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Djokovic Reigns Supreme in China

October 22, 2015 3:15 pm0 comments
Djokovic Reigns Supreme in China

For Novak Djokovic, it’s been a sensational season. 4 grand slam finals, 3 slams won, almost perfection. The best player in the world right now carried on his fine form into the back end of the calendar. All eyes are now on the race for the final few spots for […]

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The Biggest Prize Funds in Professional Sport

March 13, 2015 8:26 pm0 comments
The Biggest Prize Funds in Professional Sport

“Money makes the world go round” is a statement which is becoming as true in sport as it is in business. In recent weeks we’ve heard news that Floyd Mayweather will finally face Manny Pacquiao, not for honour, or to unify the boxing belts, nor to provide the boxing world […]

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Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Women’s Game?

January 19, 2015 3:14 pm0 comments
Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Women’s Game?

The Usual Suspects Whilst the men’s game might have the Big Four, the women’s game has enjoyed a more varied list of champions in the past few years. But it’s fair to say that if you had to pick players who would be considered comparable to the Big Four, eighteen-time […]

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Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Men’s Game?

January 15, 2015 4:09 pm0 comments
Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Men’s Game?

The Australian Open. The first Grand Slam of the season and the more definitive start of the tennis season. There’s no real form to judge each player on prior to this Grand Slam, only minute indicators via one or two tournaments in very early January. Consequently, one of the Australian […]

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Andy Murray: Brit wins Wimbledon – and why the Brits should ‘own’ it

July 8, 2013 10:39 am0 comments
Andy Murray: Brit wins Wimbledon – and why the Brits should ‘own’ it

It has been seventy-seven years since our last win on our own turf in a sport that our weather barely supports. Luckily, the sun shone on us this year in more ways than one. The golden child of Dunblane, Andy Murray, takes home the magnificent cup, after an incredibly tense […]

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My Sport Psychosis

March 5, 2013 1:22 pm0 comments
My Sport Psychosis

Having spent several years in the same city on board the studying merry-go-round, my mind began to drift. I found myself in a search for inspiration, for a purpose in order to lull me out of a placidity that such routine had imbued upon my senses. Because days were passing […]

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Djokovic Wins Australian Open

January 27, 2013 3:33 pm0 comments
Djokovic Wins Australian Open

Novak Djokovic beat Andy Murray by three sets to one, winning the final of the Australian Open at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena. This is the fourth Australian Open title for the world number one, and he set a new record by being the first man to win this title three […]

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Does Andy Murray No Longer Have To Carry British Tennis Alone?

January 17, 2013 3:13 pm0 comments
Does Andy Murray No Longer Have To Carry British Tennis Alone?

Fresh from his extraordinary exploits in 2012, Andy Murray has begun his 2013 Australian Open campaign in convincing style. Having removed the Grand-Slam-shaped monkey from his back, expectations grow that Andy can claim the Holy Grail of British tennis and win Wimbledon. However, he may finally get some help along […]

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