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How many of you have ever heard of Dan Evans? He is 50 in the world rankings and the  British number 3. You will all know about him now. The sports pages are going to print and it will make for sensational...

There are times when one picks up a pen and you suddenly get ‘writers block’. The equivalent for a tennis player must be ‘tennis block’ and the British number 1, Johanna Konta...

It has been 14 years since an American man hoisted a tennis Grand Slam trophy, but a revival looks to be underway with nine U.S. players ranked in the ATP’s Top 100, none more promising than the...

Summer is synonymous with tennis whites and June opens the door to the season.  Like sails on the ocean, white looks beautiful on court (especially grass). Most tennis apparel maintains its looks for...

Ah yes. The “predominantly white” rule at Wimbledon. Every year there’s a lot of commotion about how stodgy and boring the All England Lawn and Tennis Club is with their strict rules...

Here’s a first look at some of the whites heading to Wimbledon’s grass courts.  If there’s one clothing company out there that doesn’t usually spend much time worrying about tennis...

From the moment 20 year old, Jeļena Ostapenko (currently #47 in the world) stepped on the clay today the French crowd was on her side. Ostapenko is the first Latvian to make it to a Grand Slam final...

There is nothing worse than watching an injured tennis player going through the motions. Each miss is greeted with a grimace, and every winner with an exclamation of joy. Yes, it’s confusing, and...

A lot was on the line. Tennis is always about lines and today the line is between two players who are also compatriots. Sam Stosur, the Australian #1 for the last eight years, was playing the pocket-sized...

Tennis royalty is all over Europe, with big name draws getting ready for Roland Garros. The WTA are playing in Strasbourg, the ATP in Geneva and, there is of course, the French Open on a screen near you...