WTA Predictions for 2021

This is the annual post on Moo’s Tennis Blog where I have a bash at predicting next year’s season ending WTA rankings. 2020 was actually a decent year of predictions on MTB although they were heavily affected by the COVID hiatus. Please sound off in the comments with your top ten predictions and also post…

WTA Best Matches of 2020

The WTA Best of 2020 series continues on mootennis.com with the ten year anniversary (!) of the countdown of best matches. Despite the abbreviated season, there were still many memorable matches on the WTA tour in 2020 that are worth reliving and deserving of entering the vaults of WTA classics. An honourable mention to the…

WTA Best of 2020: Funny moments

The WTA best of 2020 series continues with a selection of light-hearted moments from this year featuring the likes of Naomi Osaka, Daria Gavrilova, Barbora Strycova and Hsieh Su-Wei. I hope this post will make you laugh as it’s much needed this year. There’s also links below to the last four years of funny moments.…

WTA Predictions for 2020

This is the annual post on Moo’s Tennis Blog where I attempt to predict next year’s season end rankings. 2019 was a shocker as I correctly predicted four of the world’s top ten. I’ve spent weeks deliberating my top ten and i’m still not entirely happy but here goes! Please sound off in the comments…

2019 WTA Predictions: How did Moo’s Tennis Blog do?

It’s that time of year to look back at my 2019 predictions… and it’s not pretty! I correctly predicted just four of this year’s season ending top ten. The one positive was having Barty, the eventual world number one, in there at number seven. Before posting my predictions for 2020, let’s take a look back…

WTA Best of 2019: Funny moments

The WTA best of 2019 series continues with a selection of funny, laugh-out-loud moments from the 2019 season. If you’ve had a rubbish day, I hope this post will cheer you up (as well as links to previous years!). The first Best of 2019 series posts was released on Monday celebrating sportswomanship on the WTA…