Painful losses often end up being building blocks.
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The Tale of 3 Generations
Are the future and the past taking away attention from the here and now? Owais Majid believes they just might…
Spare a Thought for Casper
Casper Ruud deserves praise for his poise in victory and his courtesy afterwards.
Tennis For a Blind Fan
Owais Majid writes about how being a blind tennis fan has just gotten tougher.
The Predictable Unpredictability of Nick Kyrgios
Kyrgios gave a full-Kyrgios performance against Nadal at Indian Wells.
Novak Djokovic, the Enigma
Djokovic’s BBC interview was controversial, but he largely stuck to his principles, which is what we have come to expect.
Juan Martín del Potro: The People’s Champ
Owais Majid’s tribute to Delpo.
Rating the Rising ATP Stars
By Owais Majid Another grand slam has been and gone and it has been yet another that has given us plenty of storylines surrounding a group of players likely to dominate the men’s tour for the next decade or so. As such, I thought I’d take a look at the respective campaigns of these players,Continue reading “Rating the Rising ATP Stars”
Australian Open Awards
Owais Majid gives his Australian Open awards on best story, best match, biggest surprise, and more!
Daniil Medvedev: Why The Kid No Longer Dreams
Daniil Medvedev lost in the final of the Australian Open on Sunday and went on to speak about dreams in his post-match press-conference.