Heather Watson might be a Wimbledon mixed doubles champion, but sadly that doesn’t stop her from facing cruel comments about
Andy Murray is a man who knows a little something about expectations. Winning the 2012 US Open made him the first British
As Andy Murray helps to steer Great Britain to a Davis Cup win against France at Queen's, we have to ask the question: Where would British tennis be without Andy? The answer is: Nowhere.
It was a strange but similar Wimbledon, both transitory and immobile in equal measure. Rising players continued their solid years, with nods to Timea Bacsinszky, Madison Keys, Belinda Bencic and Muguruza, showing both panache and consistency, navigating the ups and downs quite efficiently. However, it was Serena who still reigned supreme...
Was her emotional outburst really so off putting? I mean, we live in a time when you can't really turn on the television without someone on screen crying, but should this be replicated in a professional environment?
I know this is a nuisance, but the thing is that there are loads of us women. Not all periods are the same. Some women just have a day of cramps and are fairly regular. Others can come on at any minute and will stab you in the eye/ burst in to tears of you look at them funny.
One Direction managed to outshine the tennis players at Wimbledon on Thursday, bringing the tournament to a standstill as
With England's Ashes nightmare still fresh in the memory, perhaps is should come as no surprise that more Brits are failing
On the eve of the first Grand Slam, there have been mixed fortunes for Britain's leading tennis players. Andy Murray, who