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Challenging the system
Tennis can be a tough sport. There are days when you win matches that you shouldn’t. There are also days when you feel like you really should have won the match but didn’t. Read full blog
Chasing golf carts and rankings
It’s a very interesting time of year for tennis. While there are no more Grand Slam events on the calendar, two very important Master Series events in Shanghai, which is ongoing, and Paris remain. Read full blog
Changing of the guard
I hope many of you were able to watch one of the most historic US Opens in recent history. Read full blog
A New York state of mind
Although entry deadlines for tennis tournaments typically take place one month before the actual event, that’s not where the scheduling decisions end. Read full blog
Learning points from Paris
A lot changes during the two weeks of a Grand Slam. The first few days are chaotic with several hundred tennis players all going about their business. Read full blog
Postcard from Paris
As tennis fans across the globe either descend on the grounds of Roland Garros or turn on their TVs, the 2014 edition of the French Open will be underway. Read full blog
Onwards and upwards
As we dig deeper into the clay-court season, I’ve recognised that playing on clay requires a bit more adaption and time to adjust. Read full blog
“Here’s looking at you kid”
Tennis must surely involve one of the more challenging travel schedules of any professional sport. As I found out during the most recent North American hard court swing of tournaments, sometimes the better your results, the worse your travel arrangements. Read full blog
Heat waves and hard-fought wins
With the Australian Open behind me, now is an important time to reflect on my results from the first Slam of the year. Read full blog
'The Happy Slam'
It’s a new year and a new beginning for the tennis season – starting with the first Grand Slam, the Australian Open. Read full blog
Private islands and preparation
The ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena in London brought down the curtain on the 2013 season. The year-ending event is very special in that it showcases the top eight male players in world tennis. Read full blog
New York, New York
Each Grand Slam possesses its own unique attributes. While I'm sure everyone has different reasons, what makes the US Open special to me is the energy that surrounds the tournament Read full blog
Curtain falls on ‘crazy’ Wimbledon
Order was restored at Wimbledon when the top two men in world tennis, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, made it through to the final. The 13 days prior, saw one of the crazier Wimbledon championships unfold. Read full blog
Weird and wonderful Wimbledon
What is it with these playing surfaces in England? First the England cricket team astoundingly had to put up with a track that resembled a surface from Mumbai in the final of the Champions Trophy and now the All England Club shoots themselves in the foot with their grass courts. Read full blog
Ever the gentlemen
For Rafael Nadal dignity in defeat is a deeply held belief and, along with his arch rivals, the Spaniard has put the gentleman back into the gentlemen's singles at Wimbledon. Read full blog
The Wonder of Wimbledon
There is an iconic area at Wimbledon between the players' locker room and restaurant simply referred to as "The Players' Garden." This upstairs area is frequented by us players and our company. We sit outside, relax and catch up on news while feeling the buzzing atmosphere from spectators on the walkways below. Read full blog
A fine balancing act
One of the biggest challenges tennis players face is staying healthy. Read full blog
An English summer
The modern grass courts play very differently from the ones some 20 years ago. These days, the surfaces are not as fast and the bounce of the ball is both higher and more predictable. Read full blog
Positives from Paris
As our train traverses the English Channel from continental Europe to the UK, it signals the beginning of the grass court season. At the same time, it means that my clay court season and Roland Garros adventure has come to an end. Read full blog
The waiting game
The game of tennis is different to most sports in the sense that there often isn’t a defined starting time for matches. Read full blog

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Kevin Anderson
Challenging the system
Tennis can be a tough sport. There are days when you win matches that you shouldn’t. There are also...