Serena

It has taken me a while to get my thoughts on the debate down on paper, it is a such a complex issue that is important to dissect with careful consideration. I have done a fair few interviews in the aftermath which have been incredibly challenging. The time you are given is just not long […]

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On Court Coaching

In 2008 the WTA finally gave in to the increasing difficulty to police the words that come from the players box, and introduced on court coaching. The trouble was mainly because of the of the many languages used, with some English speaking players claiming it was unfair that a Russian player is free to have […]

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Rain Delays

Unbelievably, Doha in the desert had hourly battles with rain and the tournament spent much of the week underwater. It was the sort of light drizzle that us Brits get blamed for everywhere we go, and the players were frustratingly pulled off the court up to 4 times in a match. The main problem is […]

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A Lesson From Johanna Konta

I had an absolute blast watching Jo march her way through to the semi final over the past two weeks, and I know you all did too! Consistent quality of strike, aggressive movement, amazing strength out wide and a cool calm focus on getting the job done, it seems like Jo has got pretty much […]

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