Thursday, 22/2/2018 | 4:38 UTC+0
  • Broady Claims Decisive Win in Auckland

    Naomi Broady produced a nerveless performance to overcome sixth seeded German Laura Siegemund in Auckland today, but still needs two more wins to reach the main draw at the ASB Classic WTA International event. Broady, outranked by her German opponent by 23 places, won seven out of eight close games and 76% of the big

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  • Judy Murray to Coach Heather Watson

    Sources this morning are indicating that Heather Watson’s search for a new coach is over – and none other than Judy Murray will be taking up the position on a temporary basis. BBC Tennis Correspondent Russell Fuller tweeted this morning that Watson “will be coached by Judy Murray in Australia this month, as she is

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  • Bedene Gets Pospisil in Chennai First Round

    British Number Two Aljaz Bedene has been handed a tricky draw at the Chennai Open this week, having been drawn against Canadian seventh seed Vasek Pospisil in round one. The Canadian is ranked 39th in the world and has a career high of 24. Bedene, at 45th, isn’t far off Pospisil, and the match will undoubtedly

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  • James Ward Battles Through in Chennai

    James Ward came through his first qualifying match at the ATP 250 Chennai Open this morning after serving 5 aces and winning 84% of his first service points, triumphing 6-4 6-3 over Jeezan Nedunchezhiyan in an hour and thirteen minutes. Ward will now face home favourite Somdev Devvarman, WR 177, who breezed through his first round

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  • Edmund Dominates On Serve to Win in Doha

    Kyle Edmund produced a stunning service display against Italian Andrea Arnaboldi to ease through the first round of qualifying for the ExxonMobil Open in Doha, Qatar, earlier today. Edmund, seeded third in qualifying, had an excellent first set, winning all but four of his points on serve and taking the one crucial break point out

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  • Klein Gets Golubev; Evans Gets Qualifier in Happy Valley

    Dan Evans will have to wait a little longer to find out his first round opponent at the City of Onkaparinga ATP Challenger in Happy Valley, Australia this week, as he’s been drawn against an as-yet undecided qualifier. Brydan Klein, meanwhile, will face off against Kazakh Andriy Golubev. Klein has a rankings advantage over Golubev, with

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  • Four Brits in Qualifying for G3 in India

    Four British Juniors will take to the court in Chandigarh, India for the G3 ITF Junior event this week, with three of our Boys in qualifying and a solitary Girl hoping to join seven other Brits already in Main Draw action. In the Boys’ draw, the best chance of qualifying goes to third seeded Louis

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  • Topalovic Looks to Topple Seeds in Belgrade

    Brit Aleksandra Topalovic will be hoping to pull a few surprises at the Belgrade Open this week as she attempts to qualify from the main draw with three consecutive wins. But she has some potentially tough matches ahead of her. Topalovic is currently ranked 2184th in the world Junior rankings and has a Universal Tennis

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  • Rozanov, Huffer Seeded in G4 Qualifying in Sweden

    The first of our Boys’ Draws for Week 1 is out, and at the SALK Open in Bromma, Sweden, both Andrew Rozanov and Toby Huffer are seeded but need three wins to qualify for the main draw. 16-year-old Andrew Rozanov is the top seed in qualifying, while 17-year-old Huffer is eighth seed. The pair are

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  • Broady Soundly Beaten in Bangkok

    Liam Broady fell at the first hurdle at the ATP Challenger in Bangkok earlier today after he was soundly defeated by 19-year-old Muscovite Daniil Medvedev in straight sets, 6-2, 6-3. 2015 was a season of opposition for both players, with Liam falling away from his career high to outside the top 300, while the former

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