Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro looks back at the iconic moments from the ATP World Tour Finals time in London.
It’s July 2016. Andy Murray has just won Wimbledon – he goes onto finish the year at the top of the rankings. Novak Djokovic has just completed the career Grand Slam at the French Open, and the once-gladiatorial Federer-Nadal rivalry that, in many ways, represented what men’s tennis was for the past 10 years, was […]
2017 was supposed to be the year Roger Federer slowly made his exit from the upper echelons of world tennis. A year which showed flashes of his past ability, but in which he succumbed to the testing physicality of the tour. A chance to bid goodbye to the venues in which he has made so […]
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 […]
Once again the tennis season starts to draw to a close, and the inevitable debate about Roger Federer’s future arises. After a poor start to the year in which he failed to make the semi finals in Roland Garros and a shocking third round knockout against Andreas Seppi in Australia, Federer – now 34 – […]