1. Women's Doubles Tennis: A Williams Whitewash We'd Wish To Continue?

    Between them they amass an almighty forty-five Grand Slam titles and five Olympic gold medals, establishing themselves as the most successful siblings ever to grace any sport...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 4 years ago 445 reads 1 comments

  2. Baltacha's Blockage: Australian Open Reflection

    One of the success stories in the Australian Open was British women’s number one Elena Baltacha, for the second time in her career reaching the third round of the down under tournament...

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  3. Australian Open 2010: Murray's Claim To The Throne?

    Andy Murray’s relatively comfortable defeat has brought up the question of whether Roger Federer really needs to carry on claiming every grand slam in sight, or whether he can do other ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 4 years ago 317 reads 2 comments

  4. To Be Or Not To Be: Robert Kubica's Important Decision

    After a disastrous season at the departing BMW team Robert Kubica seemingly took the safe choice by accepting a seat at the Renault team...

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  5. The LTA's Revolution: The Re-Discovery of British Women?

    After the Christmas break the world of tennis will become thrust into life and action with the opening tournaments to the 2010 season...

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  6. F1 2010: Sauber Name Their First Driver

    Of all the places that Kamui Kobayashi could have ended up I don’t think Sauber would have been top of the predicted list...

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  7. Kimi's Rally Adventure: A Predicted Analysis

    Ferrari’s decision to release Kimi Raikkonen may have proven a detriment to the world of Formula 1, but one sports loss is another’s gain, as the Ice Man deflects to the world of rally driving ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 4 years ago 530 reads 4 comments

  8. The Unveiling Of Lotus 2010: Heikki's New Adventure

    Lotus have now named their two drivers for the 2010 season. Predictability and recent speculation dictated that the first seat would go to Jarno Trulli and now Mclaren reject Heikki Kovalainen has emerged as the second driver...

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  9. 2012 Games: Lost Cause Of Olympic Tennis Takes A Turn For The Better

    Now let’s be honest, the Olympics Games and tennis don’t exactly go hand in hand. Tennis as a sport is included within each four yearly games and medals are awarded, but it is not ...

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  10. FIA's New Invention: Goodbye To Former Greats With A New Points System?

    News has emerged today that there are plans for a new points change, one that looks likely to replicate the tally of points that series such as touring cars and Moto GP sees...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 4 years ago 115 reads 2 comments

  11. Formula 1 In Union: The 2010 Launch

    When the lights go out in the first grand prix of 2010 the twenty six strong field will be the largest rostrum of drivers seen for over ten years...

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  12. F1 2010: Lotus's Secret Return

    In mid-November the returning Lotus team announced that their first driver decision had already been made, yet they declined to reveal who had claimed the lucrative drive...

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  13. John Rooney's Family Fortunes?

    Football scouts are flooding to Moss Rose – the stadium of English League 2 side Macclesfield Town. The reason for this barrage of optimistic talent searchers is a player named John Rooney...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 4 years ago 425 reads 2 comments

  14. Brawn GP; Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

    There is no denying that as the years progress sport becomes more business orientated. As a result it either becomes a profitable organisation that prospers or it slides on a continuous decline of bankruptcy until it ceases to exist...

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  15. The Sport Of Snooker: Another One Bites The Dust?

    Most things have a general life span. Once the object of affection becomes banal or repetitive it begins to reduce in popularity...

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  16. F1 2010: The Future Of Renault F1 and Robert Kubica Unfolds

    With Renault toying with the idea of quitting Formula 1, yet another driver sees his 2010 chances dwindle. Robert Kubica was quickly snapped up by Renault after BMW made their intentions of departing from the sport clear in mid-season...

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  17. Toyota's Demise, A Driver's Dream Over?

    With the final Japanese team disappearing from the track and Kazuki Nakajima expected to be demoted from the sport due to lacklustre performances it is looking worringly likely that ...

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  18. 2010 F1 Team News: The Return Of The Independent?

    When Sauber and Jordan quit Formula 1 the reason was simple. Independent teams could not compete with the budgets of other teams. Sauber became BMW and whilst they retained the name with BMW Sauber the team was run by the German car manufacturer...

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  19. Liverpool Vs Lyon: Why Sacking Benitez Is Not An Option

    As Liverpool head to Lyon in an attempt to reignite their Champions League campaign the pressure is most certainly on one man – Rafa Benitez. Liverpool’s opening to the 2009/10 campaign has been thoroughly disappointing...

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  20. Trials and Tribulations Of The In Season Testing Ban

    In recent years it was obvious that Formula 1 was in danger of falling into extinction. Small independent teams could not compete with the big budgets and expertise of the likes of Ferrari and Mclaren...

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  21. Formula 1 In Retrospect: A Tale of Two Seasons

    Through eighteen-and-a-half races a title was won by the unexpected Jenson Button, who, after years of fading into the background, produced an opening display worthy of praise which also solidified his position in the lead of the driver’s championsh

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about over 4 years ago 261 reads 2 comments

  22. A Champion In Waiting: Push The Button

    It is almost true that Jenson Button will be crowned champion this season. Based on recent race weekends action he is doing enough to protect his lead...

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  23. F1 Transfer News: The Ice Man Returns To Former Glories?

    Before Kimi Raikkonen’s move to Ferrari at the end of 2006 he was already deemed a champion in waiting. These claims were rapidly confirmed in his debut season for the Italian team when the ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 5 years ago 1,079 reads 3 comments

  24. F1 Transfer News: Big Boys and Their Big Toys

    When Michael Schumacher chose a change of direction towards a Ferrari drive many were bewildered. After many successful years at Benetton there was a worry that he’d lose his focus ...

    Antony Herbert Written by Antony Herbert about almost 5 years ago 271 reads 1 comments

  25. Michael Schumacher: Protecting The Myth

    Ferrari’s handling of the Massa situation has been somewhat of a failure thus far. With the Brazilian unfortunately forced out of action it was left for Ferrari to find a suitable replacement...

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