Nick Powell takes a look at Murray’s recent misfortune on court and his likelihood of success in the twilight years of the Scotsman’s stellar career.
Four years ago Wales slumped to a humiliating 6-1 defeat away at Serbia. It was a humbling night. Where there should have been outrage and anger from the fans, there was only dejection. A whole nation had been embarrassed. Chris Coleman, the Welsh manager, sat alone in the airport, contemplating resignation. Yet, perversely, this was […]
Andy Murray had one hell of a 2015. After returning to the big-match scene in the Australian Open of January 2015 (where he lost to Djokovic in the final), Murray fought to a semi-final in the French (losing to Djokovic again) and a Wimbledon semi-final as well (lost to Federer). Let’s not talk about the […]
As week one of Wimbledon draws to a close, Online Sport Editor Oli Davis assesses four of the main talking points from an engrossing week at the All-England Club. It seems almost appropriate that these scorching, record-breaking temperatures sweeping the nation over the past week have coincided with the event signalling the start of summer- […]
Wimbledon makes me want to do things. Things I would never normally even consider doing. I’m not an angry person – despite society telling me that my orange locks require it of me – yet this tennis tournament incites real rage within me. Society wins. Wimbledon winds me up. My uncharacteristic actions are threefold: Firstly, I […]