British tennis star Sir Andy Murray has revealed in an emotional press conference that he will return to being Scottish after this year's Wimbledon tournament. The three-time Slam winner was teary-eyed as he confirmed his aim to retire after this year's Wimbledon tournament, thus relinquishing his title as a Brit and returning to being an angry Scotsman. "I've had an amazing career, and it'll be tough not playing the sport I love any more, but I think the hardest adjustment I
KEVIN Anderson edges John Isner 7-6 6-7 6-7 6-4 26-24 in what will no doubt go down in tennis history as the greatest match of all time. Forget Nadal vs Federer in 2008, Borg vs McEnroe in 1980; no match has or ever will match the drama, quality or intensity of this ...thrilling... display of serving. Kevin Anderson, the slender 6"8 South African, possibly the most inoffensive player on the tour. John Isner, the 6"10 American, 97% limbs and known for his incredibly exciting,
Rafael Nadal was being pummeled in the Rome final against Alexander Zverev, before controversially causing a rain delay to turn the match around. Nadal, the Spanish God of Clay, was on the verge of missing out on an unprecedented eighth Rome title against young gun, Alexander Zverev, before using his cosmic powers to summon rainfall that would ultimately turn the match in his favour. The match looked a foregone conclusion after a solar-powered Nadal crushed the visibly fatigu
The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has confirmed that Roger Federer has completed tennis and no more matches will be played. After sweeping aside the competition with the effortless grace of a pearlescent unicorn, the 36-year-old has reclaimed his rightful place at the top of the ATP rankings.
Shortly after achieving the tremendous feat, Chris Kermode, president of the ATP, confirmed that there was no more reason to continue the tour:
"It's been a fun ride, but
NOVAK Djokovic, a man who made over $2million in prize money playing tennis last year, despite missing half of the 2017 season due to injury and winning nothing of note, has understandably called for more prize money. Taking a break from his no doubt difficult lifestyle in tax haven Monte Carlo, noble Novak told his peers at the Australian Open's annual player meeting: "We need to come together and fight this tyranny as one. I deserve, I mean we deserve, to be fully rewarded