Change your ways, Mouratoglou tells Serena

Serena Williams has to change her strategy if she is to win another Grand Slam, coach Patrick Mouratoglou told the BBC today. Williams hasn’t won a Grand Slam since returning to tennis after the birth of her daughter. She has reached four finals, two Wimbledon, two US Open, but she has lost them all. So all is not lost. And Mouratoglu believe if she changes her strategy and game plan, she still has a chance […]

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Corretja advises Murray: skip the French Open clay

Former part-time mentor Alex Corretja has issued some unsolicited advice to ailing Andy Murray – avoid the French Open clay this season. The 2001 Roland Garros finalist who guided Murray on clay from 2008-2011, made his suggestion to the 32-year-old Scot who has done it tough as he struggles  more than a year on to recover fully from a second hip operation. : “I really don’t know how he feels now. But I think he […]

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Kuwait calls for Nadal as new academy opens

Rafael Nadal is taking the long way home from the Australian Open, arriving in Kuwait this week for the dedication of his tennis academy in the kingdom. After his ceremonial duties in the Gulf, the 12-time French Open winner who went out in the Australian Open quarter-finals, will leg it to Capetown for a Friday exhibition with Roger Federer in aid of the Swiss player’s children’s foundation. Joining his good friend Rafa in Kuwait will be […]

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Bill Gates to join Federer for Cape Town fundraiser

Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, the world’s second-richest man, is due on court today in Cape Town as part of Roger Federer’s charity exhibition against Rafael Nadal. Gates, who has worked with Federer’s foundation on past projects, will be joined in the tennis fundraiser for South African-born Daily Show television host Trevor Noah on Twitter. Gates was all-in after being challenged on Twitter to front up by Noah. It will be a homecoming of sorts for […]

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