Women’s Australian Open, Quarter-Final Preview for Tuesday: Agnieszka Radwanska v Carla Suárez Navarro

The first of the women’s quarter-finals on Tuesday will be contested between Agnieszka Radwanska and Carla Suárez Navarro. Both players advanced to the quarter-finals by coming from a set down in their fourth round matches. Radwanska was staring down another fourth round exit at the Australian Open, down 2-5 in the third set against an at-times…

Women’s Australian Open, R4 Preview for Sunday: Agnieszka Radwanska v Anna-Lena Friedsam

Fourth round action begins on Sunday at the 2016 Australian Open with the top half of the women’s draw battling it out for quarter-final berths. For a full preview of the match at the top of the drawsheet between Serena Williams and Margarita Gasparyan, click HERE. This post covers one of the fourth round matches…

WTA Moscow: Kerber and Pennetta qualify for Singapore, all eyes now on Suárez Navarro…

The Road to Singapore looks clearer now after Wednesday’s action in Moscow which saw two more places snapped up. Angelique Kerber and Flavia Pennetta have both been confirmed by the WTA as successfully qualifying for the WTA Finals. After Karolina Pliskova lost in straight sets to Anastasija Sevastova, this now means that the last place…

A random babble of Wuhan thoughts: Scheduling and previews of 3rd round matches

I forgot how difficult the Asian Swing is to follow when i’m working… play starts at 4am when i’m sound asleep. I could get up to watch some tennis but sleeeeeep. Then i’m at work while everything is going on. I’ve managed to find nuggets of time in the morning and during my lunch hour…

US Open 2015, Day 1: Upsets galore in the women’s draw as six seeds depart

After Maria Sharapova pulled out of the tournament, it left a pretty gaping hole in the top half of the draw. First round action on day one has chucked the second quarter (and parts of the first too) into a blender as seed after seed departed. The first to go was Ana Ivanovic, who was…