Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro looks back at the iconic moments from the ATP World Tour Finals time in London.
James Anderson, grey skies, the new ball. Jonny Wilkinson, the pocket, the drop goal. Usain Bolt, the Olympics, the 100m track. Simone Biles, major competition, the floor. In certain sporting situations, you know the outcome, yet whether it’s Jimmy ripping through a World Class top order, Jonny slotting a beautifully struck three points off his […]
Senthur Shanmugarasa previews this year’s French Open , where a small number of fans are set to be allowed to watch matches live. Rafael Nadal makes his return to Grand Slam tennis at his favourite Grand Slam, as the French Open kicks off in Paris on Sunday. Skipping the US Open on health grounds, he’s […]
When Rafael Nadal overcame Dominic Thiem in straight sets, it saw him clinch an unprecedented 11th French Open title and served to confirm a well-known tennis truth. Rafa is the King of Clay. The French Open is a unique event in that it is the only Grand Slam tournament to use a clay court, and this […]
Vincent Kompany is an atom of unadulterated energy. He emits a roar – a primal roar of frustration turned to delight. After months of watching in the stands and seasons blighted by recurring injury problems, Kompany sees light at the end of a very long, and very dark, tunnel. The Manchester City skipper had put […]
When Thomas Hamilton entered Dunblane Primary school in 1996, loaded his four guns and opened fire upon a gymnasium of children, little did he envisage that laying in his mercy would be the most successful British tennis player of all time. Fast forward 20 years, and Andrew Murray is at the peak of modern tennis, having become […]