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Iga Swiatek Is Looking Unbeatable At Roland Garros

Roland Garros

June 8, 2023

Iga Swiatek is on a seemingly unstoppable charge toward the Roland Garros final. She just saw off the plucky American Coco Gauff 6-4, 6-2 – and now she is one step from the showpiece occasion. Beatriz Haddad Maia of Brazil will be the next to try to make an impression on the Pole’s awesome armoury. […]

Carlos Alcaraz Plays Novak Djokovic In Dream Semi-Final

Roland Garros

June 6, 2023

Carlos Alcaraz crushed Stefanos Tsitsipas at Roland Garros, leaving the crowd stunned by his brilliance. With a combination of fizzing power and killer drop shots, Alcaraz left the Greek in a state of complete disarray for most of the contest. And the 6-2, 6-1, 7-6 (7-5) score-line was a fair reflection of the 20-year-old’s superiority, […]

Andy Murray Prepares For Wimbledon 2023 With Good Win

Roland Garros

June 5, 2023

Andy Murray swiped a delicious cross-court forehand to secure his first win on London grass in 2023. As he took the applause of the Surbiton crowd, you sensed this might just be the start of something big. Grass is Murray’s favourite surface and Wimbledon 2023 is just weeks away. The Scot believes he can still […]

Carlos Alcaraz Will Play Stefanos Tsitsipas In Quarters

Roland Garros

June 4, 2023

Carlos Alcaraz produced a sparkling display to see off his Italian challenger Lorenzo Musetti. Some of his stroke-play was simply out of this world. Drop shots crafted with such fearsome backspin that the points were over the moment the ball cleared the net. Forehands and backhands pinged with such little back-lift that they fizzed mercilessly […]

Coco Gauff Wins Battle Of Teenagers, Iga’s Double Bagel!

Roland Garros

Coco Gauff will be carrying American hopes into the second week at Roland Garros. Sloane Stephens is also in the running – but she faces a very tough match against Aryna Sabalenka this evening. Meanwhile Frances Tiafoe lost a late-night fight with Sascha Zverev in four sets – and Taylor Fritz had fallen earlier in […]

Novak Djokovic Has A Rougher Ride Than Carlos Alcaraz

Roland Garros

June 2, 2023

Novak Djokovic faced more testing times at Roland Garros than Carlos Alcaraz, but both eventually progressed in style. That easy ride for Alcaraz may change when the golden boy from Spain faces the in-form Lorenzo Musetti next time out, though. Italian Musetti defeated the last British hope, Cameron Norrie with a dominant 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 […]

Taylor Fritz Weathers Storm, Sinner Out In Classic

Roland Garros

June 1, 2023

Taylor Fritz endured the ferocity of the French crowd and overcame his underdog opponent amid ugly scenes at Roland Garros. Spectators cheered every Fritz fault. And when the umpire tried to silence them, the crowd produced a prolonged “sshhhh” of their own to try and put the American off even more. At the moment of […]

Daniil Medvedev Sent Packing By Unknown Brazilian

Roland Garros

May 30, 2023

Daniil Medvedev can turn his thoughts to grass earlier than expected after his embarrassment at Roland Garros. The stunned Russian came off worst in a five-set fight with an underdog qualifier. And Medvedev had no answer when it really mattered. Thiago Seyboth Wild is the name on everyone’s lips in Paris right now. The Brazilian […]

Cameron Norrie Wins Controversial Thriller In Paris

Roland Garros

Cameron Norrie fought back to win a five-set thriller and maintain a British presence at Roland Garros. There were times when everything seemed to be against him. That’s when the courageous Norrie reminded himself it was better to be out there battling than on the plane home early. Cameron Norrie will doubtless show similar fighting […]

Jessica Pegula Beats Danielle Collins In American Opener

Roland Garros

May 28, 2023

Jessica Pegula defeated her friend and compatriot Danielle Collins in the opening round at Roland Garros. But she’ll have to work on her serve if she’s going to live up to her third-seed billing. Pegula’s second serve was picked off mercilessly by Collins at times. And all too often the first serve wasn’t firing well […]

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