Five Famous (Or Infamous) Tennis Feuds

Nadal-Kyrgios has all the makings of a classic tennis feud, or at least the beginnings of one. Rafael Nadal's furious reaction to Nick Kyrgios...

Australian Wild Cards Popyrin and Bolt Overshadow Davis Cup Drama

MELBOURNE-- Like a dramatic soap opera, tennis in Australia can get very intense and passionate. It wasn't too long ago that former Grand Slam...

Ten Things To Look Forward To In Tennis In 2019

Having looked back at the highlights and lowlights of 2018, our resident tennis historian, Martin Keady, looks ahead to 2019. 2018 was a genuinely...

Ten Terrible Things In Tennis In 2018

As tennis finally enters its all too brief off-season, our resident tennis historian, Martin Keady, looks back at the low-lights of the 2018 season....

The Five Finest Davis Cup Finals

This weekend’s Davis Cup Final between France and Croatia will be the last in the competition’s current format, before it is dramatically revised for...

Could The Laver Cup Become An Inter-Continental Championship?

At the moment, with the Laver Cup just having been played and two new “team” tournaments (the revamped Davis Cup and the ATP’s own...

Davis Cup Does Not Need To Be Like Laver Cup: A Solution

Laver Cup, Davis Cup, Fed Cup, Ryder Cup— Even Stanley: All the cups can live together in the cupboard without fans getting cup-bored. When I...

Milos Raonic Secures Davis Cup Tie for Canada

But in front of a thunderous Canadian crowd at the Davis Cup, Raonic demonstrated glimpses of his former self. Raonic defeated Dutchman Scott Griekspoor in straight sets 7-6, 6-3, 6-4 to secure the tie for Canada. The win would be a highlight of Raonic's season, lifting his team to the World Group qualifying for next year. 

Netherlands Spoils Daniel Nestor’s Final Professional Match

But the Dutch team of Matwe Middlekoop and Jean-Julien Rojer proved to be too strong for the Canadian duo, winning in four sets 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4. Every set was one break of serve but The Netherlands team brought big serves in the crucial moments. While the Dutch pair did not want to ruin the moment for Nestor, they knew they needed to secure a victory to keep the dream of clinching a Davis Cup tie alive. 

Milos Raonic and Denis Shapovalov Dazzle on Opening Day of Davis Cup

September 14, 2018 Toronto, Ontario, Canada It was a tale of two matches in the opening day of Davis Cup featuring Canada and Netherlands. Milos Raonic...