Tennis is a difficult sport both mentally and physically, due to the numerous psychological pressures of the game. Lets also not forget the physiological motions that players’ bodies must endure to execute, forehands, backhands, serves and volleys. It’s no wonder that the sport places tremendous stress on a player’s joints, ligaments and muscles. As such, […]
the evolution of tennis
The most prestigious tournament in tennis is about to kick off again as the top players around the world contest for prize money of £31,600,000.
The New Yorker profiles Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios might have pulled with an injury at Wimbledon 2017 but his star is still rising. In fact, it is rising so much that The New Yorker’s profiled him in a piece titled: Nick Kyrgios – The reluctant rising star of tennis. Nick Kyrgios -The Most Exciting New Talent in Men’s Tennis Isn’t Sure […]
why Andy Murray can go all the way and win a second Wimbledon crown this summer
Andy Murray is one of the best British tennis players of all-time but the 28-year-old has won just two Grand Slam titles throughout his career. Murray burst onto the scene at Wimbledon in 2005 as he reached the third round before losing to David Nalbandian. From there, Murray’s love affair with Wimbledon began. The Brit […]
the wimbledon hangover: equal prize money or is it?
While browsing Facebook suffering from a huge Wimbledon 2015 hangover, I stumbled upon a very interesting discussion about equal prize money at Wimbledon. The discussion about equal prize money is as old as the sports itself and while it may seem that equal pay is a step forward for women, it, however, does cut both […]
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