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ATP 2021 predictions: Is it Thiem time at last?

grandslam.online editor PETER ROWE checks his crystal ball and asks if it is time for a changing of the guard in men’s tennis in 2021.

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That was the year that was …

Grandslamtennis.online publisher and chief photographer ROGER PARKER looks back at a tumultuous year through the lens of his camera … The 2020 season began normally

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WTA 2020: A year the wheels came off for women’s tennis

The WTA tour was badly hit by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2202, but, as BILL SCOTT reports, women’s tennis is determined to bounce back in

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ATP 2020: The year Roger and Wimbledon both went missing

Grandslamtennis.online chief reporter BILL SCOTT looks back at at 2020, the year Wimbledon was cancelled because of the global pandemic and the year that saw

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Rehabbing Federer may prioritise Wimby over Oz: Rosset

While his chances of playing the now-delayed Australian Open somewhat dicey, former Swiss Olympic champion Marc Rosset has little doubt that Roger Federer will be taking

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Farewell to the Chief: Olmedo passes

Peruvian-born Alex Olmedo, who won Wimbledon and the Australian Championships in 1959, becoming the first Latin American man to win a Grand Slam singles title

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Rusedski predicts: Murray will retire at Wimbledon

Greg Rusedski has made the bold prediction that Andy Murray wil;l pack in his career next summer at Wimbledon. The Canadian-turned-Brit told the tennis365 website

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Great posters and photos now available on grandslamtennis.online

Looking for a photo, or a poster (up to a whopping A2 size) for a Christmas present? Or to adorn your study – or your

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Wimbledon to receive massive pandemic insurance payout

Wimbledon chiefs are set to receive a payout of more than £174 million ($230m) from insurers to cover losses from the COVID-19 pandemic. The figure,