Davis Cup A Disgrace Says Tennis Legend

Aussie tennis legend Todd Woodbridge has referred to the Davis Cup as a “disgrace”. Woodbridge’s comments came following drama surrounding a controversial decision over which country will be replacing Russia in this year’s finals. Following the recent expulsion of Russia after the country’s invasion of Ukraine, the decision was made ….

Andy Murray Misses Out On Big 700 In Dubai

With the Dubai Championships in full swing in the UAE, former champion Andy Murray will have to hold out a little longer for his 700th career win. Murray recently suffered a straight-sets defeat at the hands of Italy’s Jannik Sinner, while world No. 1 Novak Djokovic reached the quarter finals ….

Djokovic Back In Action In Dubai

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic is officially back in action following his controversy-fuelled deportation from Australia in January. Djokovic on Monday reached the second round of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships when he beat wildcard entry Lorenzo Musetti 6-3, 6-3. The victory marked the Serb’s first match of 2022. ….

Djokovic “Welcome” To Play In Italian Open

Tennis world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, who has declared himself willing to miss out on future Grand Slams because of his vaccination status, could be permitted to compete in this year’s Italian Open in Rome. Italy’s cabinet secretary for sports, Valentina Vezzali, announced this week that the Serbian will be ….

Djokovic Says He’ll Remain Unvaccinated

Tennis world No. 1 Novak Djokovic has now declared himself willing to forfeit the chance to be crowned the sport’s GOAT – as well as winning any further Grand Slam titles. Speaking to a prominent English news broadcaster this week, the Serb said while he did not wish to be ….

Craig Tiley Won’t Resign Over Djokovic Saga

Craig Tiley, chief executive of Tennis Australia, has said he will not resign over the visa saga involving world No. 1 Novak Djokovic. Tiley said he did nothing wrong. He also strongly denied the allegation that Tennis Australia had footed Djokovic’s legal fees for fighting the withdrawal of his visa. ….

Aussie Wildcards Running The Show At AO

Local wildcards are currently running the show at this year’s Australian Open, with Maddison Inglis continuing the streak on Tuesday as she sent US Open finalist Leylah Fernandez packing in a first-round topple at Melbourne Park. Inglis, who is 24 and from Perth, made quick work of wrapping up the ….

AO Tickets Capped Over Rise In Infections

With the 2022 Australian Open now less than a week away, fans have been informed that crowds will be capped at 50 per cent capacity following a new surge in infections. Tickets already sold will be honored, confirmed a spokesperson for the Victorian government. Ground pass access will also remain ….

Kyrgios Facing Tough Days After Withdrawal

Aussie Nick Kyrgios seems to have made yet another difficult start to a year with his recent withdrawal from an ATP 250 tournament at Melbourne Park on Tuesday. Kyrgios, 26, has cited asthma as the reason for his withdrawal. Kyrgios is set to arrive in Sydney later this week – ….

Judy Murray Wins Long Battle For Development

Judy Murray, who is the mother of tennis stars Andy and Jamie, has reportedly won a harrowing eight-year-long planning battle to build a £40 million tennis and golf complex just outside of Dunblane. Murray said the complex will represent a legacy for her two sons. The complex was approved earlier ….