“One of the most unexpected and close ATP Finals”, says Sky tennis expert Marcel Meinert

Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin will go head-to-head in London’s O2 Arena for the second time in this years Nitto ATP Finals to prove they are the world’s best. Kicking out both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, Goffin would deserve to be crowned champion. Yet, Dimitrov had beaten every opponent

Paris Masters: The Last Chance Saloon

This week marks the beginning of the end of one of sport’s most complicated qualification processes. The Paris Masters is the ninth and final ATP Masters 1000 tour event, the third tier of men’s professional tennis behind Grand Slams and the upcoming ATP World Tour Finals.  To backtrack, the ATP (Association of

Just how necessary was the Laver Cup?

The lavishly staged Laver Cup premiered this weekend in the O2 Arena in Prague. Team Europe beat Team World in a dull series of matches over three days, only to enhance the oh-so elite dominance of European male tennis players. The only highlight was the double debut of tennis alpha-males

Is tennis starting to lose its class?

Tennis has always been seen as a middle-class . A sport watched and played by ‘ladies and gentlemen’, the modern game took shape in the 1800s. Fast-Forward 150 years and it is one of the most popular sports in the world with an average of 45 countries represented in the