The ITF Radically Changed the Davis Cup, and Players are Not Happy

The Davis Cup needed to change in order to be revived into the spectacle it once was. Not a single player, coach, or national...

Davis Cup Reformatting is all about Convenience and Sidelining

Come 2019, the world of tennis will have a slew of changes to offer to its viewers. There is going to be a sizeable...

Davis Cup: the Good and the Bad of the Kosmos Reform

Requiescat in pace, Davis Cup. What’s up, Piqué Cup*! The initiative by investment group Kosmos to tear apart reform the historic national team competition was...

Even In Defeat, Cameron Norrie Shows His Star Quality

Cameron Norrie may have won just one match at Roland Garros this week (and even that match was abandoned after just a set when...

Nadal’s Record Proves He Is The Greatest Davis Cup Player of His Era

The greatness (or otherwise) of your opponent determines the greatness (or otherwise) of your victory. That is why even the most impassioned Fed-Heads have...

Billie Jean King is Wrong: Five-Setters are the Essence of Tennis

Billie Jean King’s recent statement that in the future men should play three-set matches rather than five-set matches at Grand Slams is one of...

Davis Cup: GB Loses to Spain, but Lots of Positive Takeaways

With Britain without its top two ranked players for the Davis Cup first round tie against Spain, on clay in Marbella, it was going...

Davis Cup: Great Britain Faces The Ultimate Challenge

Facing Spaniards is never easy, especially in Spain and on their beloved clay. That is the ultimate challenge Great Britain faces when the Davis...

Aljaz Bedene forced to switch nationality again

Aljaz Bedene has switched nationality again. After living in Britain since 2008 the Slovenian applied for British citizenship in 2015 and this was granted. Bedene...

A Brief History of Belgian Tennis

Famously, the members of Monty Python struggled to name famous Belgians. Until recently, if they had tried to name famous Belgian tennis players, they...