

Rafa Rallies to Rome Final

Rafael Nadal is through to the Rome Masters final after a stunning 6-2 6-4 win over Tomas Berdych. It took the Spaniard just over an hour and a quarter to dispose of his Czech opponent, who beat the world number one Novak Djokovic to set up the semi-final with Rafa. Initially, it was a walk … Continue reading

A Miserable Birthday for Murray

A Miserable Birthday for Murray

On his 26th Birthday, Andy Murray has picked up an injury that could force him to miss the French Open, which is just 11 days away or, in other words, a week on Sunday away. Earlier today the Briton pulled out of the Rome Masters during his tie with Marcel Granollers, who won the first … Continue reading

Ankle Agony for Novak

Ankle Agony for Novak

World number 1 Novak Djokovic has been forced to admit his concerns about an ankle injury he sustained whilst on Davis Cup duty with Serbia. He picked up the injury early on in his Davis Cup match against the USA’s Sam Querrey, despite that the Australian Open champion battled through the pain to win 7-5 … Continue reading