After a much needed break, Moo’s Tennis Blog is ready to hit the ground running in 2015! There won’t be any major changes to the content as I endeavour to cover the tennis with the usual assortment of previews, predictions, reviews, match recaps and anything else that I think might be interesting. Once again, I’ll have some of my own pictures from the grass court season (i’ve already booked my hotel for Eastbourne!) and hopefully Roland Garros too as it my tennis-related New Year’s resolution to visit the French Open next year. Moo’s Tennis Blog aims to be your consistent companion through the tennis year and hopefully from previous experiences, you know that you can rely on me to be there every step of the way, from the first tournaments in Australia to the ATP World Tour Finals in London.
I will be keeping my social media pages up-to-date throughout the year:
Twitter: James Peeling / @ MooTennisBlog – https://twitter.com/MooTennisBlog
Facebook: Moo’s Tennis Blog – https://www.facebook.com/MooTennisBlog
Flickr: James Peeling / Moo’s Tennis Blog – https://www.flickr.com/photos/mootennis/
If you’re not already following me on social media, then i’d be grateful for a follow on Twitter or a like on Facebook 😉
On the actual site, some of the “features” section have been updated during the off-season. You will now notice that the 2015 predictions archive has been born! The 2014 predictions archive can now be found under “features” and “predictions”. Furthermore, the list of tennis players’s social media accounts have been comprehensively updated with a range of new accounts for both the ATP players and WTA players. I just discovered that Martin Klizan is on Twitter so why not check out the lists to see if you’re missing any of the players on social media.
If you’ve got an article that you would like me to consider for publication on Moo’s Tennis Blog, then please get in touch :-). If there are any photographers who are interested in sharing their work / gaining accreditation for tournaments, or just fans who want to share their experiences of a tournament, i’d love to hear from you! You can use the contact form HERE or e-mail me at MooTennisBlog@gmail.com.
I think that’s all… I am ready for another fun-packed and frenetic year of blogging, and I sincerely hope you’ll join me in following all the tennis festivities. The first set of previews for the first tournaments of 2015 will begin to emerge next weekend. I can’t wait! 😀