So, the Australian Open has drawn to a close and what a first Grand Slam of the season it proved to be.
When you hear the name Serena Williams you automatically associate the name with legendary status. She’s already confirmed her place in tennis history and is continuing to rewrite the record books.
Andy Murray, arguably a future legend of the game has been forced to cut his incredible career shorts due to a constant hip injury.
The US Open finished this weekend and what a tournament it’s been once again.
Multiple Grand Slam winner, Novak Djokovic, made history at the weekend as he became the first ever player to win all nine Masters 1,000 tournaments as he beat seven-time champion Roger Federer in straight sets 6-4 6-4 at the Cincinnati Masters.
Simona Halep, 26, is the current world number one in world tennis and has many career titles under her belt.
Well, the tournament at Indian Wells is over and the main talking point is Juan Martin Del Potro defeating Roger Federer in the men’s singles final on Sunday.
Tennis is currently missing one of its top stars in Scotland’s Andy Murray and already people can’t wait for the 30-year-old to return to action. Murray, the former world number one, has been out of action since having surgery on a recurring hip injury in January.
Wimbledon Champion Roger Federer succumbed to Alexander Zverev, a man 16 years his junior, at the Rogers Cup in Montreal. The Swiss headed into the Montreal final looking to add to his five title haul in 2017 but the 20 year old German had other ideas. Read more
Roger Federer claimed a record eighth Wimbledon title at the All England Club, beating Croatian Marin Cilic 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 in the final. It was Federer’s second Grand Slam title of the year after winning the Australian Open in January. Many people felt that The Swiss was well past his best after enduring a near 5 year barren spell in terms of Grand Slams but after claiming two this year, it seems that may not be the case. Read more