Wimbledon | Alcaraz crushes Djokovic for title

Wimbledon | Alcaraz crushes Djokovic for title

Carlos Alcaraz, the 21-year-old who has electrified tennis, sent shock waves through those who hailed him a “winner” after defeating seven-time champion Novak Djokovic for a second year running in the Wimbledon men’s final on Centre Court.

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ATP TOUR

Eastbourne | Fritz makes it three

Eastbourne | Fritz makes it three

Taylor Fritz achieved two main objectives as he pocketed the eighth title of his career by winning the Eastbourne International for a third time, the first male player to do so, a result which lifts him back as the American No.1, a spot he lost to Tommy Paul a week ago!

Eastbourne | Purcell ends Harris’ hopes to meet Fritz in final

Eastbourne | Purcell ends Harris’ hopes to meet Fritz in final

Billy Harris’ hopes of reaching his first tour final were ended by Max Purcell in the last four of the Rothewsay International at Eastbourne and become Britain’s male player to reach the title round, were dashed by Max Purcell who will face Taylor Fritz to establish...

Eastbourne | Harris continues his run on grass

Eastbourne | Harris continues his run on grass

Billy Harris continues his excellent run on grass to become the fifth British male semi-finalist in the Rothesay International tournament’s history in Eastbourne, joining Greg Rusedski (six times), Tim Henman (1997), Kyle Edmund (2019) and Jack Draper (2022).

WTA TOUR

Bad Homburg | Shnaider wins first grass court title

Bad Homburg | Shnaider wins first grass court title

Unseeded Diana Shnaider became the 6th player to win multiple titles this season with a 6-3 2-6 6-3 victory over Croatia's Donna Vekic at the WTA 600 Bad Homburg Open in Germany, which was the Russian’s first tour title on grass in what was just her 4th professional...

Eastbourne | Kasatkina finally lifts a trophy 

Eastbourne | Kasatkina finally lifts a trophy 

Daria Kasatkina ended her run of defeats in WTA finals at the Rothesay International, the WTA 500 event in Eastbourne, where the Russian beat Canada's Leylah Fernandez, 6-3 6-4, to lift the trophy on Saturday.

Bad Homburg | It’s a Shnaider v Vekic final in Germany

Bad Homburg | It’s a Shnaider v Vekic final in Germany

Two unseeded players will fight for the title at the Bad Homburg Open in Germany on Saturday after Diana Shnaider upset No 3 seed Emma Navarro, 7-5 2-6 6-3, and Donna Vekic defeated qualifier Viktoriya Tomova 6-0 7-6(6) in Friday's semi-finals.

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Wimbledon | Alcaraz crushes Djokovic for title

Wimbledon | Alcaraz crushes Djokovic for title

Carlos Alcaraz, the 21-year-old who has electrified tennis, sent shock waves through those who hailed him a “winner” after defeating seven-time champion Novak Djokovic for a second year running in the Wimbledon men’s final on Centre Court.

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Paris | Hewett & Reid secure record fifth title

Paris | Hewett & Reid secure record fifth title

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid equalled the overall record for Grand Slam doubles titles won by any one partnership on Saturday as they clinched their fifth successive French Open wheelchair doubles title and 20th Grand Slam title together following a 6-1 6-4 victory...

Rotterdam | Hewett makes it five.

Rotterdam | Hewett makes it five.

Alfie Hewett moved to within one tournament win of 60 international singles titles across junior and senior competition after he beat Belgian Joachim Gerard 6-2 6-3 on Sunday to claim his fifth successive men’s wheelchair singles title at the ABN AMRO Open in...

Melbourne | Hewett, Reid and Lapthorne add to their grand slam haul

Melbourne | Hewett, Reid and Lapthorne add to their grand slam haul

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid won their fifth successive Australian Open men’s wheelchair doubles title on Friday as Andy Lapthorne completed another tremendous day for British wheelchair tennis and players supported by the LTA’s Elite Wheelchair Programme as he...

Melbourne | Hewett reaches wheelchair final

Melbourne | Hewett reaches wheelchair final

Alfie Hewett will contest his 17th Grand Slam singles final on Saturday at the Australian Open after the world No.1 today produced a powerhouse performance to beat Belgium’s Joachim Gerard 6-4 6-1 to reach his fourth successive title decider at Melbourne Park. He will...

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