Featured Miami Open

Federer aims for 101 against holder Isner in Miami showdown

While Roger Federer takes aim at a 101st career title at the Miami Masters, his over-30 top rivals all seem to be mired again in

Featured Miami Open

Edmund & Kyrgios angered by crowds, Djokovic falls to Agut – again

Novak Djokovic, who started Tuesday’s Miami Open fourth round match with a perfect 41-0 record in the event,  suffered a shock defeat to the man

Editor Picks Featured

‘Hubi’ in Pole position  

A new young star is emerging from Eastern Europe – and after beating sixth seed Kei Nishikori at Indian Wells this week – Tomasz Lorek

Editor Picks Featured Fed Cup

Now a makeover for the Fed Cup too by 2020?

Hot on the heels of the recent mega-money makeover of the 118 year old Davis Cup competition there are  strong  rumours that a re-vamped, week

Editor Picks Featured

When the doctor knows best, just ask Andy

Sunday Serve: Week 3 TAKE a bow Sarah Muirhead-Allwood. Who? And why? Well, Doctor Muirhead-Allwood is the hip surgeon who operated on Andy Murray recently

Editor Picks Featured

Top 10 Women Players of all Time

To celebrate International Women’s Day, GrandSlamtennis.online looks at the best of the best in international tennis… Martina Hingis Martina won 5 Grand Slams. Prize money

Dubai Featured

Roger Federer wins 100th ATP title in Dubai

6600 days after winning his first ATP title in Milan, Roger Federer  today won  his 100th ATP Tour title in the Dubai Tennis Championships the

Editor Picks Featured Uncategorized

Post surgery trophy haul wins Djokovic Laureus “Sportsman of Year” award

Serbian superstar and fifteen time Grand slam winner Novak Djokovic has been on fire since returning from serious injury and surgery  in 2017 culminating in 

Featured The Australian Open

Swede dreams are made of this

From average player to supercoach. Polish Journalist  Tomasz Lorek unravels the story of one of Sweden’s greatest unsung heroes … coach Magnus Norman. A man with

Davis Cup Featured

Hewitt to Davis Cup: You don’t know what you’re doing

Aussie blast for Davis Cup organisers Lleyton Hewitt has hit out at tennis officials, accusing them of not knowing what they’re doing by making radical