1. Reflecting on Rafael Nadal's Olympic Withdrawal

    Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal from the Olympic event is a sad time for the sport and for the player personally, but does it expose the darker side of the golden era of tennis? ...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 2 years ago 7,945 reads 44 comments

  2. Why Novak Djokovic Will Bounce Back with London 2012 Olympic Gold

    Compared to last year, 2012 has been a rather disappointing campaign for Novak Djokovic . This time last year he was world No. 1, had won eight titles including the Australian Open and Wimbledon and boasted an impressive 50-1 record...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 2 years ago 5,037 reads 61 comments

  3. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: The Man Who Can End Andy Murray's Wimbledon 2012 Dream

    Within the traditions and steeps of history that surround the grounds of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, there is one man who ignites an electric spark within the spectators like no other...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 2 years ago 889 reads 0 comments

  4. Andy Murray Beats Marin Cilic to Keep Wimbledon Dream Alive

    Despite several rain delays, Andy Murray was able to produce his best performance yet to book his place in the Wimbledon quarter finals with a straight sets victory over Marin Cilic...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 2 years ago 295 reads 1 comments

  5. Andy Murray: A Fourth Successive Wimbledon Semi or a Historic Final?

    Read absolutely nothing into Andy Murray’s early exit at Queens last week, he will have a decent Wimbledon...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about over 2 years ago 217 reads 2 comments

  6. How Important Is Rafael Nadal's Monte Carlo Win over Novak Djokovic?

    Before today, Rafael Nadal had lost seven straight finals to Novak Djokovic . This afternoon's victory in Monte Carlo has seen the Spaniard stamp his authority on the 2012 clay-court season...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about over 2 years ago 3,130 reads 15 comments

  7. Can the French Topple Any of the Big Four at Roland Garros 2012?

    Such is the dominance of the big four at the last three grand slams it would take a brave person to bet against one of them lifting the French Open trophy this year...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about over 2 years ago 605 reads 7 comments

  8. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: Is the Top Four Beyond His Reach?

    It was a warm and sunny English afternoon on the grass of centre court when Jo-Wilfried Tsonga announced himself to the tennis world once again...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about over 2 years ago 662 reads 8 comments

  9. Roger Federer: Paris Masters Win Makes Him Favourite for World Tour Finals

    Roger Federer claimed his maiden Paris Masters title Sunday and with that he has also become the favourite to retain the year-end ATP World Tour Finals in London...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about almost 3 years ago 893 reads 65 comments

  10. Why Li Na Will Never Win a Second Grand Slam Title

    It was a glorious day for Chinese tennis when Li Na overcame Francesca Schiavone to win her maiden grand slam title in June...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about almost 3 years ago 1,095 reads 9 comments

  11. Why Novak Djokovic Is Destined to Beat Rafael Nadal in US Open Final

    It would be fitting, would it not, if Novak Djokovic were to win the last Grand Slam of the year and cap what has truly been an astonishing year for the world No. 1...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 670 reads 17 comments

  12. US Open 2011 Events Prove Why Players' Union Is a Must

    Yesterday's court-related US Open drama was the tip of the iceberg: There must be a players' union created to act as a checks-and-balances system that holds tournament organizers accountable for their scheduling decisions...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 141 reads 0 comments

  13. US Open Tennis 2011: 5 Women Who Could Shake Up the Draw

    With the US Open just six days away and women's tennis still in an unpredictable manner, this year could see a player outside the top 10 win a Grand Slam...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 580 reads 2 comments

  14. US Open 2011: Caroline Wozniacki's Exit in Toronto Could Be the End of Her Reign

    It may still be a little early to predict who is going to win the US Open, but based on her recent performances in grand slams and masters events, Caroline Wozniacki will not win in New York...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 1,387 reads 10 comments

  15. Farmers Classic and Stanford 2011: Looking Ahead to Next Week's Action

    Next week's action at the Farmers Classic and Stanford will be a marker for who is heading into the 2011 US Open in good form...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 112 reads 0 comments

  16. British Open Golf 2011: 4 Reasons Luke Donald Will Never Win the Open

    Luke Donald was one of the favourites to lift the claret jug on Sunday, but the World No. 1 failed to make the cut on Friday...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 271 reads 1 comments

  17. Wimbledon 2011: 5 Highly Anticipated Matchups That Never Happened

    Like any tournament there are always matchups that are highly anticipated and this year was no different. However, due to the scale of the brilliant tennis at SW19 and, in turn, the odd upset, some matchups were not to be realised...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 823 reads 0 comments

  18. Wimbledon 2011: 5 Things We'll Remember Most from Championships

    Wimbledon is always full of special moments and the 125th year of the Championships has not failed to live up to expectation. The women's draw has been wide open with seeded players dropping like flies...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 579 reads 0 comments

  19. Wimbledon 2011: 25 Tennis Hotties at the Championships

    As has been mentioned time and again over the course of the year, there is no one in the women's game who can take the No.1 spot by the scruff of the neck and really dominate the sport...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 28,740 reads 12 comments

  20. Wimbledon 2011: Maria Sharapova and the 10 Loudest Grunters

    Grunting has become, in the opinion of many, an ugly side of tennis, but is it really that bad? It has become a part of the game, especially in the women's draw—where about ...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 4,042 reads 6 comments

  21. Wimbledon 2011: 10 Most Underrated Players at All England Club

    As in any sport there are always players who overshadow others. Whether that be natural beauty, obvious outstanding talent or a personality that will ignite a press conference this exists in sport but in tennis it is most dominant...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 2,682 reads 5 comments

  22. Wimbledon 2011 Day 4: Serena, Schiavone and Ivanovic Enter Round Three

    Serena Williams battled from a set down and ultimately cruised into the third round of Wimbledon. With a 3-6, 6-2, 6-1 victory over Simona Halep, the seventh seed enters a ...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about 3 years ago 436 reads 1 comments

  23. Wimbledon 2011: Andy Roddick and 2 Other Dark Horses

    Everyone is talking about who can win Wimbledon, but more than often the discussion is limited to only three or four men: Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Andy Murray...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about over 3 years ago 1,656 reads 5 comments

  24. Wimbledon 2011: Can Ana Ivanovic Repeat Performance of 2007?

    Ana Ivanovic will enter Wimbledon with more confidence than in recent years. The former World No.1 is not carrying an injury and boasts a favorable 4-2 record on grass this year...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about over 3 years ago 1,263 reads 7 comments

  25. Wimbledon 2011: Venus Williams Can Reach Latter Stages

    The return of Venus Williams to the court at the Eastbourne Aegon International has sparked murmurs that the World No. 33 can challenge at Wimbledon 2011...

    Jack Johnson Written by Jack Johnson about over 3 years ago 716 reads 5 comments