In 2011, George Morgan, Liam Broady, Oli Golding and Kyle Edmund were flying the flag for Britain in junior boys’ tennis. While Edmund has become a challenger on the ATP tour, we take a look at the other three and see whether their moment in the spotlight could still yet happen.
Victoria Azarenka has been offered a wild card to the Luxembourg Open, in what could see her return to the WTA tour after withdrawing from the US Open.
Zarina Diyas has been crowned Japan Women’s Open Champion, defeating Japanese qualifier Miyu Kato 6-2 7-5 in the final in Tokyo.
As we approach the end of the season, all eyes are on the ATP tour and it’s Next Gen finals. But why aren’t the WTA getting involved with a similar set up? The talent is there and interest in women’s tennis is starting to eclipse the men’s so there’d definitely be appetite for it. Here’s why the WTA should have a presence at the Next Gen finals.
A user on Reddit has mashed together the faces and the results are amazing.
After a disappointing US Open, Alexander Zverev would benefit by participating at the inaugural Next Gen Finals in Milan. Here’s why.
As Laura Robson’s return takes another blog – losing in the first qualifying round of the US Open – should the young Brit take a break?