THE TENNIS REVIEW Men's tennis reviewed

Lessons from Melbourne 0

Lessons from Melbourne

With the dust well and truly settled on Novak and Vika’s trophies, the tennis review looks back on the five lessons learned from the Australian Open 2013. 1. Everyone loves a one-handed backhand. No...

Federer beats Tomic and the hype 0

Federer beats Tomic and the hype

For the briefest of moments, it seemed like like the outrageous promise might be kept. Breaking Federer’s serve at 1-1 in the tiebreak with another pace laden forehand to draw an error, the young...

Kuznetsova kills off Caro in Melbourne 0

Kuznetsova kills off Caro in Melbourne

Svetlana Kuznetsova, coming off a six month injury-induced break, faced Caroline Wozniacki, now ranked ten and defending quarterfinal points in Melbourne, in the last sixteen of the Australian Open. The Russian was playing to...

Ferrer fights off Amalgro in five 0

Ferrer fights off Amalgro in five

Serving for your first Major semi-final is hard enough. But serving out against David Ferrer, a man against whom you need to hit three winners to make one, makes it even harder. Nothing but...

Welcome to The Tennis Review! 0

Welcome to The Tennis Review!

Hello tennis lovers! Welcome to the tennis review. This blog is all about tennis and writing about tennis. We feature tennis match reviews and any other tennis writings that we think should be read....