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Can anyone stop Novak Djokovic

By David Cox, published on Jun 30, 2016 believes it's going to be quite difficult for that to happen given all that has transpired over the last few months.

Djokovic is undoubtedly in the prime of his form as the world no. 1 has now won six of the seven Grand Slams that he has last played in. Having capped the elusive French Open in May after defeating Andy Murray in the final, the Serbian has completed the Career Grand Slam as he now sets his sight to bigger records.

To put things in perspective, Djokovic's track record this season is 44-3, where two of those surprising defeats came in early... (more)


Federer looking forward to Wimbledon

By David Cox, published on Jun 10, 2013

Roger Federer cut a dejected figure when he was beaten by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the quarter-finals of the French Open but he can at least look forward to the grass swing now that his clay season has come to an end. Federer appears to be falling behind his great rivals Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, but on the All-England Club lawns there's reason to believe that Fedex can beat anyone over five sets. "I love the grass court season. Especially as it's been 10 years since my first Wimbledon victory," said Federer in anticipation of his next challenge. "I'm looking forward to coming back... (more)


Australian Open breakthroughs

By David Cox, published on Feb 21, 2013

At the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Monday, we got a glimpse of how quickly fortunes can change in the world of professional tennis. Laura Robson and Sloane Stephens, two teenagers who made headlines at the Australian Open just weeks ago, were dumped out of the WTA Premier event in the first round by lower-ranked, lower-profile opponents.

Having both beaten Grand Slam champions in Melbourne, the biggest prospects in British and American tennis learned just how tough it is to adapt to greater expectations, and their chances to make a big impact in the Middle East ended before... (more)


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