Wednesday, 24/1/2018 | 7:24 UTC+0
  • Djokovic Completes Career Slam Over Murray in RG Final

    Novak Djokovic triumphed for the first time at Roland Garros after defeating Andy Murray 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 in Paris. 

 Tennis: Not to be this time @andy_murray but great performance to reach another grand slam final. Well done Andy! — Team Scotland (@Team_Scotland) June 5, 2016 Andy Murray just killed it at an entirely

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  • Murray Set For Third Straight Djokovic Final Showdown in Paris

    Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will meet in their third consecutive clay court final after both players came through contrasting quarter- and semi-final matches in the French Open at Roland Garros earlier this week. The pair are set to start at 2pm tomorrow, with Djokovic leading the 2016 head-to-head by two matches to one. Tomorrow

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  • Week 22 ITFs: No Brit Progresses Past Second Round

    It was a week to forget for Brits at ITF Futures events across the globe, as no Brit even reached the quarter-finals of any of the events on offer (barring the events in Eastbourne and Manchester). 19-year-old Laura Sainsbury, new convert Dan Dowson and the ever-improving Francesca Stephenson got the furthest with a single main

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  • Week 22 ITFs: Carreras Makes $100k MD in France

    In a generally quiet week of ITF Futures action across the globe (this article doesn’t touch upon the events happening this week in the UK), Amanda Carreras is at the highest profile event and has done well to reach the main draw after coming through a couple of tough qualifying matches. In other news, 19-year-old

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  • Week 22 Jrs: Brit Washout at Junior French Open

    There was very little success to be had at the ITF Juniors Grade A event in Paris this week – a.k.a the Junior French Open, as there were no youngsters that were able to come through qualifying and zero first round victories for our players at the elite level of the junior game. #ryanstorrie on

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  • Murray Claims Solid Wins Over Big Servers Karlovic and Isner

    Normality was somewhat restored this weekend at the second Grand Slam of the year, Roland Garros: with Aljaz Bedene quite comfortably securing passage to the third round of a Slam for the first time in his career, and Andy Murray twice being taken to five sets in a shaky start for the Scot, it seems to

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  • Ward and Klein Both Lose in QR1 at Roland Garros

    Out-of-form James Ward and recovering-from-injury Brydan Klein are hardly the likeliest of pairs to secure victories in the first qualifying round of the second Grand Slam of the year, especially given neither player is hugely competent on clay. Unfortunately, neither player could upset the odds as both went down in straight sets earlier today. British interest

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  • Qualifier Edmund Retires while Heather Watson Loses in France

    Kyle Edmund battled through the qualifying draw at the ATP 250 in Nice, France this week only to fall awkwardly in his first round match against Alexander Zverev towards the end of the second set and be forced to retire. Meanwhile, Heather Watson fell to a three-set defeat against Kateryna Bondarenko in the WTA International

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  • Weekend ITFs: Carreras and Dart Beaten in Semi-Finals

    The sole remaining Brits in ITF Futures action this weekend fell by the wayside in their respective semi-finals, with qualifier Amanda Carreras’ excellent run coming to an end at the $50k in France, while Harriet Dart fell in straight sets to the top seed at the $10k in Turkey. Out today: Amanda Carreras, $50k, France; Harriet

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