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September 6, 2023

Although the young Canadian stars didn’t quite get to fulfil their dreams in 2023, there are signs that 2024 could be very different. Rest and recuperation could work wonders for Canada as we enter a new Grand Slam year. DENIS AND FELIX Even though he was injured, Denis Shapovalov still made the fourth round of […]

Ben Shelton Shocks Frances Tiafoe in All-American Battle

US Open

Ben Shelton just became the youngest American male to reach the US Open semi-finals since 1992. He defeated top-ten star Frances Tiafoe 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (9-7), 6-2 in a late-night thriller on Arthur Ashe. The third-set tie-break proved the key, when Shelton squandered successive set points but Tiafoe simply couldn’t take advantage. Shelton then composed […]

Alexander Zverev Downs Jannik Sinner in Brutal Epic at US Open

US Open

September 5, 2023

Alexander Zverev is back. He said it and he just proved it in four hours and forty-one dramatic minutes. The man whose body couldn’t take the humidity was the favourite, Jannik Sinner. The highly-rated Italian cramped up repeatedly – but you couldn’t fault his courage. Time and again, the man from the mountains picked himself […]

Jelena Ostapenko Knocks Out Champ Swiatek, Americans Thrive!

US Open

September 4, 2023

Jelena Ostapenko continued her unlikely dominance against the best player in the world and shocked the US Open. She defeated Iga Swiatek 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 – and now she plays Coco Gauff in the quarter-finals. ‘I’m expecting a battle and it will be a great match,’ said Ostapenko, who fears no one. Maybe we shouldn’t […]

Jessica Pegula Plays Madison Keys, Jack Draper Marches On

US Open

September 3, 2023

Jessica Pegula and Madison Keys have already ensured American fans will have a quarter-finalist at the US Open. And that’s even before we turn our attention to Coco Gauff and her much-anticipated match against Caroline Wozniacki. Jessica Pegula is moving from strength to strength – and held off a spirited fightback from Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina […]

Caroline Wozniacki and Coco Gauff in Clash of Generations

US Open

September 2, 2023

Caroline Wozniacki has defied time to set up a fascinating showdown with Coco Gauff at the US Open. Wimbledon star Gauff is one of the favourites for the tournament at Flushing Meadows. But no one expected Wozniacki to fair quite so well – not after all she has been through in recent years. Two children […]

Why Wimbledon Loves The Spanish!


September 1, 2023

Wimbledon has many reasons to love the Spanish. Alcaraz Wimbledon has enjoyed a love affair with the Spanish for many decades. And now we have taken a new adopted Spanish son to our hearts. Carlos Alcaraz has captured the imagination ever since his extraordinary victory over Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon 2023. We can’t wait to […]

Carlos Alcaraz Faces Defiant Brit Dan Evans at Flushing Meadows

US Open

Carlos Alcaraz knows his next opponent at the US Open isn’t going to go quietly. And Dan Evans realises the chance to play the world number one – probably on Arthur Ashe on Saturday night – is a moment to be cherished. Don’t forget that Evans recently won the Citi Open in Washington DC – […]

Taylor Fritz Leads Early American Charge at US Open

US Open

August 31, 2023

Taylor Fritz is a man who knows he has a Grand Slam triumph in him somewhere. The only question is when and where. It could have been Wimbledon a year ago, when he reached the quarter-finals. It could be this year’s US Open too. Taylor Fritz will surely feel he has a good chance of […]

Andy Murray Prevails But Venus Williams Bows Out Of US Open

US Open

August 30, 2023

Andy Murray and Venus Williams are two legends of the game – but they enjoyed sharply contrasting fortunes at Flushing Meadows. Both have been winners here in the past – and both have also become true legends across the Atlantic at Wimbledon. Andy Murray and Venus Williams would be more than welcome to grace the […]

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