Tagged with Queen’s Club

Murray Makes it Three

Murray Makes it Three

It was the defending champion Marin Cilic who was Andy Murray’s opponent in the Queen’s Club, and we knew it would be a tight match having both matches finishing within ten matches of each other. The final itself went very much similarly to both semi-finals, with the leader after the opening set going on to … Continue reading

Classic Match of the Week

Classic Match of the Week

With tomorrow being finals day at the AEGON Championships, this week’s classic comes in the form of an unforgettable final at Queen’s. Cast your minds back to 2008, when the tournament was branded red instead of the current blue of AEGON, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic met in a fantastic final. It may not have … Continue reading

Magnifique Monfils

Magnifique Monfils

France’s Gael Monfils is surely tennis’s top entertainer. Despite losing 6-7  6-3 6-3 to home favourite Tommy Haas in the quarter-finals in Halle, the 26-year-old produced a shot that most, if not all, tennis players wouldn’t even dream of playing – take a look below. Okay he lost the point but he gave us some … 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

What’s going on in the World of Tennis?

What’s going on in the World of Tennis?

The latest happenings in the tennis world, rounded up for you. The Sony Open in Miami is underway and Britain’s Laura Robson has got herself off to a good start. The 19-year old couldn’t have won the first set in much better fashionn in her first round match against Italy’s Camila Giorgi, winning the first … 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