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Nadal is incomparable

Since I can remember Rafael Nadal has been my tennis hero. As a young lefthanded tennis player there were few professional players to look up to that played using a similar style and technique. Not only is Nadal incredibly talented, having arguably the most spectacular flare in tennis history, but he is also an excellent […]

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Swiatek and Nadal triumph at French Open

On Saturday 10th October, Iga Swiatek caused a major upset by winning the French Open and becoming the youngest champion at Roland Garros since Rafael Nadal in 2005. The 19-year-old world number 54 beat fourth seed Sofiah Kenin 6-4, 6-1 in the final, thereby becoming the first Polish player ever to win a Grand Slam, […]

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Record-breaking Serena heads vintage Australian Open

The 2017 ATP season is well underway and the first Grand Slam of the year has come and gone. The 105th Australian Open provided us with the shocks, anguish and the jubilation that has cemented its place as one of the most anticipated events on the sporting calendar. In the women’s side of the draw, […]

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Improbable Guest comeback one of long list of recoveries

Injuries in the world of sport are often horrific, usually painful, and sometimes career-ending. Stories of great comebacks from broken ankles, dislocated shoulders, twisted knees and the like are rare, especially when those injuries are especially serious. However, last week during the official Team GB Alpine Skiing squad announcement for the World Championships in Beaver […]

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As the season ends, does the Big Four end with it?

It was never meant to end how it did; whimpering out of the spotlight rather than the glorious climax we were promised. But with Roger Federer’s withdrawal from his highly anticipated final against Novak Djokovic, end the 2014 ATP Tour did. As a result of this, Djokovic was crowned champion of the World Tour Finals […]