Category: Focus

Four Things To Look Out For At The Monte Carlo Masters

Adam Addicott- 15/04/2018

From Rafael Nadal’s return to the threat of the Next Generation contingent, the stakes are high in this year’s tournament.

A Look At Miami Open’s ‘Hard Rock’ Future

Vanni Gibertini- 07/04/2018

MIAMI - Key Biscayne and the Crandon Park Tennis Center are now history for the tennis pro circuit. Let's have a look at the new ...

Kyle Edmund Aims To Get Back On Track On The Clay

Adam Addicott- 05/04/2018

The 23-year-old is seeking his first win on the tour since his run at the Australian Open.

Alexander Zverev To Lock Horns With Isner – Five Facts About The Miami Open Final

Adam Addicott- 01/04/2018

Besides prize money of over $1 million, here is what is at stake for Zverev and Isner in Miami.

Johanna Konta Focuses On The Positives Despite Looming Exit From The World’s Top 20

Adam Addicott- 27/03/2018

British No.1 Johanna Konta has played down the significance of her lacklustre start to the season as she is set to drop to her lowest ...

[AUDIO] Federer’s Paradoxal Fragility In Tiebreakers Rises Again

Ubaldo Scanagatta- 25/03/2018

Hall of Famer Steve Flink with Ubaldo Scanagatta's podcast: this time he didn't have match points, but the Swiss phenomenon loses another match he shouldn't ...

An Indian Wells Grounds Pass From A Fans Perspective

Matthew Marolf- 12/03/2018

In a special report for Ubitennis, Matt Marolf writes about what is like to attend one of the biggest tennis tournaments outside of the grand ...

Novak Djokovic Faces Tricky Draw As Federer Bids To Keep His No.1 Spot In Indian Wells

Adam Addicott- 07/03/2018

Novak Djokovic ( Five-time Indian Wells champion Novak Djokovic has been handed a tough draw ahead of his return to the tour. The former world ...

Kyle Edmund Ends Murray’s 12-Year Reign As British No.1, Locks Deal With British Airways

Adam Addicott- 05/03/2018

Kyle Edmund ( Three-time grand slam champion Andy Murray has lost his position as British No.1 to rising star Kyle Edmund after his points from ...

Lines Judges Face An Uncertain Future As Technology Aims To Takeover

Adam Addicott- 02/03/2018

The Wimbledon Championships is a tournament that prides itself on tradition. Ironically, it is during this year’s tournament where a motion to potentially replace lines ...

Serena Williams Opens Up About Near-Death Experience

Adam Addicott- 20/02/2018

Serena Williams ( 23-time grand slam champion Serena Williams has revealed that she ‘almost died’ shortly after giving birth to her first child in September. ...

The Four Records At Stake For Roger Federer In Rotterdam

Adam Addicott- 16/02/2018

Friday could see Roger Federer once again rewrite history in men’s tennis when he takes on Robin Haase in the quarter-finals of the Rotterdam Open. ...

James Ward Makes A Winning Return After Six-Month Injury Absence

Adam Addicott- 13/02/2018

James Ward ( Great Britain’s James Ward has returned to winning ways after playing his first competitive match since August. The former world No.89 has ...

LTA ‘Not Satisfied’ With Gender Pay Gap In British Tennis

Adam Addicott- 07/02/2018

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has pledged to do more to tackle equal pay in their organisation after an investigation found a considerable gap between ...

Australian Open Day 14 Preview: The Men’s Final

Matthew Marolf- 27/01/2018

In his 30th major final, Roger Federer is seeking his 20th major title. Just 15 years ago, these were unfathomable numbers. There was speculation at ...

Australian Open Day 13 Preview: The Women’s Final

Matthew Marolf- 26/01/2018

It’s the number one player in the world against the number two player in the world. In an era of instability atop the women’s game, ...

Australian Open Day 11 Preview: The Semifinals Begin

Matthew Marolf- 24/01/2018

We had some shocking results in Tuesday’s quarterfinals. Many of us expected Rafael Nadal, Grigor Dimitrov, and Elina Svitolina to be on today’s schedule, but ...

Australian Open Day 10 Preview: The Quarter-finals Conclude

Adam Addicott- 23/01/2018

Wednesday in Melbourne, we’ll see four extremely appealing quarter-final match-ups. We have everything from a world number one, to a player who had never won ...

Australian Open Day 9 Preview: The Quarter-Finals Begin

Matthew Marolf- 22/01/2018

We’re down to eight players remaining in both the men’s and women’s draws. In the men’s top half, which plays on Tuesday, are we headed ...

Australian Open Day 8 Preview: Four Must-See Matches

Matthew Marolf- 21/01/2018

As the second week of play begins in Melbourne, the matchups become even more appetizing. The majority of the big names remaining in the women’s ...