Sister defends Court

June Shanahan, Margaret Court’s sister, told Sydney radio station 2GB on Saturday that she was ‘disgusted’ at remarks made by Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews condemning the awarding of the Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) to the legendary player.

Murray will not be travelling down under

Andy Murray will not be competing at the season opening grand slam and admits he is ‘devastated’ to be missing the Australian Open after testing positive for Covid-19 12 days ago.

Laura Robson undergoes more surgery

Britain’s Laura Robson’s hopes of making a full on-court comeback took another downturn when she underwent a third hip surgery last week.

ATP Cup draw is made for Feb 1 kick-off

In eleven day’s time, the tennis news will switch from recalcitrant players discussing the problems they are facing during quarantine to actual action on the court. That will be a moment to celebrate as the game moves closer to the first grand slam of the season when...

Is Australia shooting itself in the foot?

Australia seems intent on shooting itself in the foot, as participants in the first Grand Slam of the year continue to draw criticism while fur flies over the funding of the quarantining of some 1,200 overseas visitors and Margaret Court is tipped to receive the...

Barty joins Adelaide exhibition

Ash Barty’s hopes of joining the elite group of players in Adelaide for an exhibition on 29 January have been fulfilled as the women’s World No 1 has been named to take part with Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.

Bernades taken to Melbourne hospital

Brazil’s professional umpire Carlos Bernardes suffered a heart attack In his Melbourne quarantine hotel room and was rushed to hospital on Wednesday, where he is said to be ‘doing well’.

ATP-WTA merger notion stalls

The newly-elected 2021-2022 ATP Player Council includes the return to duty of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray, all of whom have supported the notion of merging the ATP and WTA Tours, but the proposal has since stalled.

Murray still negotiating

While the coronavirus problems grow in Melbourne and a minority of quarantined players grumble at the inconvenience of the safety measures imposed on them, British tennis fans await the news as to whether Andy Murray will be allowed to compete

ATP Calendar update

The ATP has announced additions to their 2021 calendar as they continue to fit in opportunities for players to compete during these challenging times which have thrown the traditional calendar into disarray.
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Wimbledon | Day 11 – Men’s semi-final Day

What to look out for today

Day 11 at Wimbledon is men’s semi-finals day at the All England Club when the last 4 are whittled down to 2 on Centre Court

Defending champion Novak Djokovic takes on Roberto Bautista Agut, while great rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal also go head-to-head.
The weather looks set fair with a promised 24 degrees.

Centre Court, 1pm
• Novak Djokovic v Roberto Bautista Agut
• Roger Federer v Rafael Nadal

Brit Watch
Andy Lapthorne & Australian partner Dylan Alcott play the quad wheelchair doubles final on Court 14 at 11am.
Alfie Hewitt & Gordon Reid are in wheelchair doubles action, while Jordanne Whiley is playing alongside Japan’s Yui Kamiji in the ladies’ wheelchair doubles.
Arthur Frey & Toby Samuel play their boys’ doubles quarter-final, as do Jacob Fearnley & Connor Thomson.

Pick of the day
There is only one ticket in town, the blockbuster semi-final between Federer and Nadal, incredibly their first meeting here at Wimbledon since the epic 2008 final which the Spaniard won, 9-7 in the fifth set.
Federer, now 37, will be hoping for a quick kill but if it goes the distance, Nadal will fancy his chances of moving a step closer to a third title.




  1. Veronica McCarthy

    Good luck to all GB players , You have all done Brilliantly , xxx🎾🎾🎾🇬🇧🌹🌹🌹

  2. Elaine James

    C’mon the GB Mens Wheelchair players in Doubles today …and Andy & Jordanne…good luck x


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