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5 reasons why Genie Bouchard suddenly winning well on clay

Canada's darling Eugenie Bouchard admits to eating disorder and the twitching pangs of pressure TERRANCE GAVAN - EDITOR Pressure. Those of us who have never had to rise to an occasion, those who never played elite sports and those who are incapable of hitting our empathic stride might certainly pooh-pooh the very real physical manifestations that [...]

Novak Djokovic has no answer to the Querrey at Wimbledon – 3 reasons Nolé blew it

The Joker is on Novak as Sam Querrey comes up aces TERRANCE GAVAN - BLOGGER Novak Djokovic is not going to complete the same year slam in 2016 and that is down to Sam Querrey, a guy who just happened to drift in from some extraterrestrial plain to the grass of Wimbledon today. Was it [...]

Muguruza outhits Serena Williams to take first Grand Slam on red clay

Muguruza played Williams using a steady battery of power, finesse and wondrous shot making to take her place in the pantheon of Grand Slam Dams TERRANCE GAVAN - EDITOR Bouncing on the red brick dust that adorns Centre court at Roland Garros, Gabine Muguruza seemed blissfully unaware that she was on the sublime side of destiny. [...]

Raonic versus Murray in Aussie Semis – 3 reasons why Raonic is better

TERRANCE GAVAN - BLOGGER - EDITOR  Milos Raonic ripped a page from a temperless Tiffany of tennis titancy today (or is it tomorrow) down under in Melbourne, Australia at the lowliest of the slams. Milos faced the dancing maniac, Gael Monfils, and silenced the crowd and the Frenchman by ensconcing him in the depths of calm, [...]