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Changing of the guard

THERE’S a changing of the guard in world tennis and women are leading the way. Sure there’s a good mixture of young and old but this week WTA chief Steve Simon paid tribute to the old while acknowledging that change was afoot. According to Simon, Serena Williams is the greatest the women’s game has seen. That’s a big statement when

The Latest Edition of UK Tennis Magazine is here!

Featuring an article by Sharapova’s former coach Gabe Jaramillo, along with all her favourite drills, plus pieces on the ATP Cup, the ITFs solution to 3rd set tiebreaks, Nicholas Almagro’s new role, and a UKT Special on the Davis/Fed/Hopman cup. Read the Intro edition below, or read the full edition by clicking Here

Stan REALLY is the Man

Stan Wawrinka, once ranked 3rd in the ATP rankings, and holder of 3 grand slam titles, has had a troubling 2 years. After suffering injuries to his knee and back he dropped as low as 263 in the world. He has since climbed back to 36th in the world rankings, with his best result reaching the final of the

Fairway to heaven (hopefully) for Andy

Former world No.1 Andy Murray has turned to the fairways in his bid to return action on centre court at Wimbledon this summer. The two-time Wimbledon champion, who had a hip resurfacing operation in January in a last ditch bid to overcome injury posted an image on his instagram account yesterday, with the encouraging words: Played my first round of

Williams blames hormones for US Open meltdown

Six months after that meltdown, Serena Williams may have actually admitted that her controversial and unprecedented US Open finals outburst went well over the top. The former No. 1 whose recent tennis seems to have taken a backseat to motherhood, gave what almost amounted to an apology for her Flushing Meadows boilover which left winning opponent Naomi Osaka in tears on the