The Five Finest Australian Open Women’s Champions Including Serena Williams

Countdown to Melbourne: With the 2018 Australian Open now just a few days away, our resident tennis historian, Martin Keady, takes a look back...

Four Finals and a Wedding: A Brief History of Great Britain in the Fed...

Non-devotees of women’s tennis might think that the Fed Cup is a tournament named in honour of the great Roger, but it is, of...
John McEnroe upset

With McEnroe In The Realm Of Perfection (And Petulance)

The list of great tennis films, both fictional and non-fiction, is depressingly small. Indeed, it may be the smallest for any major sport. Perhaps...

The Five Greatest Men’s Doubles Pairings

Famous Five: After Federer and Nadal teamed up for Team Europe in the Laver Cup last weekend, we look back at the five greatest...

The Five Finest Fed Cup Finals

The Federation Cup (or Fed Cup, for short) has always been the poor relation of international team tennis. The Davis Cup, the equivalent competition...
Novak Djokovic Paris Masters

Novak Djokovic Takes “Big Titles” Lead With Paris Masters Triumph

Paris- Novak Djokovic kept his hopes of finishing 2019 as the world #1 alive with a comprehensive 6-3 6-4 win over Denis Shapovalov, who recently...

Where Does Roger Federer Stand in the Tennis and Sporting Pantheons?

Last weekend, Roger Federer literally went where no man has gone before, by becoming the first male tennis player to reach the landmark of...

Andy Murray’s Top Ten Shots

Following on from the top 10 list of Andy Murray's best matches, here we look at Top shots by Andy Murray. Disclaimer: These are the...

Peter McNamara and the Golden Age of Doubles

Sometimes the death of an individual is enough to signify the end of an era, and so it is with Peter McNamara and doubles...

1968: The Year That Changed Tennis

In an introduction to a new series, Martin Keady, our resident tennis historian, looks back at 1968, the year that tennis finally went “Open”,...