• May
    Equal prize money at the Grand Slams? It’s not equal. Simple as.
    To be honest I’ve been hesitant to touch this controversial issue. In today’s politically correct climate and social media fueled outrage culture there seems to be some topics that simply cannot be discussed without immediately being called a sexist or worse. Shutting down conversations by resorting to name calling rather than engaging with the idea… Read more
  • Jan
    Murray can end Serb’s monopoly
    ASIDE from hoping the Australian Open gets a real classic of a men’s final after two weeks during which the integrity of the sport has been repeatedly questioned, I want to see Andy Murray get the title his talent and commitment deserves. Saying it’s not going to be easy is a bit like saying Murray… Read more
  • Jan
    These whingeing Aussie flag-wavers are all Greek to me
    DOWN here in the land of plenty, there is a new look to the Australian tennis scene. Take a look at the names and you will see what I mean: Nick Kyrgios, Bernie Tomic, Thanasi Kokkinakis, Daria Gavrilova and, before she got married a couple of weeks ago, Jamila Gajdosova. Nobody needs to tell me… Read more
  • Jan
    Powerhouse Raonic has the all-round game to spring a major surprise
    SEEING as the monopoly of the top five male players has been broken just once in the past six years and the Australian Open has been their domain since 2005, it would take a brave man to bet on an outsider breaking through in the next fortnight. However, Marin Cilic managed it at the US… Read more