Is the French Open the toughest grand slam to win? Many people associate long rallies with tough, as they're physically gruelling and require greater endurance. Why is this the benchmark though?
Don't get us wrong, we are not saying a professional triathlete could pick up a tennis racquet, simply have a
The dust is settling on the first Grand Slam of the year and the Tennis world is taking stock of one of the most interesting Australian Opens in recent memory. Few would have predicted the outcome of the Melbourne tournament with the trophies going to Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland and
Andy Murray is out of the Australian Open after he lost the quarter-final to Roger Federer in four sets, Murray failed to caputre his best form and Federer just proved to much him.
The Scot has recently recovered from an operation and although he had done well to get his far,
Novak Djokovic has today lost to Stanislas Wawrinka in the Quarter-Finals of the Australian Open, in a five-set epic encounter that lasted over four hours.
It’s the third time that Wawrinka has beaten Djokovic in 18 meetings with his last victory over the Serbian dating back to 2006; Wawrinka now heads
Sweltering temperatures in Melbourne may have tested the staying power of many of the world’s leading tennis players but the cream has yet again risen to the top in the men’s draw as all the big names of the court have made it to the quarter finals of the Australian