Tennis Identity

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We’ve all heard the term choking before. In the context of competition, Wikipedia pretty well sums it up. In sports, a choke is the failure of an athlete or an athletic team to win a game or tournament...

Swedish sportswear brand Björn Borg is diving into politics with an anti border walls message cleverly communicated with a tennis match being called the Borg Open. Each player played the match within...

To the chime of Big Ben at 1pm precisely, two WTA players walked out onto centre court to play for a place in the fourth round. Victoria Azarenka has been here many times before, but for the British number...

Wimbledon is back, which means that famous tennis players are dominating the headlines as well as the tennis courts. Want a quick refresher on player facts and stats? Check out Ladbrokes Sport Wimbledon...

Madison Keys is often talked about as a rising star of American tennis, and from time to time today, one could see why. With a big serve and a fluid motion, Keys is a sight to behold. But, as is often...

It really isn’t easy being Venus Ebony Starr Williams these days. The 7 times grand slam champion was involved in a car incident in London’s Wimbledon just before the start of the Championships...

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...