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Saturday’s showpiece finale: Venus and Serena- The Ageless Williamses

It was hard to keep our eyes off Venus Williams as she began her swan dance after completing a comeback win against Coco, so delighted she was, as if she had never experienced this feeling before. But the moment...

Twitter Reacts To Federer’s Exhilarating Win

And he has done it! Roger Federer returns to the finals of the first Grand Slam of the year after seven years. He ousted his fellow countryman Stan Wawrinka in four sets 7-5 6-3 1-6 4-6 6-3. Wawrinka, who called for a...

Twitter Erupts As Venus Makes It To AO Finals

And she has done it! Venus Williams is back in the Australian Open final after 14 years since she lost the title to her sister Serena down under. The 36-year-old fought back after being down first set to beat...

Maria Sharapova will make a comeback at the Stuttgart Open

Five-time grand slam champion Maria Sharapova will return to the tour following a 15-month doping ban at the Stuttgart Grand Prix in April. She  was originally banned for two years after testing positive for meldonium at last year's Australian Open, but her...

Twitter Reacts As Nadal Destroys Raonic

Rafael Nadal was at his grittiest best as he thrashed the hopes of Raonic in 3 sets to bag a place in the semi-final of the opening Grand Slam. Nadal was at his potential best as his serves were...

Australian Open 2016-17: Greatest Upsets

Australian Open began on a despairing note on Day 1, with many of the top tennis stars’ names coming up in a fixing row. However it didn’t let the spirit of the players down and some of the newcomers...

Twitter reacts to Federer’s thrilling win

The blockbuster Sunday clash lived up to it's billing as Roger Federer had to go all the way to defeat the fifth seed Kei Nishikori. After going down 1-5 in the first set, Federer got in his groove and...
Twitter Reacts: Zverev defeats Murray In Round 4 - essentiallysports.com

Twitter Reacts: Zverev defeats Murray In Round 4

  Zverev defeats Murray.World No. 1 Andy Murray's hopes of winning his first Australian Open title ended in round four after a shocking defeat at the hands of World No. 50, Mischa Zverev of Germany. Murray dropped serve eight times...