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Rotterdam | Hewett and Reid make it a brilliant day for the Brits

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid made it a clean sweep when it came to British success on the opening day of their ABM AMRO World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament campaigns. Having been given byes in the opening rounds of both the singles and doubles competition at this years event, they had to wait until day three to showcase their skill, but when the time came they did it in...

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Melbourne | Reid and Hewett ready for a ‘classic’ in the final

Rivalries – they are a big thing in tennis and well and truly part of the excitement of any Slam. And with Britain’s Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett booking their spot in the final with a 6-1, 4-6, 10-6 semi-final win over Gustavo Fernandez and Shingo Kunieda it means Melbourne Park is about to witness one of the biggest current rivalries in the...

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Melbourne | Why it’s difficult to predict a winner in the men’s open division?

The first round will see a replay of last years final, the 2017 Wimbledon and Roland Garros singles champions go head to head, the US Open champion take on the wildcard from Oz and one of our top Brits take on a returning to his best form former World number one. If you asked me to call who might lift the 2018 Australian Open men’s open division singles title right now I don’t think I could. The standard of the top players is so good that on their day anyone of them could claim that trophy at the end...

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