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Prepare To Go Petkorazzi

By Lewis Davies I love women’s tennis a copious amount but this season feels like it’s been missing something. Because, while 2012 could… more »

Serena Williams

When Should Serena Williams Retire?

By Lewis Davies If Wimbledon 2012 taught us anything besides the terrible weather a UK summer can muster, it’s that you never write… more »

Serena Williams (Photo: EFE / Facundo Arrizabalaga)

Wimbledon 2012: Ladies’ Final Preview

By Lewis Davies The 2012 Wimbledon ladies’ singles final is set to be one of huge contrasts. In one corner there’s Serena Williams,… more »

Tamira Paszek

Grass Court Thoughts

By Lewis Davies Whilst watching the last few games of the AEGON International final between Angelique Kerber and Tamira Paszek, many thoughts crossed… more »

Oudin

The Return of Melanie Oudin

By Lewis Davies On Sunday 27th November 2011, a young man named Aaron Higgs declared: “Melanie Oudin should just concentrate on playing doubles”.… more »

Stosur with the US Open trophy (Photo: Chris Trotman/Getty Images)

A Case for Sam Stosur

By Lewis Davies The 2012 French Open begins on Sunday, and in the women’s draw, there are three clear favourites to lift the… more »

Angelique Kerber

The Rise of Angelique Kerber

By Lewis Davies In May 2011, Angelique Kerber was ranked 71 in the world and getting beat in the qualifiers of Rome to… more »

The infamous blue clay court (Photo: Mutua Madrid Open)

Clay Court Blues – Part II

Jay-Z once said “in order to survive, you gotta learn to live with regrets” and this is certainly the case for the Mutua… more »

The Mutua Madrid Open has received criticism for changing the colour of its courts (Photo: A. Martinez/Mutua Madrid Open)

Clay Court Blues

The hottest issue on tour this week has been the prospect of playing on blue clay. Media interviews have all led with the… more »

Petra Kvitova celebrates her victory for the Czech Republic (Photo: AP)

Up For The Cup

Tournaments like the Fed Cup receive a lot of grief for turning an individual sport into a team event. To those who agree… more »